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Celebrating Independence Day -15th Aug at 4500Mts at the shores of Pangong Tso. This pic was taken when we started back to Leh on 15th morning after spending the nite in camps at Pangong Tso. A group of Bikers, who must touring Leh were at the shores of Lake and trying to hoist the flag. Let the spirit be there, let us hope for better India. Cheers :)
You can see a panorama pic of the leh at my other blog. Please click here "Pangong Tso"
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Photo taken while coming down from Thiksey Monastery in Leh. One person totally at peace with himself (sleeping) and another seemed to be facing the biggest worry of his life at the same place, same bench, next to each other. What an irony of life !!!!
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On the last weekend trip to Lansdowne, I took this Panorama photo from Tip-N-Top point. You can see the Western Himalayas in the pic in the background. I took this photo without using tripod. The earlier one (Munnar) was taken using a tripod. The key to any panorama pic is to take shots with 30% of common area between two consecutive shots. You should not move the camera up and down for hoz. panorama, only sideways. Thats why a tripod is necessary. On this trip I totally forgot to bring the tripod:(
I placed the camera on the railing and moved the digicam sideways to capture 5 pics and joined them to create this photograph. Fortunately, the pics came out good enough to create a panorama. To see a bigger version click here.
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