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Sometimes, you end up in places that are so beautiful that you can just sit and stare and never be done with it! 

Last week, despite a familiar landscape, I was treated to such moments of amazement combined with stillness. Leading a photography tour to spend time with a community of shepherds in the highlands of Ladakh, I witnessed and photographed many amazing moments that very few people get to be a part of, and had a chance to be a part of these delightful landscapes.
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A splendid Himalayan morning.. in monochrome...
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The magical mountains of Zanskar region...

Nearly a year ago, we were in Zanskar on a tour to photograph the magnificent landscapes and starry landscapes among the snow-peaks and glaciers. One evening, I decided to take a walk along a meadow we had camped in. There was a glacial stream flowing in the middle of the plains, where I waited for the last rays of the sun to light up the mountains. Skies gifted a colourful sunset this evening, and this is what I got to witness.
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Our upcoming weekend photography tour to photograph some very photogenic waterfalls in the wilderness of Karnataka.. Oct 07-08, 2017. See www.darter.in/photography-tours/travel/waterfalls-photography-satoddi-magod-unchalli/
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Sunset over Song Kul lake, Kyrgyzstan.
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A Himalayan morning. Where Panchachuli peaks dominate everything around them.
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A mountain madness that took me through endless rains, ridges that passed through absurdly steep edges and magical high-altitude landscapes. We walked relentlessly, often through pouring rain and blanket of fog without knowing where we are and what was around us. But what we could see–trees that appeared eerie in the fog, fertile high-altitude meadows that supported an army of livestock, spooky high-altitude landscapes and endless fields of colourful flowers–kept us going. One morning, goddess Nanda Devi was pleased with our endeavour and decided to lift the clouds and show us her magic. Magic, it was!

Here is a short time lapse movie of what unfolded in front of our eyes.
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Rural agrarian landscapes, in South India...
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