My most memorable Images of year 2018 (Blog 2 of 2)

My most memorable Images of year 2018 (Blog 2 of 2) I distinctly remember the opening scene of the recently released movie Kedarnath. The scene was of river Mandakini, flowing through the valley of Kedarnath, with temple bells ringing ever so softly in the distance. That scene was less than 15 seconds long, and I […]

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My Year 2017-Five Stories

“My Year 2017 in five Stories” It’s January 2018 and as I sun bathe on this cold winter day, i am reminded of my various experiences (both warm and cold) of the year 2017. I did not travel as much as I would have liked to the previous year. But travel I did, and these […]

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Bird list- Trijuginarayan

TrijugiNarayan- Bird Checklist (Dec 2017)

Below is the checklist of the birds, i was able to see/hear in the 2 days that i stayed in Trijuginarayan. Himalayan Bulbul Black Bulbul Red-vented Bulbul Blue Whistling thrush Himalayan Bluetail Common Sparrow Russet Sparrow Slaty-headed Parakeets Kalij Pheasants Golden Bush Robin Streaked Laughingthrush Variegated Laughingthrush Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush Common Myna Jungle Crow Red-billed Blue […]

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Chaukhamba- Pristine and divine

Today’s article is about the stunningly majestic and divine Chaukhamba Article 33 of “Story of the Day” Series. No matter how much-soever we imbalance our environment by consistently doing things which we are not supposed to do, nature has a way of bouncing back. Most of these are, unfortunately devastating to us humans. Yet we […]

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Shooting Himalayan Tahrs

Today’s story describes my experiences shooting Himalayan Tahrs Article 29 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7D Mark2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Shutter speed: 1/500 Sec f-stop: f/6.3 ISO: 160 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering. Since the weather is always cloudy and grey I avoid going to high Himalayan pastures in rains. It […]

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Jim Corbett helped me here!!- Himalayan Tahrs

Today’s story describes about my experience of shooting Himalayan Tahrs Article 27 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7D Mark2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Shutter speed: 1/100 Sec f-stop: f/5.6 ISO: 2000 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   If you have read Jim Corbett books, you will know he was able to walk […]

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Aali Bugyal- How majestic can someplace get!!!!

Today’s story describes about some of our experiences in Aali Bugyal Article 26 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 100mm f/2.8 Shutter speed: 1/160 Sec f-stop: f/9 ISO: 100 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   In case you didn’t notice, that speck of Blue in the bottom left hand side […]

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Story of the day-Blog 25- Maa Nandadevi, the Divine One

Maa Nandadevi- The Divine One

Today’s story describes a shoot about Maa Nandadevi Article 25 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 L Shutter speed: 1/800 Sec f-stop: f/8 ISO: 640 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   More than vast landscapes, close of Himalayan peaks fascinate my imagination. So whenever I go to any […]

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Story of the day-Blog 24- The Golden Bugyals of Himalayas

A Golden Evening in the Bugyals

Today’s story describes about a Golden Evening in the Bugyals Article 24 of “Story of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 7DM2 Lens: Canon 10-18mm @ 10mm Shutter speed: 1/250 Sec f-stop: f/9 ISO: 640 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering. I love trekking to the remotest corners of the Himalayas (Trekking not mountaineering). I have trekked […]

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Image of the day-Blog 22- Shooting a Bearded Vulture in Himalayas of Uttarakhand

Image of the day- Bearded Vulture at Chaukori

Today’s “Image of the day” describes my experience about shooting a Bearded Vulture at Chaukori Article 22 of “Image of the Day” Series. EXIF: Camera: Canon 550D Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 L Shutter speed: 1/240 Sec f-stop: f/6.3 ISO: 200 Aperture Priority Evaluative Metering.   Remember my camera screen which I describe in Blog 19. […]

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