Best days with @sanglaholidays a few days back. If you plan to visit #Kinnaur, would highly suggest you to stay here at least for a day. I won't explain why, swipe left to see for yourself ❄️
The first picture is clicked by @ro5h4n 🌠
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It was freezing in Kaza and I did not even care that my feet were numb, hands were shaking and I was wearing five layers. The view around was magical.
Also, the stream behind me was frozen and kids were skiing on that thin sheet of ice. ⛷️
Photo by my favorite @vartickaa
Going from 14 degrees to -14 and now probably will be in -40 for the next few days.
Since past two months, snow has been part of my life. Initially I thought I might get sick of the cold, snow and mountains, but the love keeps growing.
Heading to Chadar today and I am excitedly nervous. This trek has been in the bucket list since my college days and what it feels like to survive in extreme weather conditions would be a story to tell. :)
See you guys with amazing stories and pictures soon. :)
This picture is from Spiti, the trip I took in the last month.
Photography can give you lessons about life. Rain-soaked and shivering in the freezing cold while looking at my camera perched atop its tripod, I was waiting for the perfect frame and was taking shots one after the other. Less the shutterspeed, more was the wait. Waiting without any assurance of result is tough yet beautiful. It makes you realise how much eager you are to have something good in your life. I was so sure about what I wanted from the core of my heart. I decided to enjoy my wait while telling myself to achieve my aim even with the obstacles and all kind of ups and downs and imperfections.
And I realised the river in front of me was doing the same since ages.