Pokhara panaromic

As I get closer to catching up with posts as they were published by the photoghraphers, it’s time to add a new name to the roster of sources of imagery. This time, it is Nurur Rahman who makes his début.

Pokhara panaromic 2

Mountains, packed ridge behind ridge behind ridge, make for the most iconic approach to the compositional concept of layers. The variance of tones of blue, from black to murky grey, is a staple of photography.

What this image brings to the table, beyond the immediately impressive scale of geography is the streaking of setting sunlight in the distant mist – leading lines to provide a more significant sense of depth than the stacked two-dimensional silhouettes of the foreground. The eye is drawn into the mystery beyond the last ridge-line.

A compelling enhancement on a classic.

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  1. breathtaking view indeed!!
    captivating layer of colours!!

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