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  1. Mansi

    Mansi TPF Noob!

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    .. is it ? ;)
    yay to the new forum :mrgreen:
    here's my contribution...
    a few pics i just dug out... shot on my nikon film cam and scanned.. i miss shooting film :( i miss shooting realllly
    wanted to share em with you guys
    shot on my trek up north, this summer

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    and one on canon, digital...
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    thanks for looking:)
     
  2. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Wow Mansi the first picture has pop to it, good scanning job on a well composed picture. You must have been on a pretty high elevation? Breath taking pictures. Next TPF meetup should be on your turf.
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    my jaw dropped 4 floors downstairs... wow
     
  4. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Great variety here mansi. :) High altitude shots are hard to expose well due to the high contrast; brighter sun darker shadows. You've done well considering you shot film and had no way to chek your final outcome.
    The first one stands out compositionally due to the balance of angles and colour but all of them have a certain quality making for an interesting series.

    Sign me up for the TPF meet in Delhi :mrgreen: ;) :lol:
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first is so beautiful that I just lack the words!

    (A pity that I can't make my dad join this forum, hard enough to prod my sister into making an appearance on here every now and again! He was trekking the Himalayas in 1997 - at 67 years of age! - and took himself up onto 5.545 metres ... which is 18.187 ft, so my conversion table book says. He is hiding some wow-y photos in his albums, too).

    Wonderful contribution to this landscape forum, and when you have seen my photos on the "Country Asparagus", you will know why anything mountainous fascinates me to no end! ;)
     
  6. Mansi

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    wow thanks guys im glad you liked them :)

    Thanks John... this was at about 13000 feet :) phew
    you guys must consider india as a venue for any further tpf meets.. its wonderfull.. so much variety! thanks for looking john

    :blushing: Thanks Mentos...

    Thanks mucho JonK... well you're on that list.. anyone else? :greenpbl: :lol:

    aw thanks Corinna :mrgreen: :blushing:
    well this was at an altitude of 13000feet and a few people in the group had health problems hence we did not continue up further.
    your dad at 67! and at 18000+ feet! WOW.. that is some kind of achievement.. having gone there i know how tough it gets.. it's a great achievement to have gotten to that kind of height... love to see some of his photos.. oh do tell him to post Corinna :)

    Thanks a lot everyone for your kind words :) :hug::
     
  7. Randog

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    Wow! All very beautiful shots Mansi, Great job
     
  8. dalebe

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    wow cool shots mansi! in every sense of the word :thumbup:
     
  9. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    the learning never ends!! Thanks JonK

    Mansi.. so pretty these are, and what an athlete you must be, these mountians do look a bit like our Canadian Rockies.. and your mountains are so spectacular.. wonderful shots!
     
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    First one is cool.

    Is it from Kashmir?
     
  11. M @ k o

    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Breath taking Mansi. Beautiful photos. So crisp feeling as well looking.
     
  12. Mansi

    Mansi TPF Noob!

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    danalec- nopes.. not quite kashmir...a few thousand feet up from Manali, if you know that
    raymond -
    lmao :lol: no ways!
    Thanks very much randog, dalebe, danalec , raymond and M@ko.. your comments, as always are much appreciated :D
     

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