Travel Photography Photos tagged as gardens
Forodhani Gardens night market
Flowers blossom and beautify the whole world with colours dancing in symphony with nature ...
Orchids in bloom
Gardens of Inhotim - Brazil
Sculptures at Contemporany Art Center - Inhotim
Water mirror at Contemporany Art Center Inhotim
Detail of Narcisu's Lake - Contemporany Art Center -Inhotim
Landscape Design of Burle Marx - Inhotim
Landscape design of Burle Marx at Contemporany Art Center - Inhotim
Botanical Gardens in Srinagar, Kashmir, India ... One finds these trees lined up at both sides of the roads, stooping to form canopies as one drives ..
The ancient history of development garden has been traced to the 2nd century. However, It is here that Emperor Jahangir built his celebrated Shalimar Bagh in 1619, his dream project to please his queen Nur Jahan. Located on the shores of Dal Lake, this beautifully terraced garden Shalimar Garden in Srinagar adds to the beauty of Kashmir. It is called Shalimar Bagh, in which "Bagh" would mean "garden" in Urdu.
Shalimar Bagh, is a Mughal garden linked through a channel to the northeast of Dal Lake, on its right bank located near Srinagar city in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Bagh (garden) was built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan, in 1619. The Bagh is considered the high point of Mughal horticulture. Recent history of the Mughal types of gardens is credited to Emperor Jahangir of the Mughal Dynasty, the ancient history of the garden is traced to the 2nd century.
Golden leaf Chinar trees sown across the landscape in Jammu & Kasmir in India provide the feeling that mother nature has been wrapped up in gold ornaments.
Aru is a tourist spot in the Anantnag District of Jammu & Kashmir, India & is noted for its scenic meadows, lakes and mountains Aru a base camp for trekking to the Kolhoi Glacier and Tarsar. There are about 20 alpine lakes, peaks and meadows around the Aru Valley. In the winters, when Aru receives heavy snowfall it provides a great skiing arena. The altitude in Aru ranges from over 9842 feet to 18,000 feet (3000–5425 m) above sea level. I took this photo while driving to Pahelgam from Aru. Looking at it I think I should have had more patience.