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Old Sep 1, 2010, 9:04 AM   #1
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Default New FZ35 and a trip to Ladakh, India

Hi All, got my fz35 a week before I left for Leh, Ladakh. I wish I had learnt more about the camera esp the panorama assisst. It is quite user friendly with great images. You can view my album at

http://picasaweb.google.com/11768572...rjgJP8rPKywgE#

The lakes are Tso Moriri and Pangong Tso both at 14,000 ft above MSL. The last 8 pics are taken in Manali 400 km from Leh on the foothils of the Himalayas
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Nice shots!
Was that prairie dog in Ladakh? (35th image).
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Wow man.... LEH!!!!!! one of my fav places ....One of my fav places....its still in my dreams...will go there once
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Mystery123. Thanks. No, not a prarie dog. At that altitude and temperature only long haired dogs survive. This is a stray, one of many there.
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Nice shots!
Was that prairie dog in Ladakh? (35th image).

It's a Himalayan Marmot.
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Hi All, got my fz35 a week before I left for Leh, Ladakh. I wish I had learnt more about the camera esp the panorama assisst. It is quite user friendly with great images. You can view my album at

http://picasaweb.google.com/11768572...rjgJP8rPKywgE#

The lakes are Tso Moriri and Pangong Tso both at 14,000 ft above MSL. The last 8 pics are taken in Manali 400 km from Leh on the foothils of the Himalayas
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Congratulation - these are very nice shots. Very well done.
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Beautiful photos, Goandude. I enjoyed the journey!

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Thanks ronggur, joho, laurel and clint.
I liked the wooden hut and tree also and had taken this pic early in the morning. When I took my wife for a walk later and wanted to show her the view of this hut... surprise surprise no hut. It was hidden behind lines of drying bedsheets
The marmot is a very shy animal which hibernates almost 6 months a year.

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Thanks ronggur, joho and clint.
I liked the wooden hut and tree also and had taken this pic early in the morning. When I took my wife for a walk later and wanted to show her the view of this hut... surprise surprise no hut. It was hidden behind lines of drying bedsheets
The marmot is a very shy animal which hibernates almost 6 months a year.
My favorites are the same as Ronggur - very nice pictures.
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