A friend and I spent two days in Rishikesh. Most people go to Rishikesh either for rafting or to visit the several temples in that city. It is also the launch point for treks into the Himalayas. I went for photography. I had done my trekking last year. Rishikesh does not have a railway station. I took the train up till Haridwar. I took the following photographs out of the window of the taxi. I was playing tourist. I would look out of the window and quickly snap the scene as long as it looked interesting. I was using the vOICe as usual. Interesting for me was any scene with a lot of shapes and plenty of light. I did not have time for analysis. I would glance out the window, bring my iPhone 5 to eye level and click. In some cases, I did take photographs at different angles. I did so in 2 cases. In the first case, if a scene was interesting I wanted to capture it at different aspects. If a scene was boring, that is, very few shapes, then I wanted to highlight a new dimension of that scene.
We stayed at a resort called the Glass House. It is a property with beautiful views. The trouble is that a lot of people come there and it is hard to get away from them as you will see in the photographs related to the Glass House.
I took the images showing rivers and boulders at the Glass House.
Thanks to Describe! a service run by Chris Nestrud for image descriptions.