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Photo A Day Experiment (PADE) Day4 - Distance

An old entry for the day's theme: Distance, a favorite one from the collection. This one I took on my February ride to Jaisalmer. We were racing against the time to reach Khuri Dunes before sunset to devour it across the desert. But, finally we had to witness the Sun setting at the far end of an 'up-n-down' road to our destination...

It's not just the Distance...
It's not just the Distance, but Destination,
It's not just the miles, but people we meet... ~ Ghumakkar

Shot it on D5000 at 300mm f/5.6 1/400 exposure, no edit - just auto-corrected.

This picture post is an Entry to PADE-2013, a month long Photo-blog event. To know more and participate, click here or here. Check themes here.

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  1. Beautiful Punit! The usually bright sun looks so subdued and mellow.

  2. Hello, what the hell man, one good photo after another, you've given me huge complex and made me jealous of the awesome trips you take, Mr. Ghumakkar!
    Jokes aside, I'm speechless. This is so surreal. I have always wanted to tour around Rajasthan but never got a chance. Now I'm tempted even more.
    Great work Punit. We're honored to have you as a PADE participant!

  3. Wow Punit love the contrast!!!

  4. Shy! What should I reply....Just learning photography, abhi to bahut kuch dekhne-click karne ko bach hai :)

    And, I am honestly obliged to be part of such a great initiative...PADE with you, @Juztamom and all fab guys....

  5. Thank you @Pankti Mehta ji :)

  6. Shy and humble? A combination we hardly see these days. The feeling is mutual, PADE is turning out into a wonderful and fun community activity. Thanks to the awesome participants!

  7. omg i have alllllllllllllllllllwayyyyyyyys wanted to take a pic like this one, awesome, absolutely awesome!

  8. Stay travelling @priyam it provides hell lots of opportunities to live and click... Thanks again :-)


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