Fort Nandana situated on the eastern side of the Salt Ranges near Khewra/Pind Dadan Khan is an ancient fort, with a temple perched on top of a 500 foot cliff.
View from a broken wall at the fort, overlooking the Bhaganwala village on the foothill, and far distance the Jehlum river and plains, Al-Biruni, famous Muslim scholar, mathematician, historian, measured the earth circumference (11th Century) from here.
The way this fort is ignored, it will disappear in the next few years.
Best to trek in the cooler months (or early morning) as temperature soars to 45 C+ during summer.
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HimalAnda (10671) 2014-05-12 8:45
Good composition. Well done.
Gaia (54) 2014-05-12 9:37
A beautiful composition, going from the closeup of the 'window' all the way to the hazy horizon...
The halo around the rocky edges framing the horizon does look a little forced - or is it the centre of the horizon which has been darkened?
It doesn't really detract form the overall effect though - well done!
williewhistler (16412) 2014-05-12 12:10
the jagged edges provide a very nice frame to the spectacular landscape beyond.
Nice colours and fine clarity.
divail (8334) 2014-05-12 18:22
J'aime le cadre naturel formé par le rocher. Le petit chemin tortueux attire le regard au loin et crée une belle profondeur. C'est une composition très intéressante.