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@Saran Nice clicks, How is Horsely hills?
Is it worth a visit? Specially we need to drive down 500+ kilometers, If we stretch 200 more kilometers, we can explore many other beautiful places.

 

8 minutes ago, CHAITTANYA said:

 


Palocha (ts) - Dwaraka Tirumala (ap)

 

Beautiful click CHAITTANYA, Never came across this location in Tirupati.
Greenery is amazing.



 

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[mention=488]Saran[/mention] Nice clicks, How is Horsely hills?
Is it worth a visit? Specially we need to drive down 500+ kilometers, If we stretch 200 more kilometers, we can explore many other beautiful places.
 
Beautiful click CHAITTANYA, Never came across this location in Tirupati.
Greenery is amazing.


 


That isn't tirupathi bro.. Dwaraka Tirumala EAST GODAVARI dist(ap)
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[mention=488]Saran[/mention] Nice clicks, How is Horsely hills?
Is it worth a visit? Specially we need to drive down 500+ kilometers, If we stretch 200 more kilometers, we can explore many other beautiful places.
 
Beautiful click CHAITTANYA, Never came across this location in Tirupati.
Greenery is amazing.


 

Its worth visiting@Gowtham. You ll love the drive through greenery. Horsley hill is not very very big. But very big than what we see in Rachakonda and Bhongir. We have zoo at the top. Few hotels,Park, View points. Good place to chillout.

We dont need to treck. We can drive till the top. Few hairpin bend roads. Nice veiw and good for photography.

Yeah... we can cover few more places nearby as well.
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1 hour ago, Ranger said:
I got one but did not use it much.

I have one 18mm~55mm and one 50mm
I want to sell both stock and 50mm and get 18~200/300mm

Any suggestions? Want a cheaper solution. 


Try sigma 18 - 300mm or Tamron 16 - 300mm

Both are under 40k budget. U can sell ur current kit lenses for 12k.

But, sigma & Tamron won't have the crispyness in full zoom as the flagship lenses do!

 

That's the reason, I always carry my kit lenses (18-55/55-250/50). And, sometimes borrow my friend's 18-135 lens.

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1 hour ago, Saran said:

Tamron 16 - 300mm

Gone through Tamron Lens, It had good reviews and suites my requirement. Thank you for the suggestion.
 

1 hour ago, Saran said:

Both are under 40k budget. U can sell ur current kit lenses for 12k.

40k -12k = 28k, I think, I have to wait for few more months. 
Camera Lens are getting expensive.:ph34r:

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40k -12k = 28k, I think, I have to wait for few more months. 
Camera Lens are getting expensive.[emoji185]


Yeah... true.. I want to upgrade my dslr body.. I love 5D mark III. Don't know when I'll get in hand..

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Saran, Tell me thats an edited one buddy.. REally surprised to see Tadoba this lush green [emoji3] Nice pic btw :photo:

It was that green actually. I went in November and it was great and pleasing to eyes.

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15 hours ago, sagar said:

Saran, Tell me thats an edited one buddy.. REally surprised to see Tadoba this lush green :D Nice pic btw :photo:

 

15 hours ago, Saran said:

It was that green actually. I went in November and it was great and pleasing to eyes.


When it is green, spotting wild life is difficult. Tigers usually come out for water pits more often in summer.

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When it is green, spotting wild life is difficult. Tigers usually come out for water pits more often in summer.

True! I didn't see any tiger in that trip! We waited in 1place for the entire day, where all tigers usually drink water. No luck.

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Man that Eagle picture is amazing, what is the zoom, more than 200mm?

You should upload pictures using mobile chrome for full clarity. Those pictures need a full resolution.

App is compressing the images by default, less clarity in desktop.

Looks good on the mobile though.
Keep posting.

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Man that Eagle picture is amazing, what is the zoom, more than 200mm?

You should upload pictures using mobile chrome for full clarity. Those pictures need a full resolution.

App is compressing the images by default, less clarity in desktop.

Looks good on the mobile though.
Keep posting.


It's 250mm bro... yeah, will use mobile chrome going forward.. [emoji106]

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35 minutes ago, Ranger said:

Nice shot Krish, monsoon effect started.
Where is the location?


Thank you Gowtham. Yeah, monsoon effect is very nice. This one I took during my morning walk at Gundlapochampally. Exact location is Aparna Kanopy Tulip, my apartment.

 

Gowtham see our DPs they're looking almost similar. Both are from the same clan.[emoji28] [emoji28]

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Beautiful pictures, I think it is almost 3rd time you went to Srisailam highway, within a month.

Those pictures deserve a full resolution, next please upload them using mobile chrome. 
 

Haha.. yeah.. 3rd time...

Sure, will use chrome. Forgeting everytime[emoji85]

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DalLake is very integral part of tourism of Kashmir. Dal lake is misnomer as "Dal" in kashmiri means lake. We found the ecosystem of Dal lake is ecologically very very rich & house to beautiful floras & faunas. Misty peaks of Pirpanjal mountains are also seen in the background. We were headed towards Leh, so took a night halt here. 

 

I Watch out this space for more travel stories of our recent trip to Ladakh!! I

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As we were taking an evening stroll along the famous Dal Lake, we spotted a vast sheet of water reflecting the carved wooden balconies of the houseboats. We spoke to some locals & got to know that, some of the houseboats there were built in the early 1900s, and are still being rented out to tourists & travellers!!

 

I  Watch out this space for more travel stories of our recent Ladakh trip!!  I

 

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13 hours ago, mayank said:

That's so adorable... Good to see such enthusiastic parents letting the young one's experience what travel and nature feels like :) 

Thanks @mayank for lovely words. Credit of my travel enthusiasm goes to my car, mine group BOCH (Baleno Owners Club of Hyderabad) and my home min:Dister . Waiting for memorable trip with ID.

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