This image, taken from Visakhapatnam (17 40 N 083 17 E), is possibly the first recording of the Analemma of the Sun ever captured in India. It combines a sequence of 26 individual photographs taken from 24 March 2013 to 13 March 2014. Superimposed over each other, they demonstrate the movements of the sun through the sky over a full calendar year. Click on the image for a larger view.
I photographed this sequence using a Nikon D40x camera and a variable ND filter, adjusting filter density, shutter speed and aperture settings at each instance to capture only the sun’s disc, leaving the rest of the frame completely black. The final image combines all 26 exposures with a background shot I took later.