PIR PANJAL AT SUNSET
- claudine (0)
- [2007-01-12 5:43]
Again, this is this beautiful and colorful place with this great POV and this nice story that goes with it. I think that scanning is bringing good result as the picture looks very clean to me. I like these pastel colors and this beautiful contrast between light and shadow. This is very nice with interesting notes. Thanks,
- horia (16656)
- [2007-01-12 6:23]
This is a splendid flashback i presume. The feeling to be up there, so high above the sea level and to have such a breathtaing view must be most impressive.
The perspective here is fantastic and the look towards those respect commanding peaks is gorgeous.
The hight of the place where when you took this shot is also well visible just by observing how deep the velley in the FG is.
A superb composition, my friend!
Bravo and TFS
- red45 (31094)
- [2007-01-12 7:10]
Another amazing view. You showed us mountains in all theirs glory and majesty again. I love POV and composition with sunny peaks and valleys covered by shadows. Beautifull.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2007-01-12 7:20]
I didnt have to much time to comment the photos on treknature in 2007. I see that you post many beautiful photographs. I promise I will catch up on commments. Beautiful landscape with a great colors and light. I like the intresting frame. As always very interesting note.
- jojo (176)
- [2007-01-12 7:33]
Splendide paysage hivernal
beaux détails et belles couleurs
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2007-01-12 7:58]
Stunning scenery! Just breathtaking (and lung busting if you are climbing there). I would die to have a view like this everyday.
- marhowie (486)
- [2007-01-12 8:29]
Well done Ram.
I like this shot for its grand scale of beauty.
The sunlit, snow covered mountain tops are beautiful.
Nice results from your scan, I enjoyed your notes and the visit with Dad. It sounds like a day you'll always remember with great fondness mf.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-01-12 8:50]
Thank you for your heart note and very nice picture. You have done this shot with love and we can see and feel it.
I like captured view: it is very beautiful. I like the combination of the light bright cloudy sky and top of mountains and dark blue gorges: they are very expressive. I like your presentation of the shot and its framing: it is very impressive. I like you, my friend: deeply feeling and owning the nice taste of art writer.
BRAVO and my best wishes.
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2007-01-12 9:23]
El paisaje, el color y sobre todo la luz son muy hermosos. Saludos
Your majestic mountains, so cold, so big, so beautiful,... blends with your warm, nostalgic, personal father-son relation in a huge/minimal size combination, in a timeless/ephemeral time proportions,... So much feeling engraved in your memory, visible in your paper photos, digitalized for your friend, disseminated by the web as electronic/spiritual dust,...
- dew77 (13270)
- [2007-01-12 14:14]
Very nice landscape.POV,colors,lighting and composition are wonderful.Have a great weekend!
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-01-12 21:47]
lovely landscape shot,
the mountains look beautiful,
well composed shot with excellent pov,
tfs & regards
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-01-13 10:52]
I perfectly understand your nostalgia as your roots are in this most wonderful part of the world! The contrast between your present life and that of your father's must have been remarkable. I have never in my life experienced such peace of mind as I did when I went to Ladakh and stayed with local people in their simple homes. Something I really treasure!
Thank you for the note and for the beautiful snowy mountains!
Tfs and best wishes, Ulla
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-01-14 3:35]
Beautiful landscape, where the rugged mountains still are kissed by the sun!
The low light in the valley makes the summit stand out even more, and the scenery is well framed...
Good foreground interest and a nice feeling of depht in a fine composition!
- mrcrow (3008)
- [2007-01-15 16:37]
wonderful shot of a country with such beautiful frontiers..and the note is reminiscent of my three thousand feet trek from the modi to the himalaya lodge in ghandruk..
some day i will revisit india and hope to get to an area like this..
the air is quite phenomenal
- cedryk (5270)
- [2007-01-21 22:24]
Thanks for sharing this majestic view with us. I always like to look at the valleys and peaks at sunset. Of course I prefer to actually be there but...
I perfectly understand your nostalgia!!! The same feeling in me,my friend!
- loot (11276)
- [2007-01-24 8:43]
Years ago I saw some wonderful paintings that depicted amazing mountain scenes like this shot of yours, where the snowy peaks were bathed in joyous sunlight, the valleys showed in a mysterious twilight, and the skies portrayed a brilliant splash of well lit clouds and blue skies. This is your posting over and over.
Normally I’m rather partial towards scanned images, but these mountain shots you are showing us lately and especially this one really has a brilliant quality too it. I just love it. Yes, of course one can see it is scanned, but there is just that ‘something’ special to the quality and the mood it creates. Lovely deep colours, good details, and great exposure is the result of very good original photos plus very good PP work.
Very well done and TFS.
PS. I bet you could actually taste that cup of coffee from 12 years ago while writing your note. You did not know then what would still happen with this photo as you do not know now what might still happen with it in the future, but at least one thing is sure, this photo is safe here at TN for who knows how long where anyone can read about that day up in the mountains. Sort of a continuation of that fond memory for years to come.