2 famous mountain ranges across Nepal..the Himalyas and the Annapurna
Where is this located and why the intense blue? Is this with your M8?
This is a stunning set of overlays of mountains. I hope you are getting enough overlapping adjacent shots to make some Panoramas! We have a new Panorama Photgraphy section and such a layered mountain range would lend itself to such ultra-wide photography and also 360 degree views.
You must have felt like you'd woken in heaven! What I would give for a window with a view like that - amazing! What wonderful memories you must have from this trip....
Stunning, Fahim- simply stunning. Was this done on the M8?
Nepal is on my list. Seeing your images serves only to raise it up a few notches!
Wendy (currently in Amman, shooting like a madwoman)
Amman remains one of my favorite cities- it has great character, there is something for everyone here, and it's off the worn tourist beat. The Shmeisani, Abdali, and Abdoun areas are starting to look enormously like Dubai, however. I spent the afternoon in old Amman around the Roman Amphitheatre shooting with the D700 and the 14-24. The subdued lighting today should make for some interesting images.Wendy, thanks for your comments.
D700 + zeiss 35/2 handheld; slight crop and alien skin kodachrome 25 filter.
I don't see anything "graphic" that might offend or shock any one, but I guess your wife sees this from a different point of view. Is this in any way these images might be "desecration of the body" as viewed from your own culture? I look at the images as beautiful aspects of devotion to ones family and making a satisfactory "goodbye".