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Author 'Lpgillet' : It is a Himalayan is removing under our feet, suddenly, without preventing... And before us, Indian, huge and shiny plain extends has infinity... It is every time the same thing, surprise mixed of immense nostalgia: 10: the Torsa Chu has expired in the distance, the air becomes warm, poussiereux and heavy, the noise settles, we are in the Doars... Still a few tens of kilometres and pass the border position, we will be a Jaigaon: the India, another world...: 10:

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> Catherine.huot >Reply Mar 21, 2009
This is the first picture I commented and I find beautiful, exciting, stimulating and soothing at once.
> Cémaphore [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 18, 2009
The picture is not interesting or if there is evidence to try to start with these rags, what do they say: 16:
> Lolote [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 04, 2008
Photo very interesting, but lacks punch !!! I would have kept more of the fabric and the light through if possible, of course !!!
> Marcel >Reply Feb 02, 2008
Your comment is accurate, but then not in a relationship with the image.
You talk to us of an immense plain, and we see a clothes line filled with squares of coloured fabric.
 > Author Lpgillet [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Feb 02, 2008
'the clothes line' are prayer flags that all familiar of the Himalayas, or anyone who has seen a story on the region is experiencing.
I tried to convey a feeling... I never thought that the comment ideal was :'this is a flower, the beautiful butterfly, the beach, ... Etc'... Now, each his own...
For info, the plain is behind and extends from piedmont in the himalayas up to the southern tip of the indian sub-continent.
But hey, I didn't have my tv...
 > Marcel >Reply
Feb 04, 2008
The clothes line was an expression !
You are not the only one to know the Himalayas.
The photo does not interest me, but I've done that the relationship between your comment, which speaks of an immense plain, and what we see on your photo.
It seems to me that you are already a member for some time you could notice that my comments are beyond the scope you mentioned.(the beautiful pap...).
 > Goldwing >Reply
Feb 02, 2008
I know that they are prayer flags, but for others, it is better to specify it. I've seen on the site in the snow-covered mountain, and the emotion was stronger
> Jean-Luc F. >Reply Feb 01, 2008
It's funny, personally I would concentrate on the colorful linens and forgetting the landscape. The bunk does not add much.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 01, 2008
The photo is interesting as a documentary, but it is not worth the great shots of sanctuaries, which thou hast filled so far.
> Tsouret [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 01, 2008
These bits of stuff floating in this landscape are fun, but the picture does not please me much.
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