[12/1/2017, 4:58 PM] The Trail Himalaya: Nag Tibba Trek near Mussoorie starts from Pantwari Village which is just 4 hours drive from Dehradun, Nag Tibba is the perfect weekend trek which takes to an altitude of 3022 meters
Short Travel Time: It takes just 3 to 4 hours to reach base of Nag Tibba Trek from Dehradun which in comparison to any other trek in Uttarakhand is very less.
Snow Snow Snow: Nag Tibba in winters is covered under heavy snow, so if you want to enjoy snow trekking then trek to Nag Tibba this winter trekking season.
Stunning views of Greater Himalayas: From Nag Tibba one have uninterrupted views of himalayan peaks like Bandarpoonch, Gangotri group of peaks and Kedarnath peak to name a few.
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[12/9/2017, 4:15 PM] Prakash Rana: Sitting in the lap of nature at Valley of Flowers,Uttarakhand,India.
That one photo in that one spot that everyone wants. It was really pretty, but I liked walking through all the forest paths and along the river afterward even more! This trip to Japan we did a pretty standard route (and I don’t regret it), but next time we go we’ll definitely branch out into places that are further away and less known, at least by foreigners!
Stars over my City
Dark skies are considered the best places to see & photograph the stars and the galaxies but with the ever increasing size of cities and the associated light pollution it's almost more than difficult to even see a decent bunch of stars let alone photograph them.
The picture is from a locality in Shillong, a city that was famous for it's rolling green hills, pine trees and the quaint Assam type cottages ( like the ones found in rural England & Scotland). However with modernization this city too has changed characters overnight, from a sleepy town where the best light source was the 60w Phillips bulb it now boasts of light pollution ( and other pollution too) like no other hill station in the country. That is probably the price of modernity and accessible amenities.
I still vividly remember seeing skies lit up with stars during our childhood, but now even the glimpse of them on new moon is a task in itself. I remember how my father would tell me about the different constellations right from within our terrace but now I probably have to take my 3 year old out at least 30 kms to pass on the knowledge. Like I said, the price of modernity.
Took this photograph during yesterday's new moon. The north star was just visible so waited till about 1 AM till most lights were switched off just to try and get a decent frame. It's just a show on how we need to preserve our remaining dark skies else one day the only stars we can show our future generations would be "Star Wars"( every pun intended). 63 shots, f-4, ISO-200, 30 secs each at 10mm (16mm FF equivalent)
PP- Lightroom, Starstax and Luminair 2018
When the Almighty presents landscapes as stunning as this one, there ain't much left for an edit. Nature offers us raw, picture perfect sceneries every day. We are just busy creating those elsewhere.
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Usually people only interested in the main part of the attraction, which brings them to kinda missed another good spot to see and hang out at. Like this soothing #Autumn view just around the complex of the main attraction #AkershusFortress in #Oslo#Norway . This place is surrounded with a really good atmosphere to chill. Even the fallen leaves looks kinda sorted and patterned. 🍂 More from this fortress on our blog. Anyone been to Akershus Fortress? #WDJV