Mysterious Landscapes

in travel •  2 years ago 

Elephants of Karnataka.

In March of 2012, as I wandered south of Bangalore city, I passed through the province of Karnataka and encountered these happy elephants getting a welcome shower. So much intelligence and good nature :) It reminds me to be thankful for the simpler comforts of life.

Among these is getting my steem account back!:) Apparently, I very stupidly pasted my key into a post at some point and, although I deleted it immediately it was still out there. Luckily @gtg (Gandalf) found it and protect me from my mistake!
I recommend everyone read his post here

I am very glad to be back with you all.

To my Steemit explorer friends,

I have probably taken over a million photographs of the natural world since childhood; this is a daily series of some of those I most treasure.

Where They are From

  1. Many are from an organic orchard that I created on the hill above my home. When you are raising trees from saplings you are out in all weather at all hours and see remarkable things.

  2. Some are from my art studio and my efforts there- especially those on behalf of the Tibetan people.

  3. Still others are from my wanderings in the wilderness with compass and map my companions. Many are featured from posts I have created here on Steemit and I will link to those whenever possible if you wish to read more of the how, when and where.

Please upvote if you liked this post, and follow for more journeys through our mysterious and amazing world. And please comment as I greatly value these and will answer any questions you may have (and generally go to look at your posts of course since I consider a group of friends the most valuable possible outcome from efforts on Steemit.

*This photo was taken with the Canon EOS 70D, 18-55 mm lens

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I am happy for your return .. And I comment in your post to insist you are valuable ..

Thank you so much @a-alice! :) I am glad to be back again!

Elephants are intelligent as they are powerful.

I am glad that you found a way to get your account back WOW.

Also read the post of @neoxian about not using the active key in logging in third party sites and even here at steemit but only the posting key, except of course we need to make a financial transaction.

Ah yes good. I have begun to learn about this whole key business! I am really lucky I didn't get cut out forever...

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thanksgiving is what you are worried about has become a very happy experience because something the work of our struggle waiting from you thanks

I am grateful to be back with you @zainalabidin! :)

The quality content of your post is great. Thanks for writing about our country India.

Thank you for viewing along with me @piyushkansal! :) Amazing India!

Excellent to see these beautiful photography. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks @ahlawat! :)

Wow. Happy, it felt like a new experience...

Thanks @amuchtar! :)

Your welcome. @throughmyeyes

Beautifuls elephants, keep taking more photos my friend! and plz share it here too

Thank you very much malos10! :) I will do.

beautiful photography

Thank you @prashantahlawat! :)

Wow when you write karnataka ( India ) it gives a good feel to me...and that you must have visited that cool and if you have some more pics from your visit in India series...please do upload....


Me too...I miss India! I certainly will!

Wow.. firstly. Great photo of the elephants. Secondly, wow, thats proly the worst thing that could happen, never knowing that your owner key is out there. Glad you realized and had it sorted.

Thanks! :) Yes, good thing Gandalf was on the job. What an idiot I was...

a memorable experience, my friend :)

Thank you my friend! :)