I like to explore….
The light and tones are so beautiful. Great work, Tania!
beautiful! love the mood..
Oh, wow…We’ve been there. Stayed on little island in the middle of a river. Went on elephant safari at dawn, had a rhino eyeing up our laundry at noon and saw a tiger crossing the river at dusk. It was a life-changing trip in so many ways. Thanks for the like on my mandala blog by the way!. D
Amazing!! You saw a tiger?!! Wow, so lucky! You must have been really excited. Nepal blew me away, such a stunning, colourful place. Thanks for dropping by 🙂
Yes, we were very lucky! My husband’s a photographer – I’m not sure but some of the pics might still be on his site http://www.brianmorrison.co.uk
Take care, Deirdre
This Misty Forest black and white is so beautiful. Good job. Gives me chills and reminds me of the book The Green Mansions.
Hi Susan. I’ve just visited your blog – you have some great artwork, I shall be exploring further 🙂 I haven’t read The Green Mansions…but now I want to! I’m glad it stirred your imagination enough to comment and thank you!
You’re welcpme Tania. Thanks for commenting on my blog. It’s been a lot of fun to write my stories and share my paintings.
Simply amazing! And thanks for liking my picture. 🙂
You are welcome! Thanks for dropping by and liking mine 🙂
You with a misty forest in B/W. Well done.
I love the different textures in this capture. Well done 🙂
Thank you, I was on the back of an Elephant taking pics of this forest….I had never seen woods look like they were straight out of a fairytale before that day! 🙂
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