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Dharamshala is like a regular hilly town. Crowded with tourists over weekends, streets bustling with daily life of shopkeepers and humans swarming the tourist spots.
On the contrary, when you move a little away into countryside, you'll discover the quiter parts of Dharamshala. The peace, the lush green valleys, little villages floating in those valleys, clear skies against those pine covered mountains.
The picture is from one of such places I discovered during my first ever visit to Dharamshala that made me fall in love with it.
The prayer flags waving near the huge prayer wheel at Nako, Kinnaur.
This spot has the most amazing view of all the nearby villages and mountains, even Nako itself. It is indeed the best vantage point.
Not even exaggerating, that prayer wheel is huge.
Reminiscing memories with slow motion videos is the best way to do it.