Tag: travel photography

Why do i trek ……

Firstly some disclaimers I am not a accomplished trekker The list of treks done is not exhaustive I have no formal training in either trekking or mountaineering So the question is why does one trek, I mean why would one wish to indulge in multi day treks. Coming from the background that I am from,

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Kashmir , a paradise crisscrossed ….

Paradise on earth or the Urdu term called Jannat etc etc there are many names by which this land is called and for me it was my second occasion to step foot on this land. Though the first time was a transit halt as was the case this time also, but this halt was for

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My thoughts on the Gitzo Systematic Tripods

Tripods are the Photographer’s best friend as well as a pain to have around, ask anyone and the emotions are always coupled together. They are needed, and they justify their place when a landscape photographer is out in the field doing what he loves the most but carrying them does take a toll. Hence many

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Photography Gear while on a trek

Trekking into the mountains is an addictive passion of mine and it is an attraction  that allows me to indulge in the other passion that I have , which is photography. The location and vistas that one sees while on a trek are enthralling to say the least and very soothing but then to indulge

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The step to see all the 12 Jyotirlingas – Bheemashankar Jyotirlinga

Karpoor Gauram Karunnaavataram Sansaar Saaram Bhugendra Haaram Sadaa Vasantam Hridyaarvinde Bhavam Bhavaani Sahitam Namaami   // I bow to Lord Shiva, the omnipresent // Jyotirlingas are special shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva since ancient times. Out here Lord Shiva is worshiped in the form of a Jyotirlinga (Lingam of light). There are 12 Jyotirlingas in

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Things to see when visiting Karwar, Karnataka

The geographical division of India mentions of a narrow coastal strip on the west coast facing the Arabian Sea. It starts from the Gulf of Kutch and Gulf of Kambhat and extends right till Kanyakumari, known by different names in different regions. In the region south of Maharashtra and covering Goa it is known as

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Thoughts on RavPower 24W solar panel for the backpack traveler

One of the most critical aspects of a trek or a road trip is availability of power in order to charge various critical components like the smart phone, GPS device, power banks as well as a wide variety of batteries for sundry gadgets whose availability is critical ( Read here how to extact more from a

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My review of the Lowepro Protactic 450 AW photography backpack for the urban photographer

Since the last four years I developed an interest in photography and thus began the journey into the fascinating world of visuals and their related gear. I am not a professional photographer rather am an amateur focused photographer who enjoys taking loads of photos. During these years, I have built up my gear and hence

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A strand of Tibet in Karnataka – Mundgod

There is a small town in Uttara Kannada, lying in the midst of the Western Ghats which has gained prominence amongst Indian travelers of late however from a alternate perspective it is of great importance. The town of Mundgod on the Hubli -Sirsi route ( NH 52 ) would not have gained recognition nationally if 

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A little talk about lenses and their strong points

It was the end of 2013 that I first ventured into the realm of DSLRs with the purchase of the Canon 70D. Why Canon?? Why not Nikon or Sony?? Well honestly, my awareness was more with regard to the name Canon compared to Nikon, hence I opted for Canon and it was largely good fortune

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