- Mikolaj (4452)
- [2009-03-02 4:12]
Hello Ram! Fantastic mountains. Marvelous landscape. Wonderful panorama. Good work. Well done!
- Macroleo (886)
- [2009-03-02 4:15]
this is woderful landscape of Western Himalayas! I like it!
Best regards, Leonid
- sranjan (5784)
- [2009-03-02 4:44]
Hello Ram Sir,
Welcome back with magnificent panorama of icy Himalayas. I am totally for this part of Pir Panjal & wish to visit sooner or late. Trust you had good time at home & have taken enough of TN quota for us to thrive on it. The large version is awesome :)
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2009-03-02 4:48]
What a spectacular view. Excellent sharpness and clarity. The colour of the sky and the upper part of the mountains are so light and display so well. A fantastic piece of nature, well presented here. Very impressing and beautiful to look at, and I am sure the air one inhale must be wonderful and fresh. Loot and I had invitations from both Subhash and Ganeshan to visit India, and if it was not for the airfare that was so expensive, I am sure we would have loved to come and see your country and beautiful sceneries like the one you have just showed us. An amazing landscape. Thanks for sharing.
- anel (40574)
- [2009-03-02 4:51]
Very happy to see your first mountain-picture from your last trip at your native place. And what an impressive one! The large version is just breath-taking, we can feel the fresh snow all over these high pics. Ideal to have had this mixed sky, with the blue patches which are a nice contrast to the snow. Really looks quite like our Alpine landscapes. By the way I dedicated you a mountain picture, not knowing that you had left for your native place.
Thanks and kindest regards
- Heaven (7912)
- [2009-03-02 5:18]
You easily can understand that I like this picture very much! It simply is superb, I love that mountain scenery. It's so vivid, dynamic and refreshing. The fresh snow as well as the clouds add to the value and the impression of the picture. Moreover, these two elements higlight the powerful aspect of the scenery at best.
- gannu (14761)
- [2009-03-02 5:37]
woW, I would love to visit. Hope you can assist me for travel guide. This is a superb shot with lovely snow and beautiful sky with bg blue. Heaven. Ganesh
- siggi (52850)
- [2009-03-02 5:37]
beautiful panorama view of Himalayas.Great compo. nice POV, detail and colour. I like the plain blue sky contrast with the white snow mountain.Great job and TFS.
Best regards Siggi
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-03-02 7:17]
Magnificent landscape.I liked POV,3D effect,exposure and composition a lot.Masterpiece!
Have great week,thanks for posting.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2009-03-02 7:19]
What an impressive photo, specially the Large Version. (Wonderful place to ski (?). That's what I've missed most this year.)
Fantastic DOF, clear colours and composition.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2009-03-02 7:22]
This images defines well the geology and the complexity of such in an area which has so much going on in the macro level and in politics and even perhaps warfare. An unusual blend of emotions. At one time this place beckoned me until my Indian friends talked me out of it...and my back might not have withheld it well...certainly a fine start to a new year in images of this for your photo journals1
- Arjun (7593)
- [2009-03-02 9:29]
Beautiful picture of the great enchanting himalayas. I love these mountain ranges as they are amazing!! I had been to Kedarnath a year back , the nature there was mind blowing.
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-03-02 10:00]
Hi Mr. Ram,
A nice capture of the beautiful Himalayas. Looks fantastic in the LP version. Many thanks for sharing this beautiful view.
- Noisette (7821)
- [2009-03-02 10:37]
superb shot of this majestic mountains, very great point of view, good lighting, beautiful cloudy sky
an excellent capture
- nglen (36145)
- [2009-03-02 11:33]
Hi Ram. Pure beauty which you fine picture shows. First class compostion with good detail in the clouds. well done TFS.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2009-03-02 11:59]
atractiva panorámica y hermoso LP,
buen trabajo saludos amigo.
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2009-03-02 17:35]
What a beautiful panoramic shot of the Western Himalayas.
Once again,very similar to our South Island landscape,but a little bit higher ;)
I was impressed to read that your village is at 7,000 ft asl!
The highest mountains near my home are only just over 7,000 ft
Our highest,M Cook (Aoraki) is 12,319 ft.
You are so lucky to have been born in such an amazing location.
Thanks for sharing this.
- Mana (18598)
- [2009-03-02 20:37]
Hi Ram sir,
majestic scene and you have captured it so beautifully. The clouds covering the icy peaks make the image magical. I would love to be there standing and enjoying these sceneries someday.
- albert (2971)
- [2009-03-03 1:44]
Great panorama on this wonderful landscape, I like the LP photo too
- valy67 (9219)
- [2009-03-03 15:03]
Hello Ram !
I have waited for your Himalay pictures with such impatience, and then you posted this one and I didn't even see it - shame on me ! :-) It's truly an impressive landscape, with those majestic moutains standing at the horizon. Must have been such a great moment for you. I love the vivid colors, and I also like how you have composed the picture, and your POV. Very well done !
- iris (3088)
- [2009-03-05 20:56]
You are lucky to be able to go back to the lap of nature where you rightly belong.It must be an exciting and wonderful journey each time you go back to your village.And this beautiful scene you share tell us every bit about the beauty that you are able to see, live and enjoy for yourself.
The view is breathtaking.The LP version gave a very lovely and detailed view of the snow clad peaks, the hanging clouds, the lovely warm sunlight that is brightening up the snow even more and the blue sky in the BG.One can feel the chill, the fresh air, the nippy breeze ..all around as one takes in the panorama.It is my dream to go visit this wonderful place and feel all of it in real...someday..
Till then it is views such as these that i take delight in....
Pleasure Viewing This
Thanks and Cheers