Today I just want to showcase my travelography in three different photos which truly captures the shadow of the object completely and creates an unfathomable interest in discovering new ones similar to the below pictures.I believe I have been able to capture the shadow effectively in my lenses and lucky to have captured the beauty in three unique and different sketches.
The first one was taken in Chandra Tal few years back on a sunny afternoon after I trekked a distance of 3 kms from the juncture where the car left us.It was an easy trek as there were no steep climbs and was mostly transparent and plain.The Kunzum pass and the dry desert like mountains surrounded the entire territory.The mountains were mostly blackish and greyish in appearance that looked very arid and unconquered for several years.There were no contour of any torrential downpour during this time of the year and we were fortunate to get a clear blue sky and enjoy the grandeur of the Greater Himalayas.The white snow clad mountains just cast their shadow inside the blue lake of the moon making a momentous appearance.There were few tourists in the spot and the blue color was visible till 5 pm in the evening before twilight.
I was blessed and charmed in a cold winter morning to see the light red color of the sun creating a notable presence in the greatest national park of the country.Everything appeared to be dancing to the light of the sun with trees breathing with the cool breeze and the entire atmosphere turning light red which was a rare view in my travel life span. The safari jeep in which were were traveling cast its shadow in the plain land which was very much prominent and distinguished.Even the wider areas of the jungle were glowing with the light red color of the sun and creating an impressive appearance for travel photographers.
Lastly I just managed to get rid of the busy city life on a Sunday evening and stroke towards the holy river which looks very peaceful and salient in Princep Ghat,Kolkata.The sun was about to set when we could see the reflection of the vanishing deep yellow color of the sun casting its shadow inside the river.Such instances are however not rare but I was very much prosperous in taking the best picture that day in my lenses.The Ganges looks dashing in dusk and that’s the reason why maximum people crowd to see the beauty and the opulence of the panorama.