To answer some of your questions,My sentiments precisely. I too enjoy taking photos of the locals and email to those who have some electronic contact, directly or indirectly. Once i had taken some pictures of our BSF at our border and had sent them to the CO ( After editing out any important or identifying bits). But for these people a portable printer would surely bring a smile on their faces.
Great portraits, by the way.
That was awesome.
You surely were lucky to get the last room. And at a nice, unique hotel too.
Could you describe the photography gear you carried?
That was an amazing video. What tyres did you have on the Fortuner?
Thoroughly enjoyed your TR which i read through at one sitting. Great photographs too. One suggestion: If you could upload a map showing the route you took during the 12 days, it would give people like me better understanding of the circuit.
Lastly, i didn't see any time lapse video. Did i miss it or you haven't as yet uploaded it?
A big thank you for sharing that amazing journey.
1. tyres were original that come with Fortuner.
I have clocked 80,000 km on them, and i would have gone till 90,000 if another road trip had not come up.
So that is when i changed the tyres, and again bought the same brand as original.
2. The first time i got a chance for Time-lapse was at Killar, when i woke to an amazing morning.
I thing you missed the Time-lapse. There are 2 of them.
3. Camera Gear.
Canon 5D Mk3
Hand Held Gimbal for GH4
6 spare memory cards,
3 spare camera batt for Canon Cameras
External HDD which has facility to store images directly from memory card and you don't need a laptop.