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January 2022 Trek Photographer Of The Month Nominations Are Out – Vote For Your Favorite Pictures

January was a troublesome month. Regardless of heavy snowfall day after day, and Omicron hitting the nation, trekkers headed to Brahmatal and Chattisgarh Jungle Trek; bringing with them these lovely photos!

We obtained over 250 entries in January. Going by means of these photos was a delight. The number of landscapes that these treks depicted was immense.

So listed here are the highest entries, which our choose has chosen because the nominations for the January Photographer of the Month Contest.

We’ve particular prizes for our prime 3 pictures

  • The winner will get a trek voucher of Rs 5,000
  • The primary runner up will get a trek voucher of Rs 3,000
  • The second runner up will get a trek voucher of Rs 2,000

Winners can use these vouchers to guide any Indiahikes trek within the subsequent one yr. We even have a Trekkers’ Alternative Award, which would be the picture that wins the very best votes out of our 09 nominations. The Trekkers’ Alternative Award Winner will get an Indiahikes goody bag

Vote on your favourite pictures beneath.

You possibly can vote solely as soon as, so check out all of the entries earlier than you solid your vote.

1. Aditya Mahil – Brahmatal

Ridge stroll in the direction of Brahmatal Summit. Image by Aditya Mahil

Right here’s an image from a tough part on the Brahmatal Trek. We’ve seen the Brahmatal trek from varied angles. A few of these angles have virtually change into repetitive but it surely was so refreshing to return throughout a shot from this angle that captures the rationale behind Brahmatal being a reasonable trek in winter. 

| Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/1750, Aperture – 1.7, ISO – 100, Focal size – 10mm. (Captured in Cellular)

2. Ankur Gupta – Brahmatal

The view from Tilandi campsite in winter. Image by Ankur Gupta.

This image caught our consideration for the beautiful setting after the morning sunshine. The snow, the timber, Mt. Trishul and its neighboring mountains are all coming collectively and celebrating the arrival of winter season on this shot. 

| Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/900, Aperture – 1.9, ISO – 50, Focal size – 6mm. (Captured in Cellular)

3. Vihit Shah – Brahmatal

Solar Rays from Lohajung base camp. Image by Vihit Shah.

Right here’s a photograph capturing our basecamp Lohajung from the favourite images spot of all time. What’s distinctive about this image is the timing when it’s shot. The final of the solar rays falling upon Lohajung earlier than it bids adieu for the day makes the setting all of the extra romantic!

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/1400, Aperture – 1.7, ISO – 125, Focal size – 10mm. (Captured in Cellular)

4. Sachin Venkatesh – Brahmatal

In direction of summit. Image by Sachin Venkatesh.

We love broad expansive pictures of summit climbs and when it’s a shot from one in every of our most favourite winter trek then it’s even higher! The photographer has managed to seize this motion shot from the proper angle. It virtually appears like he would have ran a bit of forward to face in entrance of the trekkers and to take this breathtaking shot. 

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/1250, Aperture – 7.1, ISO – 100, Focal size – 24mm.

5. Himanshu Jungi – Brahmatal

Strolling within the frozen Bramatal lake. Image by Himanshu Jungi.

Right here’s one other shot from the Brahmatal trek from one other favourite spot – The frozen Brahmatal Lake. We hold telling our trekkers how pleasant it’s to get an opportunity to stroll on this frozen lake. This image captures that actual emotion and now we’ve a visible proof to point out them! 

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/1400, Aperture – 1.7, ISO – 125, Focal size – 10mm. (Captured in Cellular)

 6. Maya Murli – Chhattisgarh jungle trek

Campsite view from Chhattisgrah jungle trek. Image by Maya Murli.

We’re so pleased to have this splendid shot from a trek added to our favourite checklist not too long ago! This {photograph} speaks due to its composition. You possibly can simply think about a narrative whenever you take a look at this picture. We love the way it rightly captures the institution of a campsite on a jungle trek.

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/580, Aperture – 2.4, ISO – 100, Focal size – 6mm. (Captured in Cellular)

7. Vikrant – Chhattisgrah Jungle Trek

Tadiyabaan Lake. Image by Vikrant.

There’s one thing very calming about this {photograph} and that’s what we really feel is usually so easy but so uncommon to seize. This image embodies the true essence of Chhattisgarh Jungle Trek – The jungles, the pink sand, the low mendacity mountains and the attractive lakes. Chhattisgarh Jungle trek maintain the potential to change into among the finest treks of our nation and settings like these are testomony of that. 

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/400, Aperture – 11, ISO – 100, Focal size – 18mm.  

8. Hayat Amiree – Kedarkantha

Trekkers strolling in the direction of Pukhrola campsite. Image by Hayat Amiree.

Kedarkantha in winters. These three phrases have caused an enormous shift within the trekking tradition of our nation. You seize any setting and it seems to be lovely on Kedarkantha in winters but it surely’s nonetheless not really easy to persuade a novice like that. This image can simply try this and that’s what makes it particular. 

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/2200, Aperture – 1.7, ISO – 125, Focal size – 5mm. (Captured in Cellular)

9. Akshay chavan – Kuari go

Trekkers descending from the summit. Image by Akshay chavan.

You’d have typically heard the identify Kuari Cross and Pangarchulla being talked about collectively. That’s due to their geographical location. This image comes very near visually representing that. In entrance of you is the Pangarchulla summit which could look 4 steps forward however would take a tricky climb to achieve and as you divert from that route and take the appropriate you go in the direction of Kuari Cross. 

|Digicam Settings: Shutter – 1/400, Aperture – 1.8, ISO – 100, Focal size – 10mm.

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