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    He likes his treks.

    Patrik Beránek, David Bridle, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. radicalgel 78 months ago | reply

      Hey awesome shot! great mood.. Did ya blur the hills a bit in PS? Nice effect..

    2. mudeth 78 months ago | reply

      Yep.. Maybe a little overdone, now that I look at it.

    3. aech 74 months ago | reply

      dont think it's over done dude, as a photograph yeah, but not as an image... it works coz it's the feeling that a photograph conveys that matter not how much or how less you have photoshopped it...!!! nice one!

    4. aech 74 months ago | reply

      it's like he's in a painting...!!!

    5. Naomina 69 months ago | reply

      love this photo

    6. mudeth 69 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Naomina.

    7. Mangelwurzel [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

      I love this shot. Saw it on and followed link :)

    8. southg11 59 months ago | reply

      I saw this just a minute ago on Zenhabits. And followed it also. This is one of the most serene and peaceful pictures I have seen in awhile. I love it so much. Could you tell me where this was taken? It makes me want to go there right now!

    9. mudeth 59 months ago | reply

      @southg: This is a place called coorg in south india. The name of the hill is 'thadiyandamol'. Not a very well known place, but that's probably why it remains beautiful.

    10. 58 months ago | reply

      I used this image on our India travel blog.

      Many thanks for sharing under Creative Commons.

      7 Really Interesting Things To Do In Coorg, India


    11. zach.hodgson 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks for choosing CC. I've used this image at

    12. narushik 44 months ago | reply

      beautiful image!

    13. richardstupart 39 months ago | reply

      I just wanted to leave a word of thanks - we have used this photo in an article at and it looks great!

    14. curleybob 33 months ago | reply

      Thanks used this in a story about meditation at

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