One of my greatest thrills when travelling at home or abroad is watching our non-human friends navigate themselves through our human world. Sometimes successfully. Other times, not so much. The one thing I know is that they, like us, have emotions and intelligence. Most of all, they have beauty.
A family of Rhesus Macaques monkeys in Varanasi, India. A sick mother is protecting the baby.
Elephant walking in Delhi.
A Grey Angur with piercing eyes.
Rajasthan, India's largest state, comprises 132,139 sq miles of the Thar Desert. Thus the camels. They're a mode of transportation, especially for long distances when water won't be readily available.