27 August 2010

More Bird’s Eye Views


Last time I had a similar view up on the top of Sri Pada Mountain. This picture was taken on the way from Thalawakele to Punduluoya.

23 comments:

George said...

What a beautiful, green valley. A wonderful picture.

Sunny said...

What a lovely view. I feel like I'm looking down from the sky.
☼ Sunny

rainfield61 said...

It will never be too much to have more beautiful views.

SACHIRA said...

This like the view from the Worlds End in Horton Plains. Cool!!!

Kirigalpoththa said...

George,
Yes, tis a beautiful valley.

Sunny,
I got the same feeling when I was there.

Rainfield,
You are absolutely correct!

Sachira,
Not that high but yes, the views are quite good from here too.

Thanks all for your comments!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Amazing view from the top. Away from the concrete jungle.

Me-shak said...

Lovely place. There is so much to explore. I love the picture. Superb!

Cheers!

Amaris in Wonderland said...

Oooh-LaLa!!

I love this! Is that a farm below? It looks like there are footpaths or perhaps passages where water runoff may have formed the interesting designs in the grass. It's lovely.

Sankara Subramanian C said...

Nice! The villages amidst the dense greenery must be a great place to live.

Anjana said...

Fantastic view!

Wish I can travel around the country like you do K. anyway hope that I can join with you really soon cos our deal is still on mate :D

Frieda said...

What a beautiful view :-)

betchai said...

the prize of hiking is getting the bird's eye view :) beautiful shot.

Ratty said...

A very nice view. So green and beautiful.

Gallicissa said...

Nice capture. This looks a good spot to just sit and do nothing.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great picture of the valley, K.... You were WAY up there, weren't you????? LOVE the photo.. Thanks!!!
Betsy

Kirigalpoththa said...

Malay-Kadazan girl,
Many thanks for dropping by and for your comments.:)

Me-shak,
Yes there are so much to explore in our small country..

Amaris,
It is a small farm village below. All those green grassy land are actually paddyfields. Also you have lot of footpaths across the paddyfields for farmers to walk around their fields. Those are the small lines, we see across the grassy fields in the picture.

Sankara,
Yes, these are the best places to live in Sri Lanka, but you should be ready to live a simple life away from city's luxuries :)

Anjana,
Yes, the deal is still on. Let us do a trip together soon :)

Frieda,
Thanks very much!

Betsy,
agree with you, that is the best part and the reward of hiking.

Ratty,
Thanks a lot!

Gallicissa,
Yes, you can just sit and observe what is happening in that village from the above. :)

Thanks all for your wonderful comments!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Betsy,
Yes, I think it is more than 1000feet above the farm village. Glad you like the photo! Thanks a lot for your comments :)

Indrani said...

Great scenic shot! Lovely!

Harumi said...

Wow.. those are terraced paddy fields right? Everything looks so small. Great capture!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Indrani,
Thanks a lot for your comments.

Harumi,
Yep they are, but not as terraced as this one here. Thanks for your comments.

Amila Kanchana said...

Can't have enough of these!

Chavie said...

Wow! Love these rice terraces. Great photo K! :D

Kirigalpoththa said...

Amila / Chavie,
Thanks very much for your comments :)