Dried out trees along the Lonar crater lake shore in Buldhana district, Maharashtra, India. The crater was formed by a meteor impact during the Pleistocene Epoch and is the only known hyper velocity impact crater in basaltic rock anywhere on Earth.
Bird species visit the lake regularly. Some are migratory, some are resident.
This picture gives one an idea of the scale of the crater. That is a local sitting on the rim on the left of the picture taking in the quiet evening air. Taken from Tower 3 at sunset (and just before the guard came along asking people to leave)
The descent and climb are easy enough if you go with a guide. There are steeper routes for the more adventurous.
A troupe occupies Tower 3 in the late morning sun. They tolerate people's presence rather well, and vice versa.