27 March 2010

Towards Laxapana Continued

This was also taken on the way to Laxapana but before coming to this place.

Click the image and enlarge it for a better view. Then you will see Laxapana falls like a small white thread in the middle of the picture, with Saptha Kanya as the backdrop.


Janith said...

Beautiful! Laxapana looks awesome from afar as well! :)

P.s. Love what you've done with the header! :D

Loshini said...

Great capture K! :)

Wouldn't have noticed Laxapana if you hadn't pointed it out

The lush green in the front and misty mountains in the background are gorgeous..

Anonymous said...

Kinda misty!
I love the waterfalls.

Rainfield said...

This is my favourite colour.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Yes you can see the falls from far faraway.
Glad you like the header. I just put a slideshow in the header.. the resolution is not that great! that is the negative side.

Yes lush greenery and misty mountains nothing is more beautiful to me. I had to point it out as the fall is far faraway.:)

Glad you like it!

Yes it is a lovely colour!

Thanks all for your comments!

George said...

Your picture with this post is absolutely gorgeous, especially when enlarged. I can't decide if I like the mist-shrouded mountain or the waterfall the best. It's just a fantastic picture.

Penny Says said...

nice slideshow..:)love the picture tooo

Me-shak said...

This is a amazing picture! I love the green in it! super work K! the clouds far away are divine!!!


betchai said...

love the fogginess in this picture.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Laxapana waterfalls' beauty is magnified due to nearby Saptha Kanya mountain range. Thanks a lot for your comments! :D

Glad you like it. Thanks!

Cloud filled Saptha Kanya is a treat to watch on any day!
Thanks a lot for your comments.

Thanks a lot for your comments!

Linnea said...

Reminds me of Hawaii...a tropical paradise for sure!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Wow---that picture is fabulous, especially enlarged. I SEE the waterfall. WOW!!!

Have a great day.

Emma said...

wow! this is stunning :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Really! Never been to Hawaii but know it is a wonderful place.
Thanks for your comments!

You have to enlarge it to see the falls as it is tiny from this distance. Thanks a lot for your comments!

Many thanks for your comments!

Magerata said...

My heart missed a beat, seeing the photo, THX

Unknown said...

I can't tell you often enough how I love that lush green, even though the clouds remind me of the humidity.
I bet it's humid there, no? :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks for your comments mate!

Yes it is very humid in most parts! But the scenery like this is worth after a long tiring trek :)
Thanks for your comments!

Diane AZ said...

I see Laxapana falls! Looks like it would be difficult to hike there but well worth the effort.

Verna Luga said...

awesome indeed ... very gorgeous view ...

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Carolyn Ford said...

Beautiful scene and so nicely framed! Nice one!

Kirigalpoththa said...

It is difficult to reach there straight on. but there is a longer road that takes you very close to it.
Thanks a lot for your comments!

Thanks a lot for your comments!

Many thanks for your comments!

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

This is good, untouched by civilization. Please don't ruin it.

Hilda said...

Lovely! Everything is so lush and green!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Many thanks for your comments!

Vicki said...

Beautiful Location and great shot.

cat said...

Looks like a very beautiful place :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Many thanks for your comments!

eileeninmd said...

WOW, what a beautiful scene. I can the waterfall in the distance.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks for your comments!

RNSANE said...

What a beautiful part of the world. Thanks for sharing this scenery!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks a lot for dropping by and for your comments!

The Explorer said...

I love this kind of view. Thanks for sharing it to us.

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Kirigalpoththa said...

The Explorer,
You are most welcome and thanks a lot for the comments!