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    CANON 60D
    CANON 18-55 MM IS
    ISO. 250
    SS. 1/800
    F. f/6.3

    full frame,in Munnar,Kerala
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    Nice location & beautifully captured. Feel like being there.TFS

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    The scene is beautifully captured especially with the tea gardens in the fore ground .One is certainly inspired to visit this place.Thanks for sharing.

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    Good composition. The tea gardens and the river flowing through the hills look nice. Wish the light was less harsh, to get soft colours. Slight less space at the bottom for a pano composition would also look good. Thanks for sharing.

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    I love the composition, beautifully recorded. Thanks for sharing

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    hi abhirup, hills, grasses, woods, river and tea plantation along with blast of green makes it a very soothing image to keep on looking at it. did you have any animal sightings there. i read somewhere that tea gardens are like green desert unable to sustain wild life (tough real deserts are marvelous at it).

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    Sorry for the late reply,you are right Mr. Shrivastave that this tea gardens are not a natural vegetation for the local wild life like elephants,but I saw one very close by the road near Mattupetty dam.I will post that later.

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    The blue in the distance looks nice. You can try pulling up the shadows and lowering the contrast a bit. That might strengthen the image.

    The amount of pesticides used is making this place unhabitable for a lot of species. Thanks for sharing.
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    Sabyasachi

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    Very serene... I've been planning to go here

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