How the sun shines in the Himalayas

In the Himalayan foothills of western Nepal, the light is almost perfect.

There’s no mistaking it.

But this view of the Tibetan plateau from the top of a mountain is not always possible in India.

In fact, the sun never sets here.

The sun never set in Nepal’s Himalayast region in April, but its warmth can be seen through the mist of the Himalaya in the distance.

The mist is made up of dust, which falls as snow.

In India, the mist is often used as a means of covering roads or buildings.

When the mist clears, the sky can be lit up by the moon, or the sun shining through the clouds.

But when it doesn’t, the view is dark, the clouds are heavy and it’s difficult to get a good look at the moon.

So how does the mist work?

The moon is not a constant source of light.

The moon is always visible in the northern hemisphere, and is visible in South India.

As it rises, the moon shines in a dark spot on the horizon.

But the darkness also creates a shadow cast by the darkness.

This shadow obscures the moon and the sun, creating the illusion that the sun has never set.

The mist causes the sun to cast its shadow over the sky.

This shadow obscuring the moon obscures a part of the moon that is visible to the naked eye.

Even though the moon is invisible to the human eye, it’s still possible to see the shadow cast onto the sky by the mist.

Because the mist blocks the sun from being directly in front of the light, it can be quite dark, especially when the moon’s shadow is thick.

In Nepal, when the mist forms, it usually lasts for about four hours.

Then, the sunlight is forced into the valley, creating a partial sunrise and partial sunset.

In India, when this mist is created, the darkness makes it difficult to see any light from the sun.

If the mist has a clear direction, the sunset and sunrise are visible.

It’s also possible to get the full sun to appear at the same time in both India and Nepal.

But the difference is that India doesn’t always have a full moon, as the sun sets in the middle of the night, and Nepal doesn’t have a clear moon.

So the sun still gets to shine through the cloudy mist, but only after sunset and before sunrise.

The moon rises at dawn in India, and sets at sunset in Nepal.

This means that the moon gets a bit early to rise and set, and a bit late to fall.

But, it doesn´t affect the brightness of the sky as much.

This is because the moon sets at a different angle than the sun rises, meaning the shadow that falls on the moon will be bigger.

This makes the sky a bit darker, making the moon appear bigger and brighter.

However, if the mist disappears, the sunrise and sunset appear later in India and later in Nepal, depending on which direction the sun is facing.

India has an easy time keeping the sun’s shadow hidden in the mist, as there are no clouds to block it.

But if the sky is clear and there are clouds to cover, the shadow will appear bigger, making it difficult for the moon to appear as large and bright as the shadow of the sun itself.

You can’t see the moon from the Himalays foothills because the mist causes it to appear dark, but you can still see the sun when it rises from the mountain.

On a clear day, the full moon can be easily seen from the foothills.

But on a cloudy day, when it’s dark, it is difficult to tell the moon apart from the stars.

While the sun can shine through clouds, it rarely appears directly in the sky, so it doesn`t create the same effect.