The Silent Valley, by Subhashish Nag Choudhury

In the east of Sikkim we got this nice view of Bidan Chu Lake, popularly known as the Elephant Lake because of the shape resembles of an elephant. This sector of Sikkim is blessed with three beautiful lakes, Bidhan Chu, Menmechu and Tsongo. Bidhan Chu comes first following the highway from Zuluk. It is located at Kupup (altitude: 13,500 ft), the highest village in this region, well-known transit point during the silk trade between India and Tibet. This lake is not very popular and frequently visited by tourist still I was really surprised after seeing its beauty specially the color of its water. It was taken at 10 in the morning. I just want to capture the colors variations used in this picture. Suddenly I saw this & clicked.

The Silent Valley, by Subhashish Nag Choudhury

Sony DSC-W120 | Exposure 1/400s @ f/7.1 | ISO 125
The Silent Valley, by Subhashish Nag Choudhury

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | February 19
Photo of the Day Award Category: Landscape Photography
Photograph Location: Sikim | India

Photographer: Subhashish Nag Choudhury (Kolkata, India) Registered
Subhashish Nag Choudhury lives in Kolkata and has done his B.Tech in Information Technology. He is currently working as a Team Leader in one of the renowned IT firms in Kolkata. He loves making friends and travelling. One of his dreams is to travel the whole world. Photography is his passion and he feels it is an expressive form of art and it’s technical as well. He loves capturing all kind of shots as he see through his eyes. He always seeks interesting moments, scenes. His current photography is around nature, wildlife, landscape, micro and he also does lot of experiments on artistic photography.

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