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Photowalk around Singati

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Photo + Walk=Photo walk is the complete sentence that shows more/less related to photography. Already in some posts, I mentioned my habit of Photo walking. I regularly attend Photo walks and I like solo most. A photo walk is known as a hike walk while doing photography. In other words, walk with a camera.

My Photo walk Place

Singati is a new rapidly developing city in Dolakha. The northern part of Dolakha and the second-largest city after Charikot. 38 km north of Charikot and near the epicenter of the Second massive earthquake of April 2015, the 29th Baisakh, 2072 Earthquake. It’s a rapidly developed city where there were less than 15 RCC buildings before the earthquake and after the earthquake rapidly increased to more than 200 buildings although now more than 500 houses in this city.

It’s the center point of Gaurishankar, Bigu, and Kalinchok rural municipality and more than 20 wards of the aforementioned rural municipality. Two rivers join in Singati. One is Tamakoshi and another is Singati river. Here there are more than 50 small and huge hydro projects and uncountable micro-hydro projects.

In this photo walk, I walked in nearby forests and rivers. At this time, I proposed for the river contains contrast and colorful bank, stone, and water wave. I also select forest species in the forest. As I expected, I got colorful and beautiful stones that contain beautiful texture, contrast, and luminance. In the forest, I got beautiful objects. I know that a beautiful thing is spread over the earth but we need to recognize that. I got a lot of species of orchid in the forest which is beyond Singati Bazaar. There are lots of orchids either in number or in Species diversity also. They are mostly in Madhuca indica (Mauwa Tree).

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