Monsoon Photographs shot in various parts of North-India during last 5 years || Monsoons in INDIA

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons are still ON in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Clear view of sky during monsoon season in INDIA..

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big way.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

This year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... 

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA


Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. 

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. 

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, India

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

A photographs from Jalori Pass, which is one of the favorite place for bike riders... Near Jalori, there is a beautiful lake and this photograph was shot on the way from Jalori Pass to Sarolsar Lake. Fortunately, it didn't rain otherwise it could have been very bad for us... It was 1.5 hrs long trek and we were not carrying anything to protect us...

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

A sunset view from my house in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Cloudial view at Bijli Mahadev near Kullu town of Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

These photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Few more Photographs from same park.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA

Monsoons are still in on in Northern part of India and it has been more aggressive since last week of august. We are enjoying the aromatic showers of Monsoons and weather is getting better every day. This Photo Journey is sharing some of the monsoon photographs from last 5 years, which are shot in various parts of the country. Let's check out and know more about Monsoons...Clouds are one of my favorite subjects to shoot and this is one of the reasons that I like Monsoons... During Monsoon seasons, just go to hills and enjoy the cloud play which is hard to see in plain areas. Hills in foreground make various shaped clouds look better. I call above photograph as cloud store and this one is not shot from airplane...Monsoons are also best time to find different hues in the sky and of-course these hues vary from one place to other... Above photograph was shot in Spiti, although it's not recommended to visit Spiti in Monsoons. During Monsoons, Spiti valley gets lot of land-slides and at times, roads get closed which can hamper the travel plans in big wayThis year, monsoon started late and there was hardly any aggression in showers... at times, the showers didn't seem like Monsoon rain. But for last three weeks, it's raining like anything. At least National Capital Region of India is getting heavy rains for last few weeks. It's September month now and rains are in full mood. But due to these heavy rains, today we witnessed most clear sky in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon regions. This is rare to see such clear sky around cities like Delhi. Above photograph is shot in Kashmir during month of June, which was beginning month for Monsoons.Here is another photograph from Monsoon season 2008, when we were on a trek to Shrikhand Mahadev. Monsoon clouds were dramatic around Shrikhand Hills in Himalayan Ranges.In north India, Dharamshala is the place which gets most of the rains. Above photograph is shot near Dharmshala, while we were moving towards a place called Palampur. This is compartively dull version of this photograph. This on is one my favorites and has been published in many of the magazines & newspapers...Monsoons make every river rich with water and at times, things go worse. Specifically, example of Yamuna in Delhi comes to my mind. Yamuna remains dry throughout the year and most of the times thick black water can be seen in this polluted river. But during monsoons, water level goes very high and some part of Delhi gets disturbed... Last year Monsoons in Delhi made many families move out of the shoreline and install tents on roadside for many days.Monsoon really come with various photography opportunities. Next few photographs are shot on car window with mobile camera.There was time, when I experimented a lot with these rain droplets... I will try to find those photographs from archives and will share... It's interesting to shoot different sized droplets on different types of glass, against colorful background created out of numerous subjects... In recent times, rain photographs with colorful lights in background are quite in fashion... Here is another good example of Monsoon Photographs. This photograph is shot around Nainital in Utrakhand. It has high probability to get these kind of rays during monsoons. Although these are easy to find in Hills. Basically, these rays are mainly seen in clear environment which is possible to find in hills and monsoons make it easy for plain areas. Shining rain-drops in a park... It was intentional to defocus everything to get nice bokeh of rain-drops sitting on grass.. A brilliant view of Monsoon Clouds around Narkanda Hills in Shimla, which is one of the favorite place of Bollywood folks... This photograph is shot from Dhomri ground, which is popularly known as Skiing ground in Narkanda town...Another view of same set of clouds from  Narkanda Market..A photograph of one of the office-friends enjoying rains by standing inside AC room with all glass windows closed... Everyone has own ways of enjoying monsoons...Here is another photograph shot at office.. Rain-drops on my office-window @ Noida, IndiThese photographs were shot during 2012 Monsoons. It was a three days long monsoon rain that made a park look like lake. There are around 4 feet high water in the park.. It's a park in Noida - Sector26.Few more Photographs from same park.A photograph shot around Chamba hills in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh.This one was very threatening... A scene from Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, INDIA


2 comments:

Shilpi Dutta said...

Now thats a lovely collection

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks Shilpi !!!

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