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Thar Desert or Great Indian Desert, extensive region of sandy desert in northwestern India and eastern Pakistan.
The largest part of the desert is located in Rajasthan State. The Thar Desert is about 805 km long and about 485 km wide. The terrain consists mainly of rolling sandhills, among which are found scattered growths of shrub and rock outcroppings.Rainfall is sparse, averaging from 127 to 254 mm annually, and temperatures rise as high as 52.8° C (127° F) in July. The small population is mostly pastoral, and hide and wool industries are prominent.
Camel Safari is one of the unique way to explore small villages, exciting and soft adventure. It is a great experience to explore The Thar.

35 mm Focal Length: 107 mm
Compression: JPEG
Contrast: Normal
Exposure Mode: Auto exposure
Exposure bias value: EV -2,00
Exposure program: Shutter priority
Exposure time: 1/1000 s
F Number: F 7,40
Metering mode: Multi-Segment
White Balance: Auto

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