The second-last stage of the trail reaching the top of Tikona fort is the most dangerous one. The climb is so steep that even having steps there, one has to use hands too for climbing. The other parts of the trail do not have such clear steps, but still are far easier. Imagine if there were no steps here!
See the following photo. It creates quite an illusion of the call of death. The feeling was as if it is sucking up everything downwards. The photo has a directional illusion. Do you feel it? The photo was taken extending the camera on a tripod to get the top view of the falling steps. Do you see the shadow of the tripod?
The following photo was taken sitting beside the steps on a small rock. It's quite dangerous at this place too!
And this one, oh dear this one, I just love this tree and the whole set-up nature has taken over. I had photographed this in the past also, in the winter of 2006; see my post named Splat Tree at Tikona [तिकोणा]. This place is just amazing or ghostly or horrifying. What do you think?