Also taken in Suan Hin Pha Ngam and just a little different from my first post of this place.
Suan Hin Pha Ngam, also known as the "Thai Kunming". Not so famous among western tourists, as far as I could notice, it's a 230-280 million year old limestone park, that reminds us of Kunming, in China.
The best way to visit this park is to go on a trek with one of their guides. They take us through caves and narrow passages through the rocks. In some places we need to crawl to pass and there are signs indicating the presence of snakes along the paths, but the park is really incredible and it has some really unique places.
This is one of the passages between the rocks!
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bukitgolfb301 (33540) 2012-12-05 16:34
Hi dear Ana
Sorry for my no response for several days due to my short photo expeditionary. Just come back and I will ctach up sonnest.
Greates framework shot by your own originality.
Very sharp and clear image indeed by close up the main object of the top point perfectly. Color touch is so nice and comfortable. Great contrast of shade and light. Thank you for your sharing with your best shot and have a good day!
Takero from Tokyo
ACL1978 (6871) 2012-12-05 16:57
Wonderful POV, Ana - both this one and your previous post from here, though I think I like the shape and composition of this one more. The poles on the wall create wonderful guidelines leading the eye right to the bright green center here; great sense of height and perspective.
Nicou (109828) 2012-12-06 2:04
superbe vue de bas en haut avec cet éclairage sur la végétation très impressionnant avec ces racines qui tombent superbe.
Bravo et amitié
Sergiom (49094) 2012-12-06 6:24
J'aime beaucoup cette composition. On a vraiment l'impression que l'image sort de terre pour éclater dans la lumière et la verdure.
marina7 (7801) 2012-12-06 11:10
this looks like a wild place and I like this upward perspective from shadow into light. Good depth and colors, interesting details.
bayno (18340) 2012-12-07 5:55
framing by a sore neck, very nice contrast, light and perfectly managed a nice shade of green, very beautiful...have a good WE...
Noel_Byrne (16307) 2012-12-08 9:35
Very nie POV, I could not tell from the thumbnail what way this was looking. An impressive place to say the least, and your note adds a nice element to it, in how it is to get here. That makes the photo so much more unique. I love that you have captured the rock and forest in such even amounts.
All the best
Indrasish (2535) 2013-08-04 9:48
Great shot here.. Like the composition and the perspective.. Wonderful POV.. Also i like the source of light.. Excellent light management and a superb image quality.. Also an informative note.. Very well done..
Happy friendship day from India..