#travelindia 2/19/2014 05:28:00 PM
Talking about a place that has been photographed to death, Ladakh and this quote by none other than Ansel Adams fits the bill. One of those places in the world, where you'll find an incredible image waiting for you at every turn of your lens. Truly a place that has the ability to overpower an artist and her/his skill-sets as well as the choice of equipment. Absolutely anyone gets to bring back great imagery from this land of passes, along with stories to be told for a lifetime.
I was fortunate enough to spend a month wandering alone in this heaven on earth, and only in one digit, were the number of days when I sat on rock, in the middle of shallow indus river flow, let the icy water soak away the discomfort of cold swollen feet, These were the days I made just memories, intimate and that would bond me with nature, forever.
Rest of the days, I was perhaps a crazy forty-niner who suddenly found a gold mine. a state of mind and work that began the moment I boarded the plane from Delhi, and lasted till I had to give away the incredible views of himalayas to clouds and the mist. I love Aerial Photogrpahy. Here are a collection of images that I took when I landed in Leh for the first time. These are the images that I was able to extract from my archives in past couple of years, more will be published in future.