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Where the mind is at peace

274. Where the mind is at peace
Photo By: Digital Monk
Posted Date: 22nd Sept

Few days back my friend Suzon took me to this place near the locality of Khokana(I’m not able to find the exact name of the place, even on Google maps). There are fields, endless rice fields everywhere you look around the place.
I was surprised to find such a place so close to Kathmandu. It took us just about 30 mins from the city to reach here. I’d give anything to get away from the hustle and bustle of the busy streets of Kathmandu. And this was the perfect place to be.
I will be coming to place in the years to come. It is just a matter of time when this place will be turned into a concrete jungle. And that day this image will no longer be labeled Green day.

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0 thoughts on “Where the mind is at peace

  1. Human eyes are more sensitive to this color green and this is the reason why we feel calm and cool when we view landscape or scenery which is dominated by the color green.

    Digital Monk! It’s a nice landscape picture but yet your composition lacks some ‘point of interest’. Small village house at the top left and red speck in the middle (must be an old village woman, wearing red sari) draw viewer’s attention feebly. I guess portrait of this woman could make some striking shots, as she was wearing red sari which is contrast color with the backdrop of green fields but I have no idea how accessible she was.

    There are some scratch marks (horizontal) in the middle part of the picture. Is it a scanned picture? And yes I have sensed some degree of glossy effect in your pictures, this one and previous ‘waterfall at Tatopani’. Did you use moisturizing filter or some Photoshop touchup?

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