Top Photos from July Photography Contest

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Top Photos from July Photography Contest


By Latika Payak

This time the theme of our Photo Contest is Colour Green. It's inspired by the lush hues of monsoon. It is also a colour that's predominant in our monsoon treks in Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand.

Till now, we've received more than 500 entries. And out of them, these are our favourites.

Beas Kund, Himachal Pradesh

This is Palchhani Thatch, the first campsite on the Beas Kund trek. Beas Kund is known for its extremely green campsites with backdrop of the jagged Pir Panjal range. This photo perfectly captures the setting.

Photo by Ravi Ranjan

Bhrigu Lake, Himachal Pradesh

We've spoken about the textured meadows on the Bhrigu Lake trek. But this photo captures how charming they can be, with horses grazing on the soft grass.

Photo by Raunaq Shah

Gidara Bugyal, Uttarakhand

There is a reason why Gidara Bugyal is known as the remotest and prettiest meadow. This photo perfectly showcases that reason.

Photo by Jigisha Rai

Sandakphu-Phalut Trek, West Bengal

We particularly like this one because it shows the Sandakphu-Phalut trek in a new light. In the monsoon colours of green. It's refreshing!

Photo by Jigisha Rai

Do you have photos that align with the Photo Contest Theme - Colour Green? Then here's your last chance to send them to us.

The last date to participate is July 25, 2022.

Submit Your Photos

Latika Payak

Senior Content Writer

About the author

Latika is a Senior Content Writer and one of the rare team members who has seen Indiahikes from its initial days. She was among the first few to begin creating content at Indiahikes, documenting treks around Maharasthra, interviewing trekkers and writing their stories.

Latika started trekking after joining Indiahikes and has trekked to Roopkund, Hampta Pass, Kedarkantha, Dayara Bugyal, Tarsar Marsar, and Har Ki Dun.

With a strong background in print media and have worked with several publications. Latika is always hunting for great stories hidden in the folds of the mountains. Horror stories from ancient routes and villages of the Himalayas are her favourite.

She is presently working on bringing out news from the remote trekking regions of our country.

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