Weekly Photo Challenge: Abundance

By: Kamakshi

Feb 27 2011

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Category: Challenges, Landscapes

11 Comments

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:5.35mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/320 sec
Camera:DSC-W110

Nainital in the snow clad region of Uttarakhand, India offers the most amazing scenes of natural beauty and life, and is also a thriving hub for excellent education. This photo depicts the abundance of existence in a location perched high up on a hilly region!

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11 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Abundance”

  1. Oh ! Great picture !
    Where is this place in India ?

    And, thank you for your”Like” on my post.

  2. Lovely photo, Kamakshi. It certainly does look abundant and like it gives the abundant life.

    • Thank you for your kind words:)

      I took this pic en-route the Nainital Zoo, which is one of the highest altitude zoo’s in all of India (may be in all of Asia too but i can’t be too sure of that really!)

      I loved your intepretation of refuge, although as much as i love my profession, i would love to see less of my work desk 😦 sigh, guess some things come as a part of the bargain!

  3. Looks like an awesome place to visit some day!

  4. I wish I got an opportunity to be in Nainital or Kullu Manali
    Nice photo

  5. Nice picture. I have never been to North India (sadly)… the farthest I have gone to is Mumbai with most of time being spent on Bangalore’s streets 🙂

    • You should plan a visit…i have fond memories of bangalore,sadly I was too young to pursue a hobby in photography back then…i hope our humble home town mumbai gave you some great memories too 🙂


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