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Here is the November edition of India Travel Blog Newsletter. I hope this is coming to you at a time when you are making plenty of travel plans for the coming holiday season, or already travelling! Here is a quick summary of travel content on the India Travel Blog in the last one month.
November 2010 Calendar. The desktop calendar for November is an image of travellers gazing at the beautiful sunset from Hemakoota Hill in Hampi.
Photo Essays. We have had four photo-essays published in October, listed below. In future, photo essays will become more frequent and will contribute significantly to the content of India Travel Blog, but without any compromise in stories that I regularly post.
With a recent change to India Travel Blog, you can now access all the photo essays ever published on the blog in last five years using one single link. There are more than forty of them at the moment. See them all the photo essays
1. Mysore Palace – A short visit to Mysore Palace with images of its exteriors and description of its elegant interiors.
2. The travel photography story published in November is on photographing landscapes. Winters are a great time to shoot beautiful landscapes. Read this post before you head out with a camera.
3. Not packing light. I always hear advices about the virtues of packing light. I have never managed to be one of those people who travel with very little baggage. I end up carrying a lot of stuff wherever I go. Here is my case about not packing light during my journeys.
In November, you will be seeing more photo essays on the blog and stories from Sikkim and Ladakh. Look out for some avian images from Bharatpur and landscapes from Corbett National Park. Happy travels!