Friday, October 24, 2008

Two Silhouettes

SkyWatch Friday


Sunrise on the Morning of the Harvest Moon


Samtse Sunset

One evening, we went for a ramble in the little town of Samtse, Bhutan. Up in those hills, the sky seemed so much closer.

Please click on each picture for an enlarged view.
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18 comments:

fishing guy said...

Gowri: Those are two neat captures of the sunrise.

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful....
Please have a very happy weekend—Michelle--
Rambling Woods

Klaus said...

Hello to India from the Skywatch Team! Great images! You're also welcome to check out MyWorld Tuesday!
Cheers, Klaus

Migs CFL fan said...

Very nice photos, you never know what you'll see when you look up. Thanks for sharing!

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

vincibene said...

Gorgeous pictures! I love the colors, so soft!

babooshka said...

Silhouettes rae big favourites of mine. These are so beautiful

Som Mine Dager Er, said...

I hope that I one day can come visit your beautiful country - these are amazing pictures. Thank's for shareing.

Marit

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Wow that first one is really great.

Jack and Joann said...

Nice shot. Your world sounds so exotic or old colonial England! I'll be back for more info on your little corner of the world.

RAJI MUTHUKRISHNAN said...

Very nice

flowergirl said...

Samtse - Isnt that where we went? And isnt it where Bhutan jam is made?!

Lovely pictures!

Torsdag said...

Beautiful silhouettes and nice soft colours in the sky.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Both of these are really nice and I couldn't pick one over the other. Both, great shots!

Lakshmi Bharadwaj said...

Lovely shots...thanks for sharing! Keep watchin the skies!

Anonymous said...

Create another blog dedicated to skywatch.

Anonymous said...

The mandelbrots on the tree on the right on the second pic are just too surreal

Arija said...

Beautiful sky, trees and above all, light.

adi said...

if for nothing else, i'll come again and again for ur profile message...'cos this is what i believe in, this is what i do :)
came here through rambling raji, she linked us together in her november 2 post
happy winters