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  • Framed

    Pangong lake (15000 ft), Ladakh, India, The high altitude grass-land lake appeared at a distance framed by mountains on all sides. If it hadn't been for the timely alert from our knowledgable guide, I would have missed the shot.

    Parallel lines seen over the far shoreline are watermarks left behind by past lake levels

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    Last edited by sunny; 09-09-2022, 12:47 PM.

  • #2
    Incredible colours Sunny, reminds me somewhat of Death Valley in California. Minus the water of course
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    • sunny
      sunny commented
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      Thanks. You must be referring to Artist Palette in Death Valley. Once in a while DV gets a lot of rain (like this year) when some low regions can look like a lake.

    • Grumpy John
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      I was thinking of Zabriskie Point.

    • sunny
      sunny commented
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      Zabriskie Point, that is my favourite spot. Great to photograph at sunrise.
      Last edited by sunny; 03-09-2022, 03:58 AM.

  • #3
    Amazing contrast between the hills and lake. The colour in the lake initially grabs your attention and the foreground slopes lead your eye back there again.
    Alan W

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    • sunny
      sunny commented
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      Much appreciated Alan. To my knowledge no one has taken a shot of this scene and that is surprising (there are lots of shots of the lake from other locations). This image has been published in other forums and also in a US photography magazine. Thought of sharing the image here.

    • Grumpy John
      Grumpy John commented
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      Glad that you shared it here, it is a stunning image.

  • #4
    Lovely shot of a lovely area. Really great colour there!

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    • sunny
      sunny commented
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      Much appreciated.

  • #5
    Gosh, it took a few seconds to work out what I was looking at, but when I did, it was a wow photo...Excellent stuff..:-))

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    • sunny
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      Thank you.

  • #6
    10/10 from me sunny. Those angles and colours are splendid. Great place for photos.
    It would be a great image to see when you booked into a luxury hotel.
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    • sunny
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      Thanks mate. I did get that framed and put on the wall of my living room. Saw a lot of visitors from down under in that region.
      Last edited by sunny; 07-09-2022, 10:58 AM.

  • #7
    Really like the layers and all of the colors. Nice shot.
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    • sunny
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      Thanks

  • #8
    good work on this one. well spotted and executed. I likie how the lines lead into this pic as well. good work
    Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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      Thank you.
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