If it is your bungalow, you must have been asked to invite your friends for a stay.
Wonder whether that's the Thalawakele bungalow, stayed there many times as a kid but difficult to recognize from that pic. Used to spend so much time in the hillzone but I rarely go there now :( Really miss it.
Wow, lovely. I really like the green and the clouds. Super work as usual. Really looking forward to see more.Cheers!
Rainfield,Wish I have a bungalow like that :DOffthebeatentrack,No idea what exactly is that one. But looks like a fabulous place to live. Me-shak,Thanks very much as always. :)
great picture. I wish that bungalow was mine...what a beautiful place to stay...
Each tree casts a unique shadow.Different sizes brings different view points of experience into being.
Beautiful photo! I love the green hills and the bungalow.
I like that little house in the left and the overcast sky. Really col shot mate. Just out of curiosity, what is the camera you are using?
Thanks KP,for keeping my heart beating. Beautiful scene.
Tea plantation estate? Love the green as usual..
fairy tale stuff .. :)wonderful capture!
what a beautiful panorama picture.
I can only imagine the view from that bungalow.
I was just thinking how gorgeous it must be to have that house there on those green rolling hills.I wonder what living there is like.
Beautiful, those tea terraces have the perfectly maintained look. :D
Lovely scenic shot.
Brilliant Shot! Nice green tea estates. Resembles the tea estates of western ghats of India
Frieda,That is my wish too :)Natural Moments,Yes, those tall trees are marvelous. I fully agree with you.Eileen,Thanks and glad you like this picture.Sachira,This particular picture was taken from an ordinary canon point and shoot camera (SD790 IS) :)Magerata,You are most welcome :)Thanks all for your comments!
Loshini,Yes, the bungalow is in a tea estate. Tea plantations are always full of greenery.Silent Moments,Glad you like it :DBetchai,Thanks a lot :)George,Yes, it must be a great view from there. I'm sure about it.Nicole,It must be a great experience to live in a place like that and walk around the estate every day.Chavie,Yes, usually around Thalawakele area we find most perfectly maintained tea estates. Indrani,Thanks :)Sankara,Yes, I have seen pictures of Western Ghats and it is quite similar to central highlands of Sri Lanka.Thanks all for your wonderful comments.
cool picture! Love that sky!
Johnny Nutcase,Thanks very much!
Love how you've captured the dramatic sky that looms over the landscape.
Great scenery with the signs of a heavy pour. Whoever lives in that bungalow are so lucky.
Cat,Glad you like this photo!Harumi,Yep, they are lucky! :D
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