This pic is from a town named Devprayag in India. Here rivers alaknanda and bhagirathi merge and take the name of Ganga.
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I love this image and would like to see more...
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Such a great shot. Perfectly taken and organized.
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Great shot. Great composition and the colors of the water and the structures. Really well done. I might try it with a little bit of the bottom cut off, but that's pretty minor thought.
Mar 10, 2018 01:20 as a reply to @ RPCrowe's post |
Sorry for late response. This is the only photo I clicked. Since it came on our way to our destination, I had to ask our bus driver to stop for the moment to capture. He agreed but asked me to speed up so as not to come in way of traffic.
Mar 10, 2018 01:22 as a reply to @ razashaikh's post |
Thanks Raza. You would know this place. It's between Haridwar and Joshimath
Mar 10, 2018 01:22 as a reply to @ rosh4u's post |
Mar 10, 2018 01:23 as a reply to @ mjcarson's post |
Thanks mjcarson. Will try that out.
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Mar 16, 2018 23:32 as a reply to @ manbhat's post |
Mar 17, 2018 11:20 as a reply to @ starlights's post |
True. But at Gangotri, it is named Bhagirathi. At Devprayag, bhagirathi and alaknanda merge into one river and takes name of Ganga.