The Unknown Bend, by Dipanjan Mitra

A fellow hiker who was about to turn round the corner, seemed as if he was being gulped by the huge rock. One actually from behind can never get to see what is there on the other side of the bend. I didn’t want to miss this frame especially with the presence of the human element in one corner.

The Unknown Bend, by Dipanjan Mitra

Canon EOS 60D with EF-S 10-22mm | Exposure 1/50sec @ f/22 | ISO 100 | Focal length 10mm
The Unknown Bend, by Dipanjan Mitra

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | February 17
Award Score: 60.5 (Value 11, Clarity 12, Composition 13, Style 12, Skill 12.5)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Adventure Photography
Photograph Location: Garhwal Himalayas, Gangotri | India

Photographer: Dipanjan Mitra (Calcutta, India) Registered
Being a software professional since 1999, Dipanjan Mitra always had an intense desire to travel across the Indian terrains. It was long inhibited till 2006 when his journey began with a small digital camera in the state of Karnataka. The world of photography really got him going when he moved on to a relatively higher end digital camera in the form of Canon S5 IS which he had used for around 2 years, trying to learn the magic of shutter and aperture until the real journey began with a Rebel T1i in May 2010. Fascinated by the magic of being behind the lens keeps amazing him every day. He wishes this journey never ends.


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