This picture was shot on Tokina 11-16mm lens from a hillock overlooking open fields outside the city in the early morning.
In summer the Sun rises, pretty early. Its light is pretty strong and blinding! There is a big contrast between early morning Sun in winters and summers. In winters, it’s much milder. In this picture, the Sun and its light are so strong that one may assume it to be a strong explosion on the lines of nuclear blast! Hopefully, that’s not true!
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