We arrived at Chitwan National Park via Rapti River and in a dugout canoe.
Chitwan National Park is at the foot of the Himalayas and is in the south of Nepal close to the border with India. It was the hunting reserve for the kings of Nepal until 1974 when it was declared a National Park and all hunting was banned. It is 932 square kilometres in size and is home to the world's largest population of the one-horned rhinoceros. In 1984 it was declared a World Heritage Site.
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Gessle (70) 2008-09-23 5:55
A nice pic!
Great composition with a man on the left and the space in the right. I like the colour of the water - mudy and looks warm.
Moody pic. Good POV.
fanni (14381) 2008-09-23 11:36
a thoughtful man; who knows what he's thinking about while looking at something invisible to us? He looks so serious.
I like the way you captured his posture. The lighting is a bit too contrast but, imho, it's OK.
I like the colour of the water! it looks so incredibly real! I wish I could touch it.
Very nice hazy mountains in the distance....
syrus_persia (2270) 2008-09-23 23:11
The good composition.I like your colors.
Thany's for note.
Stepan (27210) 2008-10-07 23:00
It's the close pov I enjoy here. Makes me feel like being there, on the boat, with the guy... Off centering was a really good choice too.
foozi (7101) 2009-04-11 5:34
excellent pose and brilliant use of light to depict the composition of the rower. The beauty of the backgrond landscape is very lovely. it seems so calm and peaceful.
well composed shot.
jmdias (60014) 2009-07-05 8:01
it is a different vision of nepal, it looks like a vision from amazon forest or something like this. beautiful soft light and the way you positioned the personage and the landscape in the background. well done