Sometimes you have to travel far and wide—and in this case very, very high—to get the perfect shot:
Photographer Rajiv Sankarlall had the privilege of traveling to Himachal Pradesh, India to live as the monks do for a month. After getting over a pretty bad case of altitude sickness, he spent his time hiking around and photographing the amazing sights of the Himalayas. This amazing shot of a yak was taken in Spiti Valley, India at an altitude of about 12,000 feet.
Camera Equipment and Settings
- Nikon D90
- Lens: Rokinon 14mm Wide Angle
- Aperture: f/9
- Shutter Speed: 1/2000
- ISO: 250
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