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Photo A Day Experiment (PADE) Day6 - Layers

Got a flight tomorrow early morning, am yet to pack. Procrastination has always been a sub-religion for me :D

Well, this theme Layers gave me a chance to share something I academically and professionally belong to - Geology! For us each layer of earth holds a clue to a million years in the Age of Earth, who as such is a Woman - that we Geologist try to decipher. As we get closer to know her, we face a new question unanswered.


This shot was taken on my last year's just planned trip to Zanskar. River at bottom should give an idea of the scale of layers...


Each layer is worth a million years - zillion stories...
Got to get to the bed soon....by the way I fell in the Love with the Ladakhi sky....it's naturally so blue....

This picture post is an Entry to PADE-2013, a month long Photo-blog event. To know more and participate, click here or here. Check themes here. 

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  1. Shrikant Pednekar6 July 2013 at 00:25

    A great capture... so many different shades all merged into one rock formation.. really good

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  2. This is a lovely image, the sky is, as you say, stunningly blue. Good luck on your PADE.

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  3. Beautiful!

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  4. this is absolutely WOW! ammazing!

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  5. awesome!

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  6. Thank you so much guys, overwhelmingly obliged that you liked the pic :-)
    Having connection issues so couldn't reply you all individually, apologies....

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  7. Glad that you liked the pic @amasc thanks for the wishes.. Keep visiting... :-)

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  8. Thanks @Shrikant :-) Keep visiting....

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  9. Whaaat? You have the best job in the world! And that picture itself says a million words!

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  10. Lovely shot Punit and superb interpretation!!!

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  11. Love the picture. Amazing clarity. Every contour is so clear. The blue sky background leaves it breathtaking.

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  12. It's really awesome, do try to visit Ladakh some time.. Its a lifetime experience... Thanks for the appreciation and visit @Sini

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