generally indians when they go to the himalayas,consider their trips unfulfilled unless they see some of the famous snow capped peaks.therefore the monsoons or the rainy season is not their favorite season to go to the himalayas.also the terrain becomes more risky in that season.
but my take is who cares if i see the famous himalayan peaks or not,if i can see views like these.and the set up n view changes every second with the floating clouds all around me.
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krzychu30 (15510) 2013-11-15 2:48
truly breath-taking view!
To have all these clouds beneath your feets must be a great feeling.
Excellently composed and presented to us!
Have a nice day
timecapturer (49288) 2013-11-15 3:41
a stunning shot this. I love the composition and a real feeling of being on top of the world. So beautiful and it must be even more awesome to see first hand. Amazing!
Have a good weekend - B.
williewhistler (14791) 2013-11-15 5:13
with the look of a watercolour painting the spectacular view of the clouds rolling through the mountainside is quite breathtaking.
Best wishes Les.
Nicou (125180) 2013-11-15 5:54
avec ce drapeau jaune quelle compo e tiamge sueprbe quelle vue et image cette brume ces couches de nuages comme des vague quel effet et captage.
bravo et amitiť
holmertz (42815) 2013-11-15 7:52
A fantastic scenery captured in fine colours and lights. The prayer flag is very well placed.
abmdsudi (44800) 2013-11-16 6:20
This is a beautiful hi-altitude shot with the parched foreground leading to the distant lush makes this appeal to me very much. The wonderful cloud scape creates all the drama to this panoramic shot in natural colours, and clarity is well control too, Well done, Congrats
Subhogen (4065) 2013-11-16 7:34
Great shot in pastel colors. Excellently done in gloomy weather with available light.
everlasting (14694) 2013-11-17 2:44
it is certainly an atmospheric time of the year and this composition conveys this fact excellent. The prayer flag is a great detail.