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    Default Kibbar, the highest village in the world

    Kibbar, this is the highest motorable village in the world at the height of 4205 meters.
    Shot with Canon 5Ds, canon 16-35, f/4, ISO-100, tripod, in Sept. 2017
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    Beautiful landscape. The play of light and shadow is the highlight of these places, which makes for some amazing photographs . How long was your trip? Which all places did you visit? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Mrudul.
    Spiti Valley is truly a paradise on earth. I was there for ten days, and visited all the important landmarks, including Chitkul, Tabo, Ki, Kaza, Nako and Chandratal. The weather was beautiful and I did startrails and milkyway shots almost every night.

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    Great to know that you have been to Spiti valley. Lovely landscape. I think moving slightly to the left and including more of right and less of left would have been great as the bush would have been balanced a bit better. Why only f4? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Sabyasachi. It's not f4 that I have used. It is just a lens specification. Actually I forgot to mention the f value. It is f/8 that I have used. I agree with your views on composition...

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