03 December 2010

More Misty Memories


I’m attaching more misty photos from the Knuckles Range. The complete set is shown here.

All photos were taken at Mathale side of Knuckles Region. (Raththota-Pallegama Road)

27 comments:

Chavie said...

Eerie misty picture, K! :D We were going to Kandy day before yesterday and Kadugannawa looked just like that, with rain and mist. :)

Sunny said...

I LOVE trees photographed in the mist...absolutely beautiful.
☼ Sunny

Rajesh said...

Terrific shot.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Chavie,
Yes, it was raining slightly n Knuckles too that day. Luckily when we went towards Illukkumbura, the rain seized.

Sunny,
Thanks very much.

Rajesh,
Thanks a lot :)

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Wa, wonderful capture..so magic..

George said...

All of your misty photos are absolutely beautiful. You've made some marvelous captures.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Dejemonos sorprender,
Thanks mate!

George,
Thanks a lot :D

sunflowerkat321 said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and for all your nice comments. I am very impressed by your photos and this beautiful place you love so much. I hope you will stop by again. I'm sure I'll be visiting here in the future.

Kat

Amaris in Wonderland said...

I can't even express how much i ♥ pics of trees in the mist...

Wonderful capture!

I really like the b&w of the forest in your album, as well.

Frieda said...

That's a wonderful shot...

rainfield61 said...

Misty and rainy, these were seen frequently.

Now.

Carol said...

Beautiful in mystery and poetry.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I love this entire set... Misty pictures are the best --and YOU take the best ones of all.
Betsy

Naquillity said...

wonderful misty photo. sometimes a lone tree can be truly dramatic like this one. it's great. hope all is well.

betchai said...

trees in mist always afford mystery, love the picture.

Loshini said...

I second what George said, you take nice shots of misty sceneries.. maybe you should begin a new label for them?

Kirigalpoththa said...

Kat,
Thanks for your comments and I will visit your blog often too :)

Amaris,
Glad you like these pictures.
Yes, that is not B&W but actual color :) It came up quite well!

Frieda,
Thanks very much!

Rainfiled,
Yes, in fact we were seeing rain and mist quite often these few days!

Carol,
Many thanks :)

Betsy,
Thanks a lot for your comments as always :D

Naquillity,
Yes, they come up so well..naturally!

Betchai,
Glad you like it :)

Loshini,
I just started a new label - 'Misty'.
Thanks for reminding that :D


Thanks all for your wonderful comments!!

Anjana said...

Great capture K!

What next? Snow in Knuckles???
:D

Kirigalpoththa said...

Anjana,

Thanks :)

The way the weather trends these days, (Continuous rain for a month + freezing cold in the mornings in Colombo) I wouldn't be surprized if we see snow in Knuckles. :D

Indrani said...

That is a speaking picture of strength and determination.

Me-shak said...

Lovely picture K. I love it. I was retuning home two days ago. The streets in Colombo were filled with mist. Was awesome and cold. Also, sorry for not commenting on earlier posts. Was kinda busy :\ Looking forward for more.


Cheers!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Indrani,
Thanks for your comments :)

Me-shak,
No worries, and thanks for your comments :)

Tammie Lee said...

there is something peaceful about mist, lovely photo.

Harumi said...

Wow.. that misty collection is quite artistic.

And it almost feel like a ghost would pop its head (if it has one) any minute! =D

flutietootie said...

Very interesting. The fog makes the tree appear almost like it is a water color.

Natural Moments said...

The fog draws into the scene for a closer look to that which we have been missing.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Tammie,
Thanks very much for your comments as always!

Harumi,
Luckily no stranger appeared that day. We were the only ghosts :)

Flutietootie,
Yep, I really like this natural watercolr effect :)

Natural Moments,
Yes, the fog made it very artistic, otherwise I would have missed that solitary but ordinary looking tree.

Thanks all for your comments!