it's almost took me 3 days to photograph this image due to unending rain in Goa. I love how landscape photography pushes you to your limits to get that one shot you wished for. I barley got a window of 10 Mins before it started raining cats and dogs.
I was traveling from jammu to panipat, while I saw the skies covered with dust which was said to be originated in rajasthan due to some big Strom. But even with the skies covered with dust and horizons barely visible, I came across this beautiful landscape. We made a quick 15 Mins stop to get this picture of a lone tree in a field with the background of trees emerging from the dusty air.
I took this photograph in January when I visited Pondicherry and was disappointed how we humans have created this mess. I blame myself too because I noticed this beautiful place while I myself threw a rapper down , it was in the moment I realized that we have just been blaming humans but it wasn't just the people to be blamed but It was me too. We have to realize as an individual that we have to blame ourselves first. I hope you guys understand. We have to be the change we wish to see.
This place would have been beautiful but I guess I was too late.
I was going through my old stuff and I found some of my first milky way photographs that I took when I had just started off with astrophotography. It was in that moment almost 3 years ago when I saw the milky way with my naked eyes and I realized that this is what I wanted to do. I wanted to learn more about the way the universe worked. And since then I've been learning and reading everything possible. I'd say I'm still learning about astrophotography and everyday something new comes up.
The stacking isn't that good due to Some issues. This is a stacked image 131 light frames 10 dark frames 10 seconds each. ( I wasn't aware if the exif settings related to capturing the milky way)
And I would also like to thank you @astro.hammer For helping me learn more about astrophotography. Travel.live.laugh.dance