Trekking in Majestic Himalayas

In 2007, I was lucky enough to get the chance to trek in the majestic Himalayan range after days of rigorous training and hard work. Trust me, it was an awesome adventure! Truly once in a lifetime experience. I am sharing some photographs of one of my most memorable and exquisite excursions.

Starting point of our trek
Fresh stream flowing from glaciers
The expedition begins
Social networking in progress – they’re all on FB
River and mountains
Good morning! Our first camp
Clouds kissing the peak
Roads, river, mountains
Fresh water flowing down from the snow covered peak
Sky, mountains, river
Breathtaking
Shades of life – sun and shadow
Chandrataal – mid-point of our trek
Life’s a beach
Sparkling waters
Wish I had a home here
Reflection
In the lap of nature
Our one-bedroom studio
Reflecting thought
Yes, those are sheep all over
Sheep, shepherd, dog @ 15000 feet
Been trekking too much?
Finding the road
Here’s the proof
View while descending
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7 thoughts on “Trekking in Majestic Himalayas

  1. Nice ones 🙂 Why don’t we plan it out among ourselves in 2012 itself. Will be great fun and may be if the world comes to an end we would get better view 😛

  2. I’m sure it was amazing, but I havent even looked at these shots unfortunately. You have completely destoyed them with such over enthusiastic watermarking. The more I look into photography and photoblogs around the internet, the more obvious it is that even lots of extremely skilful professional photographers don’t use watermarks, or they use discreet sideline ones that wouldnt actually stop the photo being ripped off. You should resize photos for the web, and put your name somewhere once if you think the photo will be shared. But 6 watermarks on every photo, including a shot of your taped up feet? I think you are over-complimenting yourself. 🙂

      1. Thanks for your kind advice Peter. I didn’t actually intend to destroy the shots with so many watermarks but it’s just a Photoshop technique I learnt on Youtube. Resizing was not an option as thumbnails aren’t that interesting. Next time, I shall be more careful in publishing any photos.
        PS: Those are my friend’s feet.

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