Enroute on the Hoysala Trail

The journey down the Hoysala trail has some interesting vignettes and its not always temples and sculptures that make pretty images..I saw several groups of nomads moving with their bag and baggages, their people and pets..and this little group with a pampered pup caught my attention ..

The pup turned its face the moment it saw the camera..but finally I managed to get a couple of shots as the car whizzed past..they may not be great compositions, but beautiful moments ..I wonder where their journey takes them ..


  1. Alok 10 February, 2008 at 00:30 Reply

    Cool pics again !! The best example I can find – Life is a compilation of endless journeys and we all witness it, the moment we see such things around us.

    The interesting thing we can discover is that these journeys failed to tire us πŸ™‚

  2. backpakker 11 February, 2008 at 23:52 Reply

    Priyank – Such a long journey ..looks like the pup has been tagged as well..what about the asses ?

    Miss L – Musicians of Bremen ..umm …looks like you are lost in fairy land ..

    Stephanie – True ..but its an irony as GG pointed out ..they call it a dog’s life

    Reeta -Thanks..I always wonder where the journey of life takes us..

    Mark – I guess so..thats why there are so many of them..there must be a leader to the pack though

    Prashanth – Thank you and welcome to backpakker..your blog is amazing too..

    Smita – I wish I was posting as I was travelling..Im back now ..couldnt post fm there as I did not get internet connection ..I dont decide where to go..it just happenned.. meant to go to a coffee plantation, but ended up going on the hoysala trail amongst others

    Celine -Thats why I took the picture..found it quite cute and funny too

    Standbymind – πŸ™‚ thanks

    Purnima – Very true..you dont know what you see next

    SK -Thank you..I think the subjects were interesting ..I just wanted to get them on camera..no time to plan a shot

    Kalyan -wow ! thanks.. im feeling really good now .thanks again

    alok -thats a great observation ..and I think it never tires us as we see something different each time ..thanks


  3. Aaarti 12 February, 2008 at 23:38 Reply

    Aww,that pup is adorable..wish i was there, would have probably brot him home…:)

    Nice shots… cute family moving around like that…wonder whats on wit their lives….

    Now, i realllly wish i was in blore wit u n muralippa n all..sigh….:D

  4. backpakker 16 February, 2008 at 15:55 Reply

    aaarti – why dont you make a trip ?

    shantanu – thanks..its fascinating because i feel they were seats of ancient history and culture and somewhere lost to us..

    cg – welcome to backpakker and thanks for being a part of the trail..am glad you are enjoying it

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