Mulshi Dam is located on Mula river en route to Lavasa, this served as a good pit stop before driving up hill. Luckily I was allowed to go close to the dam. It was a beauty to stand there feel the misty water hitting my face on a warm sunny arternoon.
PS: There was a security just opposite the road monitoring people who visited the dam. I was asked not to go very close to the dam as there was no official who could swim if an accident occurred.
A lady with a bhurka so perfectly walked into my frame at Mulshi Dam
Dancing Fountains in front od Burj Khalifa in Dubai. The water fountain dances to beautiful arabic music and last for about 5 mins.
Beaches and Sunrise never fail to excite me. I love the feeling of standing on shore and let my feet drench in the waves while slightly chilled and humid breeze hit my face.
With much joy I hopped of the bed early morning to hit the beach and see the sunrise in Dubai but I was disappointed to see the effect of the tall sky scraper buildings constructed next to the beach. They have eaten up all the waves leaving the still standing water on the shore.