Kumbhalgarh Fort is one of the five hill forts of Rajasthan that were declared the UNESCO world heritage site in 2013. It is situated in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan and lies 82 kilometres northwest of the city of Udaipur. Constructed on the foothills of Aravalli ranges, it is surrounded by thirteen hill peaks of the ranges and is perched at an elevation of 1,914 m.
Also it is surrounded by largest wall after great wall of china with a total stretch of 36kms.
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If you've been following my stories, you know I promised a dedicated weekly series to the basics of astrophotography ever Sunday so that you can go and try and create magic whenever you're under clear skies. Today, let's talk about the basic gear you need to begin your journey with astrophotography ✨ .
1. A camera/phone. Starting with the most obvious first, you need a camera to click pictures 🤷🏻♀️ . But believe it or not, you don't need to splurge 40+ thousand rupees in getting a DSLR. Most smartphones now have the capability of taking incredible night sky pictures. In fact, my first Milky way was shot on my @oneplus_india ! As long as your phone's camera has a manual mode, you're good to go. (Astrophotography through phone coming up next Sunday) !
2. A tripod. This is perhaps the most important part of getting those starry shots right. Because your camera shutter stays open for a considerably higher period of time, even the slightest shake of your hand or your breath will be recording, rendering your image blurred or shaky. So the first thing you need is to get a tripod stable enough to hold your camera or a gorillapod works as well if you're using your phone.
3. Clear skies. For astrophotography, cities are a big no no. Not only is the air incredibly thick due to pollution from cars and factories, the city lights create light pollution as well, making the stars appear dimmer. So to be able to get that starry shot, make sure you're somewhere in the countryside where the air is clean and city lights don't dull the skies.
4. Patience. Lastly, before you begin I need you to remember that it took me 150+ shots to get my first decent Milky way shot that I could put out there to let people see. Astrophotography requires immense patience and determination to be sitting out for hours in the cold nights, making images after images, hoping at least one of them turns right.
That's all for today. You can save this post to come back to it later and share it on your stories or with your friends to help them as well 💌 . #astrosundays
The main temple of the goddess is situated a top a hill, in Virar, Maharashtra, India. The temple is on the hill, almost 1500 ft from the sea-degree. The Goddess rests in a temple located approximately 1120 steps above the floor on a hill that forms part of the Satpura Range in Virar, a northern Mumbai suburb, about 60 km faraway from Mumbai. The hill gives a totally picturesque view of Virar and its region. During the nine days of the Navratri competition many followers visit the shrine, and devotees additionally generally tend to visit on Tuesdays and Sundays.
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