Angshu (56186) 2015-04-20 5:14
The blue of the lake is similar to those we encountered in Ladakh in North India...did not get the snow, though if I go there post October I am sure it would be the same. The light on the portion of white makes this mesmerizing along with the pin point of the man...makes us understand the grandness of the landscape scale!
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-20 5:07
Glad you could make it to Bundi...a small town more often than not overlooked by tourists. You are the second tourist I managed to coax to visit this wonderful town, the first being my good friend Andre...your fellow countryman. He has a few gems from Bundi posted here...the first of them
Cheers & Have a great week
PS : Thanks for the title...though I wish I could have met you both
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 1:19
The blue of the pebbles is worth the little saturation..
The vertical frame and your composition brings stong graphic effect thanks to the pebbles...which leads our eyes to the lady with the blue scarf. The BG with the sea and the hills are beautiful as well.
Wonder why the stones re blue in colour...cannot think of anything except a volcanic origin of these rocks/stones underneath the ocean!
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 1:15
We can see the Ottoman houses on the left..
3 sec exposure...where did you keep the camera?
Nice perspective and the blue hour sky tops the picture well.
Good picture from the Black Sea coast city
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 1:08
People discard the old Buddha statues around the trees...we have seen the same in Chiang Mai as well. This is a banyan tree with trrots providing crevices for the staues to be kept...I Laos there's a cave (Pak Ou) dedicated to such Buddha statues!
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 1:01
I would tend to believe that your trysts with the blue hours are not just fortunate moments, but preciseness of your timing!
This is awonderful shot of the famous cathedral...with the tip touching the top part of the frame...
I liked the framing with the barren branches of the tree on the right. The blue hour sky and the lit up cathedral compliment each other beautifully!
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 0:50
A momentous post (1000th)...an incredible achievement and a fine shot to commemorate...that you have dedictaed this shot to the victims of the bizarre crash is worth applauding!
Congratulations for this milestone & we wish to see the next 100 posts from you of the same superb quality!
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 0:47
Superb reflection of the Chaukhamba on the wwaters of the crystal clear Deoria Tal. Snow was still around as I see at ground level...in summers, after May, this snow will melt away.
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 0:44
Nepal has quite a few Durbar squares and the one at Patan/Lalitpur (interestingly in India, we have towns of the same name) is quite famous...perhaps equally as the one in the capital city.
The multi tiered roofs mimic the merus of the temples in Bali...the concept must be the same.
Interesting daily life around...am sure is the same today except for the attire!
Interesting to see the guy with the black bag bearing the now defunct British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) logo
Angshu (56186) 2015-04-16 0:16
Thanks first to share with us scnes form your country, not commonly seen.
I like this composition...well framed by the tree on the left and the bell tower shading a dome in the BG. The window in the FG fall is interesting in its dereliction. The moon is a great addition as well!
Very nice work!