In September 2017, a climb up to the sacred Manimahesh Lake which stands at 4080m took me to the base of the majestic Manimahesh Peak which towers further up at 5653m. The experience of that hike can be read here but in this post, I’m documenting some of the picture which show two different perspectives (zoom out and zoom in) of this place which is so grand in scale.
First up, some pictures of the peak and the scenery around:
And then, we move to the other side, zoom in. It’s like how they tell us about the universe. You can zoom out, zoom out, zoom out and observe the universe with its stars, planets and the galaxies or you zoom in, zoom in, zoom in, and you go and see the atoms, the nucleus, the tiniest of particles that make up everything. At such high altitudes, we’re mostly taken by the scale of things and observe that but since I had some time at the peak this time around, the awe of magnitude settled down a little and I could zoom into the smaller things up there. Here are some pictures when our old Sony Cyber Shot zoomed into flowers and little beautiful things…
The wonders of nature!