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A fanciful presentation.
A yearning to be there.
O.K. Scotty…… Beam me down ……. NOW !
Beautiful picture 🙂
I just want to walk down there amongst the rocks to the waters edge and watch the shadows lengthen, hear the crows caw and listen to the sounds as night comes on.
I went to Tungabhadra many years back. I like it. Super shot..
Did you smell the moist earth. Did you stop and listen. Did you watch the shadows lengthen.
Did you breath in, and know that you were alive.
I weep for times past and times yet to come.
Yes, i did. Photography, for me, is a way to connect with the earth, the wind..
Then all is well with you and your world……
Thanks.. Without this, photography is empty technique.
That is quite a collection of boulders, John…and quite a placement along and among the water. I like the golden hue cast by the setting sun on the rocks, too.
And I understand those yearnings…today is the 25th of October and it’s going to be 93 degrees here in the desert…I am so longing for the cooler mountains of my former home…waaay up north. 🙂
The ongoing and persistent heat can sap the creative will, Scott of that I’m sure. If I had a magic wand…….
As you have probably realised, India is a place I’ve grown to love and this place in particular is one I would regularly return to.
Yes, I have gathered by now that you adore India and would be there as often as you could…and yes, too…if only we had our magic wands…..
Hmm, my magic wand seems to have lost its power of late…….
Yours and mine both….
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