Aerial Ladakh from 40,000 feet ASL
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-08-19 6:19]
Never mind the dark spot on the pane, Subhash. It is a breath-taking view which I too saw in 1988 but could not record it since I had no camera then.
Thanks for sharing this great view from your archive.
- robindb (1420)
- [2008-08-19 7:01]
A very impressive view that you have shown us here but it looks much too cold for us guys from Africa. Thanks for the info as well. One can only wonder at the forces of nature when seeing something like this.
- John_F_Kennedy (3684)
- [2008-08-19 7:23]
Lovely landscape and scenery. I like the composition, your POV, colours and exposure handling.
- lousat (65489)
- [2008-08-19 9:01]
Hi Subhash,this is wonderfull,a great spectacle. I see many times the Alps from the sky but a beauty like that is surely better!! My best compliments,beautifull shot,have a nice day,Luciano
- satish_h (7630)
- [2008-08-19 10:01]
ooooooo La La. beautiful image my friend. This is a dream chance to photograph Ladakh from plane. I had taken similar one in Nepal Himalayas, but this one seems to be much better.
- fragman (43778)
- [2008-08-19 11:30]
amazing landscape! it must be almost inaccessible, TFS Ori
- cicindela (9226)
- [2008-08-19 11:34]
Very nice picture with amazing POV. I like a lot this "bird view" :>
Nice details, sharpness and colouration too.
TFS and best regards from Poland!
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-08-19 12:47]
I once saw Alive...the story of a Uruguayan plane that crashed in the Andes ...and they survived in the wilderness mountains but only a few and only under some very strange circumstances.
Your image reminds me much of that movie..but worse..it is even larger than SA. It is like forever...It would take a man a lifetime to walk from end of the image to the other..and that would be only if there were some trail which I am certain there is not...unless some wise old Sanyasin figured out how to time warp...Fine image Dr! I really like it for its vast loneliness!
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2008-08-19 19:19]
hello dr. sab,
this is another view which i have never dreamt to see. this aerial view looks so nice, liked the composition,
tfs & regards