I’m not so good in wide-angle landscape photography. The most common problem I usually find in such photography is haziness, which makes the image very dull. However, I couldn’t control myself from trying out this one time.
On the extreme right side, we can see some of the school buildings, where I teach.
The yellowish patch of bed-ground is ripening paddy field. For some, the harvesting work had already begun at Ziro.
The human population of Siiro village is also growing continuously.
as There weren’t many settlements a decade ago. Now we get to see houses distributed throughout the entire frame.
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