June 3, 2013

The Long Way Home...!!


Rayalseema, Andhra Pradesh. March 2013.

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    1. Yeah, for people in the villages, it is still a long walk back!

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  2. Looks like a calm road without any traffic and without persons getting impatient :)

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    1. Yes, absolutely away from civilization.

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  3. Nice...what district in Rayalaseema..?

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  4. nice one !

    Life is but fast in rural India .. it flows dip by dip.Hell is urbanization. Where cattle in this number are found butchered for business only !

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    1. Thank you. Rural India is where the heart of the country lies.

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  5. Nice. . .
    Have a nice day!
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  6. beautiful photo and nice title...

    its too time for home...

    thanks

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  7. Long way home...in love with the caption...

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  8. Nice photograph!


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  9. Excellent caption with the pic.

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  10. As always, amazing shot from Niranjan Digital Eye.

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  11. Nice capture of rural life!

    Really very exciting to drive behind them slowly! Long way home indeed! :) Just kidding!

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    1. Thanks Kusum. It is still a long walk back in most parts of rural India.

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  12. Beautiful shot Niranjan!
    As soon as I saw this pic, I thought of something. Here it is... :)
    Sorry for taking the liberty to edit your pic, without asking you. But the only red in the frame, really attracted me! :)
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    1. Thanks Bhusha. That is one awesome effect! Loved the monochrome with just the red standing out. I actually wanted to give it a monochrome look at first, but found it to be a bit dull. What you have done is absolutely brilliant. Loved it!

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    2. So glad you liked, Niranjan! :)

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    3. Creativity is always appreciated. :)

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  13. So neat.
    Now that I don't get to see these scenes much, it just feels so good to see the south-Indian countryside.

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    1. Thanks Divya. These scenes actually take me to real India.

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