Paragliding in Pokhara

Posted by: Shutterbug

For adventure seeker paragliding in Pokahra can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience.
It is a relatively new adventure sport introduces to Nepal but within a short span it has gained enormous popularity.

One can experience bird-eye-view of Pokhara as gliding allows him/her to share airspace with falcone, eagles, kites, while floating over monasteries, villages, temples, lakes and jungles, with a magical view of the majestic Himalayas. Try it.

Took this picture last year, at the landing spot near ‘Duna Tapari’ Pokkhara.

Paragliding in Pokhara was last modified: June 30th, 2008 by Shutterbug

Blog Comments

  1. DreamSky

    Shutterbug will claim HIS existence not HER existance :wink:

    And Mona, you forgot to place ‘Parijat’, ‘Madame Curie’ and ‘Mother Teresa’ in your list.

  2. Mona

    Yup, Ultimately what matter is the value, the creation; But think for a while what would have happened if Poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota was anonymous to us. :roll: Albert Einstein was anonymous :wink: Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was anonymous :?: Just thinks for a while………………..

  3. Shutterbug

    I bet DreamSky! You wouldn’t have guessed whether Shutterbug enjoys his anonymity or not if I didn’t have expressed it over my comment. :grin: Keep up your good work. My good wishes to your creative team. :idea:

  4. Shutterbug

    My big SALUTE to dear Mona for being bold in asking question about Shutterbug. I was expecting to have this question from a long time but no one ask publicly. And I keep enjoying this anonymity. Remaining so, I am able to put more value to those posting I did and comments I made here in EU. And that is what I think is most important.

    Well Shutterbug definitely is not my real name. ‘Shutterbug’ actually means a person who loves to take a lot of photographs and this word define me justifiably. I do love to take pictures anywhere, anytime of anything. Photography is one of my hobby and my profession both. I feel so proud to be a photojournalist and help people to see this world with a different perspective. It is an honor to document people’s special moments and preserve parade of human life. It is such a joy to see when my work brings happiness to people. Still there is so much to do ahead and achieve. I think I am a drop in the oceans.

    Many thank you for your flattering compliments. I know I am not yet suitable one to be tagged by all those nice compliments.

    Well I do read articles and features here in EU blog and sometime it’s so tempting to share my views but I strictly limit myself to remain as a photo commentator of EU.

  5. Mona

    Amazing, incredible, miraculous, marvelous, startling are the word comes from heart for your every post. Great work.
    Is Shutterbug your Name? Well, is photography your hobby or job? It will be nice if we know about the one whose articles are really commendable… :grin:

  6. Shutterbug

    DreamSky! Thank you for the comments and sharing the link of my ‘First Post’. And just don’t keep it as your guess but true. YES! I love taking pictures using ‘panning technique’. And I am pretty good at it. Please don’t assume that I’ve achieve this success as if I clicked once and cashed in ‘Wow’ picture like above. Practice Practice Practice. Practice make photography perfect and I do follow this rule everyday. I got some more pictures which I have taken using panning technique and I love to share them someday here in EU Blog.

    The basic idea behind panning technique is that you pan your camera along in time with the moving subject and end up getting a relatively sharp subject but a blurred background.

    Using this technique we can produce prety amazing pictures (if you practice, practice, practice :smile: and get lucky) but is surely take a lot of practice to get right.

  7. DreamSky

    That time I guessed, and guessing is not always right. Now I’m sure that that pilot is Damodar! ehe

    (Now again another guessing part) I guess, Shutterbug loves ‘paning’! Dont believe me? Look at this post cycle culture :lol:
    first ever post from Shutterbug at EU I guess.

  8. DreamSky

    Wow!! whata shot!

    how could you ‘pan’ like that perfectly? I had also tried, but got no luck :-(

    I guess that pilot is David :roll:

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