Wednesday, September 21, 2011

BreathTaking place that I have seen recently

I have been shooting my diploma film in the Konkan region and for that, I have had to travel across the Sahyadri ranges everytime I was going to the location from home and back. During these travels, I used 4 different routes, and was stunned when I saw this on one of those routes. This place is amazing not only for the visual impact, but also the atmosphere there. We were driving through clouds for about 5 -7 Kilometres before we reached a steep U-turn, where we saw the view that we see in this video, and we just stopped. It was raining and that still did not stop us from getting out of the car to see the view, and feel the crazy wind in our backs, making it difficult to hold ground. Enjoy this video.

4 comments:

  1. I thought of this poem when I watched this!!

    As I ventured to the Wood

    As I ventured to the wood,
    I stopped to draw on dewy air; let Droplets shimmer in my hair, that
    Rested on my tranquil head – as
    In a sense of cosy bed.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A gesturing cuckoo perched above,
    And then in song with cooing dove,
    ‘You're welcome’, bade he, ’Enter please
    To roam our land with gentle breeze.’

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A fallow deer of limpid eye
    Gave care to glance at lucky I.
    The heavenly aura 'bout her glow had
    Charmed me, like a fine Bordeaux.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A dazzling flower waved her face
    In blazing show of dance and chase, and
    Reddened bright in shade of dawn, she
    Flirted like a prancing fawn.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A butterfly had graced my arm,
    And knowing I bid him no harm, he
    Splayed for me hypnotic wing in
    Colours for to urge me sing!

    As I ventured to the wood,
    The radiant sun shone down on me.
    He flushed and beamed ‘I say to thee,
    You bless your land; be filled with pride, and
    Cherish e’er yon countryside! ’





    Mark R Slaughter 2009

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  2. I thought of this poem when I watched this!!

    As I ventured to the Wood

    As I ventured to the wood,
    I stopped to draw on dewy air; let Droplets shimmer in my hair, that
    Rested on my tranquil head – as
    In a sense of cosy bed.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A gesturing cuckoo perched above,
    And then in song with cooing dove,
    ‘You're welcome’, bade he, ’Enter please
    To roam our land with gentle breeze.’

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A fallow deer of limpid eye
    Gave care to glance at lucky I.
    The heavenly aura 'bout her glow had
    Charmed me, like a fine Bordeaux.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A dazzling flower waved her face
    In blazing show of dance and chase, and
    Reddened bright in shade of dawn, she
    Flirted like a prancing fawn.

    As I ventured to the wood,
    A butterfly had graced my arm,
    And knowing I bid him no harm, he
    Splayed for me hypnotic wing in
    Colours for to urge me sing!

    As I ventured to the wood,
    The radiant sun shone down on me.
    He flushed and beamed ‘I say to thee,
    You bless your land; be filled with pride, and
    Cherish e’er yon countryside! ’





    Mark R Slaughter 2009

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  3. हिरवे हिरवे गार गालिचे, हरित तृ णांच्या मखमालीचे
    त्या सुंदर मखमाली वरती फुलराणी ती खेळत होती...

    बालकवी

    I can see baba (your grand father) reciting this poem...

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  4. हिरवे हिरवे गार गालिचे, हरित तृ णांच्या मखमालीचे
    त्या सुंदर मखमाली वरती फुलराणी ती खेळत होती

    बालकवी

    I can see Baba (your grandfather) humming this poem...

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