Photography is something that comes from within. I still remember when I was a small girl studying in standard 6 my father bought me my first camera, it was a Kodak model, I don’t remember the exact name of the model. I had to put a film and two pencil batteries. After school, I used to come back home and click random photos. In the present technologically advanced days, you can save your photos to a hard disk, pen drive, memory chips, etc. But for those cameras, you need to visit a studio and hand over the film from where they extracted the negatives and hand you the printed photos. A free photo album could bring a million dollar smile on your face.
But gone are those days. Technology keeps on changing every single minute and with technology, my camera changed. My second camera was a cool blue colour Nikon Cool Pix which was quite popular amongst the teenagers. But I was not a teenager then, I had completed my Masters. I took all my travel photos with it. It gave great shots. I used it for around four around. Then I bought my first DSLR Nikon D3200.
I am not a professional photographer, I never thought that someday I would start my own blog where I could put forward my photos for my readers to see. I am still learning from photography blogs, tutorials, youtube videos, Pinterest pins, etc. I keep on trying my luck here and there. I believe- “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder” as said by famous poets John Keats. When I see something beautiful I capture it with my camera. Here I would like to share with you all my top three travel photos which I have my own personal reasons to like. Hope you like them too.
Travel photos- My Top 3 travel photos
This was shot on way to Bumla Pass in Tawang. The roads are so well maintained by the Border Roads Organisation. There is numerous hairpin bends all over. It is also called a paradise for bikers as the roads are motorable roads and the chilling wind, the mesmerizing mountains add to the charm of the journey.
This is another of my favourite picture clicked in the very beautiful Sangti valley in Dirang in Arunachal Pradesh. Actually, Northeast is a storehouse of wonderful locations and can be a photographer’s muse.
This is my most favourite shot taken at 17,800fr above sea level at Gurudongmar Lake in North Sikkim. It looks like a painting in real. I know my photos could not do justice to this wonderful locations. But what matters to me most is the journey, the places that I have visited, the places I want to visit again.
Hope you have liked the pictures. Do let me know in the comments.