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Rama Lake, Gilgit Baltistan. Pakistan

Rama Lake, Gilgit Baltistan. Pakistan

IMG_9578Rama Valley:

Few places which I wish to visit again and again; Rama Valley in Astore District of Gilgit-Baltistan is one of those. At 3300 meters this valley is blessed with one of the most beautifully preserved, natural forest of Pine, Fir, Spruce and Birch. Freshwater mountain springs gushing through the vast lush green meadows, dazzling flower beds and immense birdlife makes this place a heaven. The perfume of wild flowers, a typical refreshing scent of pine forest, deep blue sky with soothing daylight and cool breeze made me to forget every little worry of this world and sing with the song of nature.

I can feel the whistles of wind passing through the deep shady forest. It’s not just beautiful rather a feeling for which I can use this word to start with.IMG_0107

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During my brief stay at Rama Lake, I witnessed so much natural beauty that there is hardly any other place in Pakistan that matches the diversity of this place.

This is a place where you can enjoy your morning coffee with chirpy Yellow-Wagtails and enjoy the song of nature. Every bush unfolds its exuberant colours and every flower opens its petals, welcoming the eyes to see and nectar feeders to enjoy the sweet juices in the bright daylight.
The deep red, maroon, yellow and orange colours of the wild bushes and plants creating extreme contrast against snow peaked mountains and rich blue sky when combines with the musical sound of flowing water create a spell binding atmosphere.

Fainting sounds of cattle bells echoing with the melodious songs of shepherds transform the whole scene into a majestic plot of some love story.

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