Longroot Livingroot Bridge

Longroot Livingroot bridge, near Nongthymmai Village, Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
We start early to reach this location its in heavy rain. Trekking down 2000 ft, 4000 stiff steps in rain was quite a challenge and making shots in such condition was very difficult task. But when you visit this place you will find you are so connected to nature, every piece in this magical place are made and nourish by Mother Earth. This Longroot Living Root Bridge is 30 Meter long near the village of Nongthymmai are around two hundred years old.

Behind the Lens
This particular shot was a easy shot to take due to heavy overcast skies. I used a circular polarizer to bring out the colors in the scene & cut down the glare on the wet leaves.To view full EXIF data please follow the download link.


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Keywords:  green, leaves, cherrapunji, meghalaya, sohra, wettest place on earth, livingroot bridge, bridge, east khasi hills, tropical forest


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Hi, I’m Avijit Bose from Kolkata -West Bengal India…. Thanks for stopping by my photo portfolio here. Who am I? A regular guy who really likes photography. I’m self taught and really enjoy seeing the work of other talented shooters. I am also a business man, a photo tour host. My photo passions include macro, landscape, nature and travel. Being able to create realities through photography brings me great joy and satisfaction.