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[ Comments Cut-Pasted from Dudseascrawls ]Mon, 2009-04-13 13:43 — Captain Nemo wrote :Very nice pics, I loved the first photo of evanescence. Vigilante is also a nice composition, but somehow I felt it lacked the power… too spread out. After the greens and blues,I look forward to other colours and hues..Mon, 2009-04-13 15:20 — parikrama replied :@ Evanescence #1 , such pics are just a matter of being at the right place.. at the right time.. with the right equipment. The brief interplay between the clouds & streaked sunlight appeared out of blue (literally) while I was about to wrap up. It salvaged my 3 hr walkabout by rewarding me with a very satisfying frame. If it wasn’t for this pic, i would have nothing noteworthy to share.@Vigilante , I liked the stillness & quiet elegance of the structure against an equally serene skyline. It is hard to believe that it was overcast for most of the morning & afternoon. Only in late evening the gloom lifted and this scene presented itself. Many thanks for your appreciation & mild critique :)
[ Comments Cut-Pasted from Dudseascrawls ]Mon, 2009-04-13 18:53 — TOTCS wrote :I like silhouettes (which is probably why I’m a lousy portrait photographer ) so I give these a thumbs up. Besides how can I critique anything accompanied by a quote from Pamuk or MurakamiMon, 2009-04-13 22:15 — parikrama replied : LOL @ silhouetted portraits.. Today another friend said “The snaps are good. But I liked the quotes more” . I fumed (silently) as if labeling my labour of love as mere “snaps” wasn’t enough that she had to rub it in, aswell. Thanks for your thumbs up, TOTCS.
yeh sahi hai... the dragon thing...
Thanks AB. I cropped the original to get what you see in the header. The cropped image was further englarged by the "strech to fit" feature,while uploading to blogger.
Loved this one! It looks like the spikes are smoking. Har fikr ko dhuen mein udaata chala gaya.
Thanks Ano, now that's an unique interpretation :)
Hey,Are you too a Haruki Murakami fan?I am!Nice pics.Regards,Asha
Asha,I am a recent 'Murakami' convert. So far I have only read "Norwegian Wood" & "After Dark". Liked both books immensely. The Public Libraries here have an impressive collection of Murakami. I am gonna pick my way slowly through the entire range. Good to see you here & Thanks for your comment(s).
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