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|I wrote with my previous picture that my wife and I tried to do a rough mountain journey from my town Jammu to my native place in Himachal Pradesh state contiguous to where I live. The effort proved futile since the rough dirt road beyond a high pass got blocked by a landslide and we had to turn around.|
On the morning of our second day of journey, I took this picture from the tourist resort we were staying in at Bhaderwah town. The morning was a bit cloudy and the light was dull. Though this area does not have Himalayan mountains dominating the horizon, we can see a bit of them to the north east. I had to use my 18-200mm lens in zoom mode to take a closer view of them and enhance contrasts to show them better than the wooded ridge in the foreground.
Hope you like it.
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- [2017-07-10 9:26]
You have given us just a tiny glimpse of the Himalayan Mtns. and even it is quite impressive. Snow capped as I would have expected and jutting straight up with their jagged edges. Your 18-200MM lens performed wonderfully for you. Well done!!
A beautiful scene. Very nice composition
I like this mountain images with high peaks covered with snow. Amazing landscapes.
- [2017-07-12 9:22]
Hi Ram,a lovely view of the mountains of your last trip,i like a lot the atmopshere and the great exposure of the different light levels,not easy,well done! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano