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    Gasa Dzong and Kang Bum mountain, Bhutan. See more photos of Bhutan

    1. GlobalGoebel 93 months ago | reply

      Beautiful pic.

      Is this on the Laya-Gasa trek?

    2. BluePeak 93 months ago | reply

      yes it is, it's Gasa.

    3. Jason_Combs 93 months ago | reply

      Breath taking view! My friends and I are thinking about going to Bhutan. =)

    4. anoopkn 90 months ago | reply

      I'm an admin of a group called South Asia ( ), and we'd love to have this photo added to the group.

    5. Celtic_Dago 88 months ago | reply


      First of all...your work is excellent!

      If you don't mind sharing some secrets?...your shots are quite amazing, colors very dynamic and exposure as perfect as any I've seen. Besides the great composition, can I or digital? After capture manipulation with editing software? (I use CS2.) What do you credit as the most important technique you used at the time the photo's were taken? How about when editing? Guess I'm wondering what you consider the most important skill was...dead-on exposure, or filter use, or whatever you did to capture such incredibile colors. I am going to Bhutan in March, 15 day trip across to the east end and exiting into Asam India...would love to come back with photo's half as nice as yours. Any advice you would care to share would be greatly appreciated. Again, I think your work is very good!

      Ron Macklin

    6. BluePeak 88 months ago | reply

      Thanks Celtic!
      The shots from Bhutan and Mongolia are all film (mostly Fuji Provia), my later ones from Canada digital SLR (Canon 30D). For many of the landscape photos, I used a pola filter. Hence the deep blues in the mountains. The most important technique I consider right time, right place - get there when the light is right.
      I only posted a few of my best photos here, I have more photos at

    7. DEEP* 80 months ago | reply

      Our neighbour bhutan

    8. cheesySOPH 79 months ago | reply


    9. Rolfmundi 38 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image!

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