The Youngest of All: for Mario
- zetu (16941)
- [2010-01-03 4:40]
Wonderful landscape...thanks for sharing
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2010-01-03 7:21]
Geographically speaking, many professional seismologists believe this will be the heart of the worlds next greatest quake. While it is somewhat quiet, it holds much pent up energy ready to become kinetic at a time none know. Your image gives this notion much power. The sun adds a dramatic touch,almost revealing some of the range mystery!
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2010-01-03 7:48]
another of your great Mountain Landscape Photographys,
with your fine POV you are dominating the Mountains,
i love the cold colour tones effect of your photo, TFS
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-01-03 7:51]
The first thought springing to mind is "Where were you, when you took this photo?" I assume in your plane (I read your intro...)
It is a view, few of us have seen or will ever have a chance to photograph.
So, truly THANK YOU FOR SHARING, and I add this impressive photo to my theme "Our Planet".
You did a fantastic job. It is ALWAYS difficult to take photos through the windows of a plane - even at low altitude - and usually, the results are hazy and/or the colours unnatural due to the tinted windows.
The crest of the mountain chain is sharp against the sky, and the few clouds add interest to the image.
A glorious image - beautifully presented.
Best wishes from South Africa
- livius (1639)
- [2010-01-03 11:58]
a truly beautiful landscape where colors, contrasts and light are all optimally balanced.
Very interesting notes.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2010-01-04 0:05]
Very beautiful landscape again.Excellent DOF,details and framing.Very well done!.Have a great week!
Thanks for posting..
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2010-01-10 10:56]
"DEAR" Dr. Ranjan,
Only today I've had a "breather" from my daily schedules to "work" for my beloved Mother-in-law who lays in the Hospice bed awaiting her MAKER.
I CANNOT thank you enough for the bounties you have been showering on this MOST UNWORTHY friend & pupil of yours. Am not even worth to tie your shoe laces... that's how deeply I feel about myself in comparison to you. And, here you are givig me "GIFTS" one after another.
To me you are PRICELESS... very few people know the work you are doing for mankind.... you are one of the most humble medical doctor scientist
I've ever known.
Hope & pray that my beloved India & its population someday are able to see even half of what I've seen in you.
Much love from this your servant,