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Ki Monastery

By hairymonkey
This image was taken whilst Trekking in Spiti in the Indian Himalaya, and is the residence of the Dalai Lama during his stay in the region. I was not lucky enough to see him on this occasion... But, maybe next time! :o)

Tags: Buildings Monastery India Trekking Landscape and travel Himalaya Spiti

Voters: andrewrit, rockfish, RonnieAG and 9 more

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rockfish 8 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2010 10:33PM
Nice image, great colour and comp - wow, what a place that is - well taken.

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hairymonkey 8 3 1 Wales
10 Mar 2010 10:41PM
Thank's rockfish. I know it's off the beaten track a bit and not your normal holiday destination, but if you ever get the chance....Take it, I can promise you, no image can do it justice.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
10 Mar 2010 10:47PM
So nice to see shots from a completely different part of the world from one's own and this one could not be further from mine. Mountainous areas and landscapes from them have always fascinated me, and this shot is no exception. It is a very well balanced image, packed with detail and showing the nature of the terrain so well. Excellent work.
saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
10 Mar 2010 11:12PM
Brilliant detail wonderful colours a cracking capture.
hairymonkey 8 3 1 Wales
10 Mar 2010 11:14PM
Thanks for your kind comments Ronnie..... Much appreciated. :o)
hairymonkey 8 3 1 Wales
10 Mar 2010 11:19PM
Cheers Saeid... Kind words as always... ;o) As I have said in an earlier reply, if you ever get the chance to visit this stunning part of the world.....Go. You won't regret it....
11 Mar 2010 10:23AM
Great shot - well taken


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