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Some behind the scene footage of my latest timelapse video on Winters in Ladakh.

See the full video here --> https://youtu.be/marG44v_2eo

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The first minute of my new #timelapse video. Ice & Snow - A winter timelapse of #Ladakh.

Be sure to check out the full video on YouTube (link below). And while you at it, please subscribe to my channel as well. It would mean a lot ☺

https://youtu.be/marG44v_2eo

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I'am very proud and happy to share my latest video. A winter timelapse of Ladakh.

Treat yourself to a visual journey across the winter landscapes of Ladakh. Witness scenes very few people have witnessed in real life.

I spent 2 winters (2015 & 2017) in Ladakh in search of these visuals. About 4 months of hiking, hitchhiking and camping across Ladakh in freezing winds and numbing cold. It was difficult but I also enjoyed the experience. A lot of numb fingers and toes at the end of it all. Be sure to check out the behind scenes videos which would soon follow.

Do subscribe to my channel for more such videos. If you enjoy my content please consider supporting me on Patreon. Even a small contribution like a dollar or 2 ever month helps me keep making these videos.

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A short introduction to my upcoming timelapse video on Winters in Ladakh. Please stay tuned for the full video.

Soundtrack : Mantra (feat. Stanzin Wangbo) from the album 'Ladakh : Breath of the Himalaya'.

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A new beginning. @Sunrise over a frozen #Tsomoriri lake.
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Isn't it always difficult to get back into the groove after a long break? It is for me. It has been a while since I reached Manali after my 4 month #winter jaunt in #Ladakh and #Spiti. And I'm slowly trying to get back into the routine of sharing photos and videos from the trip.
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It was a near perfect trip, weather-wise. On the flipside I have lost and damaged more gear on this trip than any other in my life. So it's always a 2 edged sword. The lord giveth and takes away at the same time. My Zeiss 21mm lens came apart in two pieces for no reason. My Panasonic GX85 stopped working at the fag end of the trip after surviving the worst of the winter weather. And finally, I lost 2 phones in the span of one month. Talk about some bad luck!
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But all things considered I wouldn't trade this trip for anything else and it has given me a lot of great ideas for future projects.
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#Tsomoriri Lake, #Ladakh. 27-Feb-2017.
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A Winter Flight to #Leh.

It's time to say goodbye to Manali and head towards the freezing mountains of #Ladakh.

I always wondered about the places the flight passes over. This time I had offline maps on my phone and was able to see the exact path of my flight. I captured videos of some of the major landmarks on the route. Except #Parvati valley, Iam 100% sure of the accuracy of the landmarks in the video. Do let me know if I've marked any of the places wrongly.

Music : Guardian Angel by Ian Post

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A short video of the 2017 winter's first snowfall in Manali.

It has been a very long wait for this year's snowfall in Manali. The last rainfall in Manali was way back in August 2016 and then it has been a prolonged dry spell in Manali and the neighbouring villages. Forest fires were common during the autumn season and even a few house caught fire during the dry spell.

The local villagers were worried that it would be a repeat of the 2016 winter with very little snowfall. But thankfully all their prayers were answered and it started raining on July 6th. Raining mind you in January! Usually it snows here by the end of November. But the ground here was so dry and hot that it rained for one whole day before the snow started falling in the evening. And like they say, when it rains it pours. And it snowed and snowed and snowed. Almost 3 foot of snow over 3 days.

I made this short video while going to catch a bus to Delhi. The roads were slick with snow and buses and cars started slipping and going off the road. So instead of starting in Manali all the tourist buses started from Pathlikul, around 25km from Manali. I walked for 5 hours and rode in a car for 2 hours before finally catching my bus to Delhi!.

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Quaint Villages.
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#4 out of 10 reasons to visit the Spiti Valley. .
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I left out #3 because it was dull without accompanying background music. Do watch the full video on YouTube.
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https://youtu.be/nd5fBC0PUsI
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Ancient Monasteries

#2 of 10 reasons to visit the Spiti Valley.

Do check out the full video on YouTube and please subscribe to my channel.

https://youtu.be/nd5fBC0PUsI

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Rugged Mountains.

#1 out of 10 reasons to visit the Spiti Valley.

Do check out the full video on YouTube.
https://youtu.be/nd5fBC0PUsI
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