I didn’t expect there were camels in the grassland.
Woke up early in the morning and wandered into the grassland.
It rained the day before and there was no sunrise.
There were quite a few camels that have woken up and grazing on the grassland in Inner Mongolia.
Although, I didn’t expect so many of them.
They were not as tall as the ones I saw in Egypt or India.
They have double humps too.
I surmised that they were raised by people in the area and are not wild ones.
Also nearby were some horses.
Woke up early with the anticipation of seeing the sunrise.
There was no sunrise, so slipped out of the yurt for an early morning walk.
I was delighted by the flowers just outside the yurt. Not sure what those flowers were but they look photogenic.
Further along, there are also some white flowers and plant which captured my eye.
Wandering further out to the steppes, I was surprised to see a stream babbling along at this time of the year – everything looks so tranquil.
Then some camels came along. I guess we were doing the same thing – having an early morning walk.
I walked quietly towards them and took some photos.
Then came the Mongolian horses. . . . . . . . . . and more horses.
By now, the stream seem to be getting busier.
I knew I had a perfect morning and I should be on my way back to the yurt and have a hearty breakfast!