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Thread: What is Beyond that Wall of Mountains....

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    Default What is Beyond that Wall of Mountains....

    These grasslands are in the Agastyamalai Biosphere Reserve.Those mountains look intimidating while you trek and one would be curious to know what is beyond those wall of mountains.....

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    Nice composition. I liked the monsoon feel. The greenery is nice. I would have liked a bit more on the top to see more of the clouds. Thanks for sharing.
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    I agree that more space at the top would have been good with all those clouds hovering over those unique shapes of the mountains. Without the mud at the lower right corner the composition would be better. I agree that trekking in this place would give you some very nice compositions. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful scene. Agree about the suggestions regarding the compo. Look forward to more images of this place.

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    Nice scene here. Agree with the comments made. Wish you could have avoided the water droplet on the lens in the top right part of the frame.
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    Bibhav Behera
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