14 October 2010

Sky Over the Valley

This interesting scenery was captured before coming to this signpost.


Amaris in Wonderland said...

Looks like afternoon showers building in the distance. :)

I like those tall stalks of grass in the foreground.

Frieda said...

all the shades of green...beautiful!

rainfield61 said...

It looks so peaceful.

George said...

I don't know what I like most -- the green valley or those big white clouds. In either case, this is a beautiful picture.

Janith said...

Beautiful, with that little stream running in the valley and the blue skies! :D

cat said...

What a relaxing place that looks like :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Those grass are quite common in Sri Lanka.

Thanks a lot!

Yep, it was very calm over here.

Thanks very much. There is a stream faraway. Hope you noticed it.

I think it is either Maskeli Oya or Kehelgamu oya.

Thanks very much.

Thanks all for your comments!

Sharodindu said...

nice sky with cotton white clouds :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks mate!

betchai said...

your beautiful photo remind us that if we just remember to stop to appreciate the beautiful surrounding, there is beauty anywhere.

Magerata said...

So very beautiful! Wish the cables of progress are not there, but I guess everyone needs electricity!

Amila Salgado said...

Looks like you've had great weather for hiking. That mile post is very interesting!

Nicole said...

Totally gorgeous!

Tammie Lee said...

so what does zero mean, I wonder? Lovely lovely view.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Fullt agree with you. Thanks a lot for your comments.

Yep, could not leave that out. Think they come from Laxapana power house.

Yes, it was a very pleasant day!

Thanks a lot for your comments.

I still do not know how they come up with zeroth mile post :)

Thanks all for your wonderful comments.

Anjana Gunawardena said...

Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing K

Harshi said...

A hedge of golden grass, a distant stream, rolling hills and a tall pale blue sky packed with clouds.. a captivating and absorbing scenery no doubt. Great capture!

Amitha Amarasinghe said...

After a long time I dropped by your blog, and 'oh boy! I've missed a lit" :-D Hey, do you have any plans of covering the East coast more?

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks mate :)

Thanks for your lovely comments :D

Even though I do not tweet much I follow your twitter comments quite often. Thanks a lot for dropping by and I am planning to do a long trip to the East coast second week Nov. :)