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Sikkim Time lapse - A Beginners attempt


This is a small time lapse video of my all time favorite place -Sikkim. These videos are shot with an Iphone SE. I didnt have any tripod so had to hold the phone in sub zero temperature. Have a look and I promise to make better time lapses in the coming days. Sikkim will always surprise you. This video is for them who asks me why I keep going there.




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