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Thread: a view of Siang River

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    Default a view of Siang River

    Yarlung Tsangpo in Tibet, Siang in Arunachal, Brahmaputra in Assam & Padma in Bangladesh. shot taken with 400D with full auto & landscape mode. a foot suspension bridge is faintly seen.
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    Nice view of the river. The blue water looks nice. The light seems a bit harsh, early morning or late evening light would have given a nice feel to the image. Thanks for sharing.
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    An amazing river. One of the wonders and our country is blessed to have it. Sadly, projects are imminent to rip this river's habitat apart.

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    Lovely Landscape.This mighty river is facing mighty onslaught.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Nice scene. Never seen such blue waters in a river. Agree about the harsh light.
    TFS

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    Actually, the Bramhaputra flows into Bangladesh as Jamuna. Jamuna then flows down and merges with Padma which is a tributary of Ganga (or Ganges). Padma then flows and meets Meghna which flows into the Bay of Bengal.

    Sad that this river is going to die due to numerous dams planned by China and India.

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