Thursday, December 6, 2012

Behind the 'Yala' Borders

It's always amazing to see through the lens, which narrow down our scope to see only what matters. Its proven to myself once again in the journey we went to the sacred Kabaliththa. 

First we worshipped Sacred Kiriwehera, Katharagama Dewalya then travelled through a lengthy route to Kotiyagala. This is where we got our comfortable 4+ wheel drive (A Tafe Tractor). On the way to the borders of Yala, so much beauty and dust grabbed us.

Covered by the dust, stillm the passing beauty could easily capture me. Using Samanala's Camera (A friend of mine - music and nature lover) I tried to paint it on to the image Sensor.

Some images are listed here, not in the shooting order. Always the nature is a wonder, that what matters!

Sun Set to Kotiyagala

Katharagama Kiri Wehera at the Dawn

Lady Monkey with Baby Monkey

Through the wild trails, almost getting Dark!

Wish I had more time to be in that freedom!
- Dilhan Maduranga @ LenseTwain


  1. When I read the first line of your article, ‘Behind the ‘Yala’ border’, the first word that instantly uttered from my mouth was WOW, and just now, when I have completed reading your full article, I must say, you are a true spiritual person with photography and writing skills.