10 September 2009

Panorama of East

This exquisite panorama was captured at Buddhangala near Ampara. I have seldom seen a view so vast yet so clear.

Please click the image to enlarge it. More similar views from the same venue are uploaded here.


Unknown said...

WOW! What a wonderful panorama with a never ending view. An excellent shot.
Greetings from Germany Steven D!

poefusion said...

this is a really nice panorama. i enjoyed looking at your other pictures too. that big white thing in one picture looks like a bell to me. what is it? have a great day.

rainfield61 said...

I fully agreed with you after enlarging the picture.

Harshi said...

Wow.. that's an amazing view! Almost like Tantirimale, but there seem to be more trees here than out there. =D

Great capture!

Janith said...

that's a wonderful pic K! I particularly like the paddy fields stretching out in the distance! :D

James said...

This is a wonderful photo. You live in such a beautiful place.

clo said...

beautiful point of view...i love the infinity horizon...compliments...:o)

Álvaro said...

Beautiful landscape! Your last photo is also fantastic with this misty atmosphere.
Greetings from Spain.

Anonymous said...

Buddhangala is a very magical place. The access road by bike from Ampara is wonderful.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Beautiful Panorama, K.... All I can say is Wow!!!! Thanks!

Sunny said...

Amazing! You can see for miles and miles.
Sunny :)

Unknown said...

What a vast country.

betchai said...

a vast peaceful setting, i hope to one day be able to do panorama pictures too

Amila Salgado said...

Enlarged pic revealed the beauty. I'd like to go there someday.

George said...

What a beautiful panorama! I think I would want to stay there. I really like the picture in your slide show with the mountain tops above the mist.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Steven D!,
Greetings from Sri Lanka!, Yep that was a never ending view..

That big white thing in one picture does look like a bell! It is called a Chethiya, stupa or Dagobo and it is a sacred place of worship found in any Buddhist temple. This particular dagabo is made like a bell! You can find more details of Sri Lankan dagabos in this post by Harumi.

Yes I did not attach the original picture which is about 4MB; still this resized image shows a lot of details.

I would be able to give some details about Thanthirimale soon. Yes, the view is very similar to Thanthirimale.

The fields look very nice from there. I particularly like this picture with fields + ‘wewa’

It is a beautiful area, but this particular place lies about 250km away from where I live :)

Yep the horizon look infinite…:)

Yep that was taken in the hillcountry and completely different climate and geography.

Yep I could not do a bike trip there but as you said it would be a very good ride. In fact I wanted to go there, after seeing one of your posts on the same place some time back :)

Yep, it is a fascinating view from there. You really get that wow feeling :)

Yep, it is miles and miles of never ending view :)

The country is not that big..I would say medium size island! But there are many places like this where you can see a good half of the entire country :)

Definitely you can do panorama pictures here. I must learn that sometime :)

You will love the view and this peaceful surrounding for sure!

Yep, I too like that picture. I shall bring you more photos of this area soon!

Thanks all for your wonderful comments!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks Rajesh!

mommythecook said...

Gorgeous Gorgeous Gorgeous....! AS USUAL ! :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks Mommythecook :)

Jane said...

A very beautiful view, I really like it!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks Jane!

eileeninmd said...

Wow, what a beautiful panorama! The scenery looks like it goes on forever. Thanks for sharing your lvoely scenic Sunday.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks for your comments and it is my pleasure :)