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For those Safaritalkers who have been to India, a topic in which to upload your landscape photographs. Please include when and where taken and relevant tech details.

 

Thanks, Matt.

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madaboutcheetah

Oh! I wish I had seen this thread yesterday ........ would have taken my wide angle out into the country side (if you can call it that) ..........

 

I guess even a pic of the street outside of my office building from the window will work??? ;)

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Tom Kellie

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I like your Pangot image of receding ridges culminating in a snow-capped range.

Is such a view possible at a hill station? Apparently where you were in Uttarakhand it was.

The sense of scale is emphasized by the fading clarity of the more distant hills.

Very nice!

Tom K.

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Ah well, I am from India itself and I love traveling to the mountains. Dont know but the hills give me so much of inner peace!!

This pic was taken in July 2011. The place is between Gala and Budhi. The state is Uttrakhand and the district is Pithoragarh. River Kali flows alongside and forms the natural boundary between India and Nepal (western border). This is only a trek route and the last road head is Dharchula. This trek route further leads to Tibet.

Infact this pic was clicked when I trekked to the Tibet border and further ahead into Tibet

 

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