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Old Jan 8, 2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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On a recent trip to Ahobilam in Andhra Pradesh, India:





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Old Jan 8, 2012, 12:21 PM   #2
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Beautiful places Rahu!! Good job.
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Raghu, I like both pics, but the first one made me pause and think. My story would be

"Something woke me up this morning. I know not what, just that it did. I made a cup of coffee, went out back, and was greeted by this sight. In the distance, I heard a bird, the type unknown to me, calling out, as if lamenting the passing of the solitude, and the coming of the new day. The moment was fleeting, and I drank it all in as I drank my coffee, and was grateful I could be a witness to all this."
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I like #2 (dusk?) very much. I also think the distance hills and trees really beautiful in #1, although the fence is a bit distracting.
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Thank you. Robert, thank you for your thoughts. That's almost what I was feeling too. I was taking in this sight for almost half an hour. Saly, you're right. I thought of cloning the fence out, but that was too much of a trouble with so many poles around, so I just left them to be.
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