We were heading to visit Kodaikānāl, A famous hill station in Tamilnadu state in India.

Its around 7 km away from Kodaikānāl and a major tourist place one should definitely visit.

It was my 1st trip with DSLR camera. I am having Canon 1200D with zoom kit lense. Below is the photo I have taken with camera without tripod.

Silver Cascade waterfalls, Kodaikānāl, India

This milky effect is because of slow shutter speed of the camera.

Its one of the best photos I have captured till date and the visit to Kodaikānāl is also a memorable trip of my life.

Haddhaiyaar.. ✍️✍️

Also read a photo story of my trip to Tajmahal.


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