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When? : 18th March.

Total distance : 130 Kilometers

Route : Route MAP 

Destination : Uppuguda

 

Hyderabad ORR

  • Beautiful 8-lane outer ring road.
  • 160 kilometers.
  • No entry  for 2,3 wheelers.
  • No traffic signals or speed breakers.

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Open road is my meditation.
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We tried our luck with rolling shots
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Black Mamba?

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We stopped, discussed and decided to head towards Hanuman temple, which has a beautiful view of the ORR 

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Long shot of our rides

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Respect those trucks, who leave their families to fulfil our needs.

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Exit road itself looks like a 4-lane track.

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We took the service road from Nagarjuna sagar exit to Hanuman temple.

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From the service road, we diverted on to the Ghat section, which leads to the temple entrance.

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View en-route to the temple.

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Beautiful Hyderabad Outer ring road (ORR)

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On reaching the dead-end, we had parked our vehicles and explore the rest of the place on foot.

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During summers, early mornings are the best time to visit.

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On one side it has the ORR and on the other side it has barren lands surrounded by hills.

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We spent around 20 minutes and drove back due to the summer heat.

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Tattooed - Roadtrippin'

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After the temple exploration, we went took the underpass tunnels of the ORR for a photo shoot.

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Japanese twins

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When car enthusiasts meet!

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We click pictures!

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And we feel its OKAY to live a life that others don't understand.

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Parting shot.

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Wow!!! Amazing photoshoot!! Especially parting shot pic is really cool!!!

How much mileage did both the cars give?

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Wow.. That's a super cool twin ride.. Both the civics look great. Good work @gowtham and @Saran . Would have been even better if you guys had captured the early morning sunrise.. We shall do it the next time :)

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Wow.. That's a super cool twin ride.. Both the civics look great. Good work [mention=1]gowtham[/mention] and [mention=488]Saran[/mention] . Would have been even better if you guys had captured the early morning sunrise.. We shall do it the next time


Even we thought of early mrng aftr meeting.. hehe

Sure@Sagar we will do it again soon.

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16 hours ago, Saran said:

Lot more to come!...

Waiting for more :P
 

13 hours ago, sagar said:

We shall do it the next time

Yeah,We should do it more often.

 

13 hours ago, sagar said:

early morning sunrise

In summers early is the best time, We planned to meet in morning, but woke up late.

We shall plan something like this in the coming weekends.

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Good view points and great pictures.
Will go to this temple on the coming weekend.

Route is easy right?
I will follow the gmaps.


Route is very easy

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seems like you guys had some real fun by photo shooting the civic brothers..

You guys chose the right place for shoot.. pictures came out very beautiful..

Do you guys own similar variant or different?

I liked Matt black very much but maroon looks classy though..

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seems like you guys had some real fun by photo shooting the civic brothers..
You guys chose the right place for shoot.. pictures came out very beautiful..
Do you guys own similar variant or different?
I liked Matt black very much but maroon looks classy though..
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Thanks bro..

Both are same Variant! But year is different.. its not Matt black. (Its actually Mercedes-Benz's sparkling black.)
Black one is 2007 model. Maroon is a facelift model.

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Superb pictures @gowtham and @Saran I think sunset would be the right time to visit this place to get a beautiful view of the ORR. It looks quite unexplored. Will definitely go there this weekend. Thanks for sharing the info :)

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Lovely pictures guys, Thought of joining you guys that day but it turned out to be a miss in the last moment.

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Lovely pictures guys, Thought of joining you guys that day but it turned out to be a miss in the last moment.

Np bro... we can definitely have another one soon!

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4 hours ago, bpt said:

Thought of joining you guys that day but it turned out to be a miss in the last moment.

Next time, we will plan a week ahead.
It was a quick meet, not a planned one.

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