• sky looks like a water color painting. - 'macro maniac'
  • This is the Tonle Sap river. It looks huge like an ocean but it is just a river and a huge one at that

    The color of water is more chocolaty and I tried to bring that out during PP but right out of the camera it didn't look so natural and there was hardly any contrast between the water and sky.
  • These were some kids who live in the floating village. For them this is their playground and I saw many such kids just going around in their boats and playing with each other
  • The sky was dramatic. Of course, I enhanced it a bit and now it looks a bit like painting which may/may not be such a good thing!
  • Love it! :) - Boomingecho
  • i want to swim here..but i dont know the art of swimming..:-) - santhoshgv

let us go play among the clouds..

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Am posting after what seems to be ages. I have been busy, tired, sleepy and lethargic all at once because I was down with sore throat, cough and cold and to make thing worse, I had my brothers wedding to organize. I feel like sleeping and waking up after a week but I had to get back to work and check and reply to 300 odd work emails I got. It is all too much to take.

Today is the best I've felt in the last 10 days and I decided to finally take some time out for my photographs. It has been over a month since I last took any photos but that is soon going to change as I will be out for a day trip during the coming weekend. Till then, I shall continue to post images from my previous trip to Cambodia.

Here is a shot from the Tonle Sap river, which is just massive and I actually felt like it was an ocean but it is a huge river full of fish. During the monsoon season, this river swells and it floods and immerses many hundreds of villages but since this is a common phenomenon, all these village houses are built to deal with the river water. They all become floating villages during the monsoon season. Its a very interesting place to visit and photograph.

I hope you guys have all been good. Have a beautiful day ahead.

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  1. Colorado Sands 30 months ago | reply

    This is a delightful sky! A wonderful photo!

  2. MaggyMorrissey 30 months ago | reply

    Stunning! The contrast between the billowing clouds and rippling water works perfectly!

  3. Psicolocasa 30 months ago | reply

    So beautiful capture!

  4. Islxndis 30 months ago | reply

    Great scene in a great scenery, bravo!

  5. Jeffrey Pabroquez 30 months ago | reply

    very simple but full of details.. magnificent!

  6. Suri Mudunuri 30 months ago | reply

    Very Nice shot!! simply love it !!!

  7. Mugren's [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    impressive

  8. Nixon Images 30 months ago | reply

    great work man, def a fave here !!!

  9. pRaTuL rAgHaV 30 months ago | reply

    Love the low angle in this....n ur processing is awesome as always. The clouds are really dramatic.

  10. viewfinderworld ( Raja pandian ) 29 months ago | reply

    Lovely shot. very huge clouds.. well framed.. two different tones above below of horizon.

  11. santanu.dasgupta 29 months ago | reply

    Excellent, very well taken!

  12. All the tired horses 25 months ago | reply

    Beautiful shot, nice sky-water contrast!

  13. red bicycle design 25 months ago | reply

    This is beautiful! You should think of entering something in City Year's art competition: www.artofidealism.com. City Year’s is an educational non-profit that has young people serve full-time in schools working to improve student attendance, behavior and course performance in English and math. City Year is creating a new "Founding Stories" book to use and needs art to accompany the book. Check out the website, you could win a Kindle Fire! Thanks!

  14. THE ARCH1 23 months ago | reply

    Great capture...a slice of life.

  15. Happytodo 10 months ago | reply

    very Beatiful

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