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The slopes of the greater himalayas are populated with dense oak and rhododendron jungle - spreading from the 2000m upper reaches of human settlement to the 3000m tree line. Usually, this region is thick with wildlife and foliage, criss-crossed with village pathways that stretch for miles through the jungle. Occasionally, maidans, or meadows appear in clearings - which become popular sites for livestock grazing. This is Chopta - a maidan at 2800m and a tourist destination.

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Additional Photos by Biswaroop Mukherjee (bmukherjee) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 218 W: 72 N: 211] (1516)
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