Posts from Kettik

A behind the scenes look at my experience shooting time-lapse videos for Royal Enfield in Ladakh.
A collection of tips to help you get smooth pan and tilt movements in your motion controlled time-lapse videos.
Learn the simple techniques used by Ladakhi nomads to create a stove in the wild with nothing but the natural materials found all over the plains of Changthang.
In this post I want to start a discussion about the food I carry while trekking and camping out in Ladakh and elsewhere in the Indian Himalayas. My requirements is that the food should be lightweight, compact and most of all healthy and nutritious enough to sustain me for anywhere between a week...
Mauris feugiat dui non aliquam ultricies. Cras felis eros, efficitur nec tincidunt et, posuere vestibulum arcu. Mauris vestibulum nunc non faucibus volutpat. Nunc ornare purus vitae risus sagittis, ut vestibulum odio laoreet. Aliquam mauris tortor, finibus a eleifend ut, tempus sed tortor. Class...
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas mattis justo ut lacus venenatis dignissim. Vivamus finibus commodo commodo. Fusce lectus arcu, consectetur vitae magna id, tincidunt ultrices tortor. Quisque ultricies velit vel nibh malesuada posuere. Donec laoreet massa ac tortor...
A sample post to demonstrate what a simple blog post on your Kettik website would look like. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed eu nibh metus. Quisque sem lorem, facilisis sed adipiscing sit amet, tempor ut nunc. Nam in elit nibh.
Bumps on saddle .. A true bumpy ride :)  Its a local story of my ride, places might not be failiar to you, hope you will enjoy.  For today ride - I  had a idea for Dakor with shortest route possible.. How and why it turned with 150+ here you read..  Morning i started around 6:00 am for this...

From The Window

@manish | #Baroda |
After 18 years of living in Baroda, I came across to travel in Heritage Narrow gauge train which runs between Pratapnagar to Jambusar for the first time. A lovely ride of 3-4 hours to cross almost 50+ km.   The first narrow gauge railway line to be laid was to 2'6" gauge by the Gaekwar of Baroda...
For a long time, during my travels in the mountains, I used look up at the star studded night skies and wonder how anyone could manage to navigate using the stars. There were so damn many of them, espcially on a clear moonless night. So how do you find one little North Star out of so many ?
Photos from Kettik