Baralacha Pass

© Amit Sheokand

Baralacha Pass

Uploaded: July 31, 2007

Description

Baralachala is one of the highest passes in the world...... the winds of over 100 kmph forced us not to take our helmets off but it surely didnt stop us from throwing a snow ball or two at each other

Comments

Bill Houghton August 06, 2007

This is a very beautiful shot Amit. You did a great job with it. Thanks for your comments on my photos. Bill

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Tina Shaw August 07, 2007

What a cool shot! I thought it was B&W to begin with...love the lines & patterns the snow & mountains form! #4615404

Amit Sheokand August 07, 2007

thanx tina and bill for ur kind words #4616468

Barbara Mason September 22, 2007

Amazing and unusual image Amit - very bleak and beautiful #4826238

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