Skywatch Friday - Jog Falls, India

When Jog falls comes roaring down the hills in Western Ghats in monsoon, you can not see the sky.

The area will be mist filled and you will see an array of beautiful rainbows. You can see the glory of the falls when the mist clears. This is only during the monsoon months of July and August.

On other months, it is trickle down the huge rocky precipice. With blue sky in the background it is still beautiful as water tumble down.

Jog Falls is second highest water fall in Asia after Nokhakali falls in Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya, India.

Jog Falls - Picture taken in March 
Jog falls in monsoon - where is the sky!!
When the mist clears.........the falls at its glorious best

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Friday, 8 March 2013

Skywatch Friday - Jog Falls, India

When Jog falls comes roaring down the hills in Western Ghats in monsoon, you can not see the sky.

The area will be mist filled and you will see an array of beautiful rainbows. You can see the glory of the falls when the mist clears. This is only during the monsoon months of July and August.

On other months, it is trickle down the huge rocky precipice. With blue sky in the background it is still beautiful as water tumble down.

Jog Falls is second highest water fall in Asia after Nokhakali falls in Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya, India.

Jog Falls - Picture taken in March 
Jog falls in monsoon - where is the sky!!
When the mist clears.........the falls at its glorious best

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11 Comments:

At 3/08/2013 , Anonymous lessandra said...

That's amazing! Such awesome power during the monsoon down to just a trickle...

 
At 3/08/2013 , Blogger Poorna and Brinda said...

There is a dam built upstream to generate electricity. During non monsoon months water left from the dam tumble down as trickle!

 
At 3/08/2013 , Anonymous Liz said...

Wonderful shots! Happy sky watching.

My sky.

 
At 3/08/2013 , Blogger Jane said...

Gorgeous and so powerful!!

 
At 3/08/2013 , Anonymous Mary said...

Really great pictures! Thanks for sharing!

 
At 3/09/2013 , Anonymous Indian Nature said...

Genuine, Gog Falls is second highest water fall in Asia.
Amazing Natural pictures . Thanks for sharing.

 
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At 3/11/2013 , Blogger Vasco Da GirDhar said...

Ah thrilled to see Jog Falls falling with such power.
I had visited it once but it was before Monsoon and it was the same scene like your first picture.

 
At 3/11/2013 , Blogger R Niranjan Das said...

Awesome! Am yet to see Jog in its ferocious form.

www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.in

 
At 3/16/2013 , Anonymous Customized Tour Packages said...

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At 3/16/2013 , Blogger Meghana Hassan said...

Awesome....

 

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