From the category archives:

Sunset

Tweet There is something magical about sunsets and sunrises. The point was driven home when I went to the Monsoon Palace at sunset at Udaipur. I say sunsets first because I watch them more. A lot of sunrises I just sleep through. Have you noticed that many people seem to be oblivious to the beauty [...]

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Tweet When I set my eyes at the Great Rann of Kutch for the first time it felt like a mirage, shimmering and floating out there. I hardly have words to describe it, so I am just doing a photo feature. There was a 2 km long walking path that led to the heart of the [...]

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Tweet Mandvi was on my radar on this visit to Kutch because I wanted to go near the sea. The Vijay Vilas Palace (post pending) was a bonus for me. I just spent one night there but then most of my vacations are like that, so I am not going to complain. I just made [...]

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Tweet What do you do when you run out of pictures for sky watch? I tried to play in the backyard. I tried with the sun burst first. I was getting OK pictures but nothing that I wanted to post. If you want to click the sun burst make sure to get the sun peeping [...]

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Tweet For this Sky Watch I bring forth a few new things. I learned how to create the sun flares at will. In the past I would mange them accidentally but not anymore thank to a Digital Photography School article on sun flares! However, there is one common thread, and that is Pune Skies. The [...]

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Mountains or Sea?

by Mridula on November 29, 2013

in Canon D550,India,Photography,Sky Watch,Sunset

Tweet For a long time I thought I liked both the mountains and sea equally. Then came an opportunity when I could have gone to either and I picked up the mountains. After the Everest Base Camp Trek there was no doubt, I am much more of a mountain person than sea. This not the [...]

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