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  1. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Oh yes, I do that, too! I take multiple shots of something from every possible angle and then wonder which one would look the best!
    I liked the last frame here. The one that captures every essence of the place you loved so much!

  2. Loved the one with moon in the frame Parul! Though each and everyone has a different eye for photography it is most important that one finds it satisfying enough after clicking. I guess usually it happens after a number of clicks πŸ™‚

  3. Bellybytes says:

    There’s always something amazing about places of worship. And high on the mountains with their spires, it is difficult to choose which angle to frame……….

  4. Saru says:

    Yes, even I can’t decide which one is the best. Ladakh is one place I am dying to go. Beautiful pictures. BTW, out of these three, I like the last one most as it also shows the landscape.

  5. I love the first and the third one πŸ™‚ You’re like my husband. Takes multiple shots to get the perfect one. Me, I am happy with whatever I get πŸ˜‰
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  6. Natasha says:

    These are so stunning, Parul. And the azure sky accentuates their beauty. Thank you for sharing.

  7. The blue skies add the perfection to all the three photos, especially the first one. My favourite is the 3rd one.
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  8. I see what you mean. It’s a tough choice. Maybe the last one would be my favourite. But from a different perspective the first and second are lovely too.
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  9. I’m a sucker for a lot of negative space and symmetry in frames, so the first one has got to be my favorite.

  10. Sara says:

    My favorite is the third one too as the background accentuates the beauty of the Gompas. Want to visit one of these mystical monasteries aftre looking a these pictures!

  11. Esha says:

    Each is different and I totally understand the dilemma you faced in choosing which shot to go for. Happens to the best of us too.I agree with Alok that Photography is an art and I think, it is something that we also learn, as we go along. Keep experimenting and keep that eye focused on what you want to see. Eventually, it is all about your vision and what you’d like to bring to the world through your pictures that is uniquely you. Loved the first and the last pics very much.

  12. Ranjini S says:

    I like the first one too. And yeah, I face this issue many times. The confusion between two different angles of the same object πŸ™‚
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  13. Alok Singhal says:

    Photography is more of an art…there are many perspective (depending on who is looking). I would go with the first one, but an elevation would have given it its due (that could have found a nice backdrop in it).

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