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View from Sirumalai Hills, India by Krishnamani Ramanathan

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Often times when I travel for work, I like to stop at a point that grabs my attention. And when I had gone to the famous Sirumalai Hills near the town of Dindigul on a reconnaissance trip, I was quite taken up with the Forest Department’s watch tower. I couldn’t go there in the morning, so I made it a point to visit in the evening. As dusk was approaching, I made my way towards the watch tower. The climb to the top of the tower was a little harder than I anticipated but I was too excited about the view to think of tiredness. When I got to the top, I was at a loss for words. In my experience as a photographer, I have seen some incredible spots. The Sirumalai Hills is right up there with the very best that I’ve seen. As I was scanning the landscape for potential photos, I told myself that I was lucky on two counts. One was due to the bird’s eye view from the watch tower. The other perhaps more important factor was that I was able to capture the car light trails. As you can see, it added a touch of magic to what I captured.

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