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Rishyap is a small hamlet in the northern parts of West Bengal in India and is the second highest point of West Bengal from where Mt. Kanchenjungha and the Sleeping Buddha Range is visible.
Coming to the story, it was not a very good night at Rishyap when we went to bed before this morning. I failed miserably at taking some night shots due to heavy clouds lingering above our heads there. We went to bed with little or no expectations of getting a clear sky in the morning. As morning happened, I woke up before the Sun and went to our lawn and found the most memorable view of my entire life till then. It was April 2019 and all the mountain peaks were visible and also, the Sunlight had just started to fall on the peaks. They were becoming golden in colour but the thing that struck me most was this frame where the light is coming from the right of the frame and hitting Mt. Doklam in Bhutan which we witnessed with immense joy. I hurried down to our room to get my camera gears and started the shoot. This photo was the pick of the lot and Mt. Doklam has been one of my favourite peaks since then.
Till date, I dream about visiting the place again and click more stunning sunrise shots at this beautiful place.
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