Chandratal Lake is located at an altitude of 15000 ft beyond Rohtang pass and off the route to Spiti. Initially a four hour walk from the highway, a road has now been made up to a point quite close to the lake. This has made it easily accessible to travelers on the way to Spiti, leading to an impact on the natural regeneration of the area...Chandratal Blues is an exploration of the Upper Himalayas by the participants of Photosensitive's Photo-Trek Safari in June 2009. Twelve passionate photographers from various walks of life participated in the workshop and came back with peeled noses and a skillfully woven mosaic of images that capture the changing colors of the lake...the azure skies...the ruggedness of the mountains and the enchanting beauty of the tiny flora... For almost a week, the photographers roughed it out, trying to capture the bio diversity of the upper himalayas...Available as signed limited edition art prints, printed on non-fine art / fine art paper with archival pigment inks and coated with UV protection spray. A Certificate of Authenticity will be provided by the artist.
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