|Copyright: Arjun Haarith (Arjun)
|Date Taken: 2015-07-26|
|Camera: Nikon D7100|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2015-08-09 7:25|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
I had recently been on a trek to Kurinjikallu / Kurinjal peak (which is one of the lesser known peaks in the Kudremukh range). These hill ranges are home to the endemic Neela Kurinji flower that grows once in 12 years.
As usual, my trek has been exported in the form of a blog with some pictures and information in it.
Please read the same and let me know your views about it.
There are two parts in the blog:
1) Trek to Kurinjal peak
2) Trek to Gangamoola and Soothanabbi falls
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As I have already observed, this is the the perfection of flowing water imagery at slow shutter speed, Arjun.
You deserve unreserved accolades for this beautiful creation.
Thanks and bravo again!
- [2015-08-09 7:49]
I like this shot very much, a beautiful place and you captured it with such a nice silky-water-effect.
- [2015-08-09 9:32]
Hi Arjun,a magic place in a magic pic,great silk effect made the long time of exposure on the water,impressive perspective too,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Well composed and well taken. Like
- [2015-08-09 19:52]
Your slow shutter speed worked magic on this beautiful waterfall scene. The lighting seems to have illuminated the silky smooth falling water wonderfully. Well saturated colors and sharply focused throughout entire frame.
Ciao Arjun, great view of fantastic waterfall, superb exposure, splendid light and wondrrful natural colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio