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Klesitz Piroska on March 18, 2007

Very nice!

Joaquín Ramirez on May 11, 2007

Hi,Philippe : Very agreeable photo for its harmony of color and a triangular composition. I like it. Congratulations from Spain.

Philippe Stoop on May 11, 2007

Thanks a lot Joaquin !

© Franco Truscello on May 16, 2007

Beautiful shot, Philippe. Great colours contrast and nice composition. Ciao

banitram on June 26, 2007

Interesting.. which function have this buildings? Living?

Philippe Stoop on June 26, 2007

Hi Banitram. The red and white building is a small monastery. The brown walls behind it are just the upper part of the ancient royal palace of Leh. It is best seen from Leh city, you can see several photos of it on Panoramio or Google Earth

konak32 on June 28, 2007

Gerçekten güzel.Thanks..konak32 Turkey Panoramio - konak32'den fotoğraflar

konak32 on June 28, 2007

Panoramio - konak32'den fotoğraflar http://www.panoramio.com/user/600686

chikuo on July 22, 2007

典型的中国藏族民居!

Philippe Stoop on July 23, 2007

Tibetan, yes. Chinese ???

Gavin_xu on August 15, 2007

of course,Tibet,China!

Philippe Stoop on August 15, 2007

To the last comments : This is not a political forum here. If you have some comments about the relationship between Ladakh, Tibet and China, please do it on your pictures, not mine. From now on, any comment on this subject will be removed at once.

© Alan Knox on August 16, 2007

Amazing location!

Alan

Lal Singh Chauhan on September 4, 2007

Thanks for ur daring efforts in adoration of beauty.

swatk90 on September 4, 2007

让人感觉一种纯洁的敬畏!

Francesco Villa on October 17, 2007

incredible subject, very well "shot" Philippe Ciao

Philippe Stoop on October 29, 2007

Thank you, francesco !

world of pictures by… on December 3, 2007

nice contrast - rocks, white and red house growing out of it in a blue sky where white clouds are swimming. regards Klaus

{{ Dharman }} on December 28, 2007

Nice pic friend Philippe!!! This pic transmit serenity and calm to myself... I can hear the buddhist chants and mantras from the gompa. You are very lucky for visit this sacred land. OM MANI PEME HUM.

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