Misty Mountains – Gabbar Hill

Misty Mountains - Gabbar Hill (At Ambaji)

Misty Mountains – Gabbar Hill | Nature Photography

Who doesn’t love to be in the middle of the misty mountains environment? I’ll say yes if you ask me. So I’m going to share something interesting about the mountains today, and how important are they?

Why mountains are Important?

Mountains and the resources which they provide play a key role in human life who live within them. Mountain environment already occupies 27% of the world’s land surface and supports 15% of the world’s people (About 1.1 billion mountain peoples) who live within mountain regions.


Some of the main mountain-related facts which we should know why mountains matter.

  • Mountains provide 60-70% of the world’s freshwater and also providing renewable energy and food but the resources that they provide increasingly insufficient for the demand in the coming decades.
  • Every year on 11 December, the world celebrates this day as International Mountain Day. The main aim behind it is to draw attention to the important roles that mountainous regions play in water and food supply.
  • Not but true, Mountains are home of more than 85 percent of the world’s species.
  • The World’s 15–20 percent of the global tourism industry relies on mountain tourism.
  • Mountains are home to many ancient, indigenous cultures that maintain a wealth of traditional knowledge and practices[Read More]. We can say that over 1,000 languages are spoken in mountain communities.
  • Mountain biodiversity plays a major role in the helping of global environmental, economic, social and cultural sectors.

In simple words, we can say that nature and its contribution to human life are so significant. we couldn’t give back what nature gave us, so keep in mind, we shouldn’t pollute it. Let’s join the hands and SAVE OUR NATURAL RESOURCES.

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This photo is captured using Canon EOS 1200D.

Photo was taken at Ambaji, Gujarat, India

The Below are the settings to capture this photo:

ISO: 100
Exposure Time: 1/320 sec.
Focal Length: 55 mm
F-stop: f/8
Flash Mode: No Flash, Compulsory
White Balance: Auto
EXIF Version: 0230
Captured Date: 19th-Mar-2019 07:50AM

5 comments on “Misty Mountains – Gabbar Hill

  1. We must understand that what nature gave to the world and what we are returning to it back. We must think that nature is ecesence of life.

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