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Old 1st February 2010, 17:53   #46
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hmm. we need to visit binsar now.
Hey buddy, you've just rekindled my desire to revisit the place. Miss it all the time!
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Old 1st February 2010, 18:41   #47
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Tanveer ji,

That idea of compiling your travel experiences with pics in a book is really worth attempting. The amazing pics that you take will make it attractive to any publisher, not to mention your narration skills.

Yes, in these pics, Khajjiar really looks like Switzerland. I have been to Khajiar for a brief stopover on an official visit to Chamba. It was beautiful, but you have shown a hidden and wonderfull side of those less polluted sites. So, you have made, so many heading towards that place.
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Old 1st February 2010, 19:20   #48
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Thanks a ton for the wonderful photographs. You refreshed my memory of HP.... was there in 2002... Had a borrowed Indica and drove around. I was stationed at Chamba.

Please start compiling your logs and photos.. you will find a publisher or a publisher may find you. I am sure it will make a good read. I would also suggest sending a copy to lonely planet magazine, they just started in India. I am sure they will love your stuff.

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Thanks for your kind words. But seriously lonely planet level is too high. I guess I have a lot more to learn till I reach that level
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Good stuff boss!

hmm. we need to visit binsar now.
I once booked binsar for two nights. It did not take us long to run away from there in one night.
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Tanveer ji,

That idea of compiling your travel experiences with pics in a book is really worth attempting. The amazing pics that you take will make it attractive to any publisher, not to mention your narration skills.

Yes, in these pics, Khajjiar really looks like Switzerland. I have been to Khajiar for a brief stopover on an official visit to Chamba. It was beautiful, but you have shown a hidden and wonderfull side of those less polluted sites. So, you have made, so many heading towards that place.
Glad you liked it. Chamba is indeed a lovely place, and kalatop is a jewel among them
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Old 1st February 2010, 19:56   #49
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hey guy,
Awesome Pictures & the sun set snaps definitely needs an extra .
Thanks for sharing unexplored natural bounty.
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Suhas, I never went to Kutch!

Sorry, was mentioning about the pics you had taken on your trip to Rann of Jaisalmer, instead of which i typed Kutch
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Tsk,

Wow man!!! You have outdone yourself with the photos this time!

Gorgeous shots.

cya
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Lovely photos and nice place Tanveer. Would love to see some pics of your in flight shots.
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I think the pictures taken have a very strong X factor and shows the love for camera and the nature.Absolutely mesmerising sunset seen in a long time.
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The sunset point is not so tough trek. Only problem, getting lost again and again on the meandering trails.
Its not as high as Dain Kund, or the airforce station, but nevertheless, a great vantage point
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Tsk,

Wow man!!! You have outdone yourself with the photos this time!

Gorgeous shots.

cya
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Lovely photos and nice place Tanveer. Would love to see some pics of your in flight shots.
The wind was the culprit. I was stationed at the "best point" but immediately after takeoff, the wind took the parachute in a totally different direction!
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I think the pictures taken have a very strong X factor and shows the love for camera and the nature.Absolutely mesmerising sunset seen in a long time.
Thanks roadjourno! The sunset itself was quite extraordinary!
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Hey,TSK I have to post pics of my new car. I use a prosumer, a Canon S-5 IS. Pl advise best time to shoot. How to keep the flash glare and other reflections out?
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Tan, how did I miss this travelogue? Great pics..as usual.
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I use a 18-55mm kit lens with my 350D. Daytime shots are with hoya polarizer attached. For night, I use bulb mode and extremely long exposure(500 sec +)
Great shots tsk1979. Khajjiar is in my radar too. Did Amritsar, Dharamshala this Jan.

Do you use REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE CORD for long exposure or do it manually ?

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Excellent pictures. I'm hearing about this place for the first time!
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Hey,TSK I have to post pics of my new car. I use a prosumer, a Canon S-5 IS. Pl advise best time to shoot. How to keep the flash glare and other reflections out?
Well no hard and fasts rule. Angle of sun etc., on the scene have a lot to do with it
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Tan, how did I miss this travelogue? Great pics..as usual.
thanks gd
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Great shots tsk1979. Khajjiar is in my radar too. Did Amritsar, Dharamshala this Jan.

Do you use REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE CORD for long exposure or do it manually ?
For exposures longer than 30 seconds I use remote release
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Excellent pictures. I'm hearing about this place for the first time!
thanks, its a relatively unknown place!
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