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warmth unknown

By tashi
Another shoot from Mestia Svaneti, (Republic of Georgia); the Caucasus range has its own charm and I must say I was lucky to capture the pleasant warmth of the July sun!

Tags: Landscape Nature Countryside Warmth Landscape and travel Mestia

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19 Sep 2010 5:27AM
Beautiful landscape!Well taken.

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tashi 6 2
20 Sep 2010 4:47AM

Quote:Beautiful landscape!Well taken.

Thank u for your encouraging comments. I also went to your portfolio and was very much impressed by your shoots. The Seagull is close to my heart and one of my favourite book is "Jonathan Livingstone Seagull" by Richard Bach. Sadly, these birds are not found in our part of the world!!!
20 Sep 2010 8:13AM
Welcome to ephoto.
I initially thought of some place in Himachal,or Leh in India.

But it is so serene.
21 Sep 2010 12:26PM
WELL TAKEN
27 Sep 2010 6:58AM
I like it: the shot and the place!!
jb2010 6 England
28 Sep 2010 2:34PM
Pleasing image. You are fortunate to live in a country with such stunning scenery.
tashi 6 2
29 Sep 2010 5:54AM

Quote:Pleasing image. You are fortunate to live in a country with such stunning scenery.


Thanks for your comment. It is a beautiful place but I don't live here. I was simply a visitor. The Caucasus range is truly beautiful and has lots of interesting places to see and enjoy. Meanwhile, I would also say my place is equally beautiful..... I'm from Sikkim, one of the Himalayan States of India. Sikkim is a small state and is famous for its scenic beauty and lovely orchids.
jabe 5 10 4 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2010 7:15PM
great shot,i love orchids,and have also read Johnathan Livingstone seagull and what a true spiritual story.Have you heard of Sai Baba? if i have spelt it correctly,you are very lucky coming from the top of the world.Being borne close to the stars i believe makes you far more aware of where the human race and the cosmos come from.
In 1973 i was in the Malay jungle with the army,i loved the place as it was full of Orchids hanging off the trees.That was in jungle coverd mountains,that run up the centre of Malaysia to the Thai border.

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