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Old 12th March 2008, 12:16   #16
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Wow !! fantastic pictures tanveer, you are fast becoming one of the best photographers around in Team-BHP. Really enjoyed the snaps, will have them in my gallery too.
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El Fantastico. Need to go back there again. Some pics of the flowing water etc are surreal. What PP?

PS: In almost exactly similar conditions in Dec 2006, I had crossed Jalori Next time, take a bike !!
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Old 12th March 2008, 12:53   #18
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Simply amazing pics Tanveer . One of the best shots I have come across. I am getting a strong feeling inside to go visit a nice place after seeing your pics. But alas, I have to do this without someone special (alteast for the next 4-5 months)
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well awesome writeup and was surprised to see that it was a ka vehicle. The flowing water pics looks awesome. Great pics dude
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Old 12th March 2008, 13:01   #20
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Tanveer ... Fantastic pics, I have no words to describe them. The stream pic is a masterpiece :-)
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El Fantastico. Need to go back there again. Some pics of the flowing water etc are surreal. What PP?

PS: In almost exactly similar conditions in Dec 2006, I had crossed Jalori Next time, take a bike !!
No PP for the flowing water, just long exposure. Used a ND filter so that I could use long exposures.
As for the bike, no ways. I would stick to a car, perhaps a 4WD SUV to conquer the terrain
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Tanveer ... Fantastic pics, I have no words to describe them. The stream pic is a masterpiece :-)
Exactly my thoughts. The stream pic ( the one with the rocks) with the water frozen is amazing and cannot be explained in words. One of the most picturesque ( spelling) travelogue on the forum.
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El magnifique !! Cannot describe in words, actually.
You had me on the edge of the seat most of the time. Great pics!
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wow!wow!!wow!!! excellent writeup and excellent photos. What a feast to soul and eyes! thanks to our fourm's own hosting of photos..
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Wow Tanveer

Shoja is much much more than what i thought.and Kudos to you for such a nice travelogue and excellent pics.

And i'm sure that you guys enjoyed a lot after a treacherous ride and it seems worth every penny.

Injoy
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@ TSK1979 which GPS are you using ? , did you face any issue while using in hilly areas ?

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@ TSK1979 which GSP are you using ? , did you face any issue while using in hilly areas ?
I use a Lowrance Ifinder C. Its a Hiking GPS and has features like weather watch(a barometer) etc.,
But up there I sparingly used it(though the signal strength was excellent), simply because there was just one road which went either up or down.
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Great write-up and fantastic pics, Tanveer.
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Awesome report and photos Tanveer. Get that HDR working fast, do you have non-HDR version?

Regarding deceptive distances, we felt that in Sikkim. There was a time where the Jeep took 4 hours to cover 35Kms.
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great write up, you should be a fiction writer man!

and absolutely mind blowing pics, seems like the stuff that make up most of the wallpapers

Are you staying in Bangalore? If so, please invite me to join you when going on such further trips
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