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Spiti Valley, September 2012
32° 17′ 51.84″ N, 78° 0′ 43.17″ E, 4200 metres.
360° view, 45 frames, 5 exposures per frame.

Overlooking Key Gompa in Spiti Valley, teaming with all its vast elements and the rugged terrain. Spiti valley is a desert valley located high in the Himalayas in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti, which means “the middle land”, is the land between Tibet and India. It is a renowned research and cultural centre of Bhuddhism. From one of the highest inhabited villages with only 4 families to the prayer flags of Buddhism to the stretch of the river, this panorama attempts to capture every little hidden detail of this magnificent valley.