Travel Photo Challenge is a fun activity wherein I shall post one travel photograph of mine, for 10 days, without any captions or explanations therein. Of course, if one is interested to know more, I shall try to give a brief about the same in the comments (upon request), and I shall post a detailed blog post on those at a later point in time.
I am so happy to announce that Ms. Alisen has kindly agreed to participate in this challenge. She has one of the most intriguing blogs I have ever seen so far. Her blog is filled with adventures, explorations, trekking and of course, geology and ice. We have had great many enriching conversations and I would be happy to continue that. Please visit her blog (http://alisendopf.com) to find out more about her amazing blog.
Today marks the last day of this challenge. I am thankful to all those who patiently went through each of the posts under this challenge and took their time to interact with me via their comments. Conversations like these make such challenges interesting. I look forward to interactions and feedbacks in each and every post of mine. And I always say, feedback is always more than welcome to me.
Without further ado, here is the photo of the day as a part of this ongoing challenge. Hope you find it good.
This monument needs no introduction. Nor does this city. And definitely, nor this Country. There will always be a special place in my heart for this Country, its people, beauty, food, weather (Icy Cold), music, culture, history, geography (Fjords, Aurora Borealis, Arctic Tundra, Icy Oceans etc.) and the list will go on. The final post of this challenge is dedicated to the Country where these “Towers of Candy” are located – РОССИЯ (RUSSIA)
© Abirbhav Mukherjee. All the pictures / videos posted in this article are my own unless otherwise mentioned.