Bronchocela cristatella, also known as the green crested lizard, is a species of agamid lizard endemic to Southeast Asia.
B. cristatella is found in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, South Thailand, south Myanmar, and India.
This species is a bright green lizard, sometimes possessing a blue tint on the head. It is able to change colour, turning darker brown when threatened. There is a dark ring around each eye, and a dark spot at the back of the head. The males have a crest on the neck. It has a very long and thin tail (75% of total length). The body length is of 13 cm (5.1 in), and the total length (body + tail) is of 57 cm (22 in).
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Todos venimos de un sitio diferente, estamos en constante movimiento, al igual que las olas que vienen y van. . . .
【Province journey-43 Sunrise of Marseille 】
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I always wake up early to see the dawn when I go abroad. My mind is utterly different from what I’m in my country. Just traveling makes me higher spirits, always! .
I could luckily see it from a room I stayed. The scenery made by nature was so stunning and any projection mapping doesn’t match to it.
I quote the sentence from famous Japanese classical literature ‘Makuranososhi’ written 1000years ago, “In spring time, (Though I went to Marseille in summer 😅) the best to be seen is the dawn. Gradually breaking mountainous line is lighted with purplish thin flow of clouds.”
I’m surprising that such a beautiful expressions was written as essay 1000 years ago in Japan!! Are you agree with these sentences are full of sensitivity? .
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Ellora Caves was in my bucket list for a long time and I am super thrilled to mark a check on it. These caves, precisely 34 of them date back to 6th and 8th century. What's special and unbelievable about these caves is that they were carved from top down by digging into mountains and tons of rocks...all by hand using just medieval tools like hammers and chisels. The intricate carvings, perfect pillars and statues are just remarkable and is an architectural wonder.
A few years ago, I watched a documentary on this where a renowned architect explained how it is practically impossible to replicate this in the current times, even with the help of modern machinery.
How on earth is this not in the list of wonders in the world? Beats me! Well, it is in my list of wonders for sure. I walked out of this place in awe!
Ellora Caves are located just 28kms from Aurangabad, in the state of Maharashtra in India. If you are visiting India, add this definitely to your itinerary.
Shown in the pics here is Cave 16, the most popular one. Swipe left to see more.
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Europe is loaded with mountain bangers too! Go through this set and check out the different mountain landscapes in Europe, you won't be disappointed 🤙🏼
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Swipe to see all 3! Iceland, Faroe Islands or Greenland... which is top of your bucket list?😍
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