The Indus River is a major river in Asia which flows through Pakistan, India and Tibet. Originating in the Tibetan Plateau in the vicinity of Lake Mansarovar, the river runs a course through the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, towards Gilgit and Baltistan and then flows in a southerly direction along the entire length of Pakistan to merge into the Arabian Sea near the port city of Karachi in Sindh. The total length of the river is 3,180 km (1,980 mi).
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cargus (10474) 2013-11-30 1:59
Interesting capture,a beautiful picture of mountains, good concentration between color, light and clarity, well done picture.!
parvatibb (1387) 2013-11-30 2:07
Beautiful scene! I love the colors. You have all the earth colors.
Enjoy your WE
SNOOP_Chan (4377) 2013-11-30 2:13
Hello my friend, very nice image here. I like the contrast of the dark rocks with the blue sky. Good angle on the shot, showing us a bit of the road. Good take.
trevormoffiet (3112) 2013-11-30 3:08
You have composed this image well making the best presentation of all elements; the sparse but colourful vegetation, the glacial coloured water of the Indus, and the road winding through the desolate, rocky landscape.
yquem46 (38752) 2013-11-30 3:32
seeing the Indus river for the first time when I was in JK was filled with emotion for me
I remember well as shown here its impetuous flow in this vast wilderness
A good shot
Best regards, enjoy the WE
aleXundar (1256) 2013-11-30 3:59
A typical combination of colors of the area. And you have captured it superbly. The sky is really blue -- that we can never get in this part of the country. Nice composition with the road and the river. Feel of Ladakh is evident throughout the frame.
Fis2 (103860) 2013-11-30 4:07
I like POV and composition.
Good colors and light.
willperrett (11658) 2013-11-30 7:31
Despite your highly factual note, I can't help but be swept up in the romance of this scene: the deep blue of the sky, the arid mountains, the icy river... Maybe the inclusion of the road on the right brings me back to earth a bit: I'd have been inclined to frame the shot a little to the left to remove the white line and the tarmac.
Noel_Byrne (33054) 2013-11-30 8:07
The mighty Indus, one of the worlds greatest rivers, and presented in a brand new way. This looks like a magnificent landscape, almost another planet. I love the colors throughout, the blue sky, green wayter and the various tones of the earth and rock. Really lovely capture.
Subhogen (4067) 2013-11-30 19:53
Wow what colors. Khubi sundor. People who have never been to Ladakh might think the colors are overdone but I was fortunate to visit Ladakh and this is really a magical place where you expect the unexpected. Impressive shot of this mighty river framed naturally by the road and the colorful mountains in the BG.
Sonata11 (33971) 2013-11-30 20:24
Very beautiful composition of mountains and surroundings, fantastic management of light, colors, sharpness, clarity and wonderfully framed. Perfectly well done. I like it and tfs.
Have a nice Sunday, Barbara
daddo (27620) 2013-11-30 21:24
Namaste Dwaipayan. A great shot of the mighty Indus in its early stages of life where the air and water are clear.superb sky and impressive topography. Regards. Klaudio.
jcpix (13930) 2013-12-04 19:53
You've really managed to come across some wonderful, clear blue skies. Even without any contrasting clouds, it has really made each image come alive with bright light and color. Speaking of which, I'm loving the different shades of color here. The somewhat subtle, earthy tones of the mountains in contrast to the turquoise water and that sky is beautiful.
Nice placement of the river too, it's made for a easy to follow lead into the depth of the image as a whole. The purpleish hue of the mountains on the right is quite intriguing as well. Nature has provided the material, and you've done well to showcase it! :)
jmdias (67157) 2013-12-26 0:08
very nice details of this save area where the famous big river isn't so large. this road in the edge of the river makes me remember the landscape of rio santa, in peru. TFS