Happy Earth Day!
Someone once said; “We did not inherit our earth from our ancestors, we have borrowed it from our children.” (the word ‘future’ is replaced with ‘earth’ in the quote) And I am really worried for them.
Our phones are now equipped with an option to take panorama shots. But I have never got one decent panorama yet. If there were people involved, then for sure their noses were realigned or they appear longer and in the case of places, I do shake it a bit somewhere. I have got a few but they weren’t angled properly. I might post a few of my trials later. But for this week’s theme from Sylvain, I am going with a panoramic view of the Hampi’s Virupaksha temple (I posted another one slightly similar to this earlier) along with the surrounding landscape and a sunset. This is my most favorite photograph of the whole trip because we had to climb half way through the hill from where the photograph was taken (after a very tiring and hot day) and wait for the Sunset to happen but finally, the effort was totally worth it.
Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
We fell them down and turn them into paper,
That we may record our emptiness.