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The first one looks surreal. Lovely.
Thanks Ano :)
First one gives an impression that someone senior (the shadow) is trying to look after/protect the younger (window).It's only in the second one that you realize, it's actual invasion of privacy of the younger one :-)
AB,Have you been attending too many Modern Art exhibits lately ?Kidding apart, I liked your interpretation of the pic. The shadow does seem like making an effort to reach out to the tightly shut window.. The window (or the person behind it) however refuses to open up & prefers its isolation from the outside world. Hence the title :)Thanks, as always, for reaching out & appreciating my pics through your comments.
ohh I am late! I can't think of anything.. just that I am wondering - how can ppl click shadows so clearly .. very interesting! Its more like abstract photography. However I kinda like the sky more than those shadows on the wall.. that blue color of the sky in the first picture is lovely. I don't know why but it seems as if those windows stay shut all the time..
>> I don't know why but it seems as if those windows stay shut all the time..Aria,Yes, that's most likely the case. They are too squeaky clean n elegant looking & don't have that "habitated" look. Or maybe its a case of fresh paint. But most likely its the former. These windows belong to a row of shop houses.. I have never seen them open.
Love the way something as trivial and everyday as this suddenly begins to draw so much meaning. I guess, there are always these little things waiting to be discovered...for the layers of meanings to be unfolded. We just need to look beyond the obvious.
Yes, the message is there for all to see. But one must have vision & sensitivity to pick the clues.Thanks & Welcome @ bhumika
so you now talk in images? that aside, great images IW!!
Suresh,It's the other way around. The images talk to me :) Thanks for stopping by. To tell you the truth, I find this particular image quite ghastly now. The wall is terribly over-exposed. I wouldn't dare show this to (say) someone like Pradz. I saw the pic that you posted on twitter. Wanted to ask you.. what/how did yu take that abstract pic ? I badly need to get out of landscapes & try my hand at such abstract stuff. I'm stagnating quite badly with my limited repertoire.
you've got a flickr account? bhai.. again i ask.. why don't you become a full-time photographer?
St.B (the blogger formerly known as ABIW),"Dil behla ne ke liye yeh khayaal accha hein Ghaalib.." But really I don't want to starve to death by quitting my day job. Right now, I can't even claim to be an active amatuer photographer. It's a long hard way to become a full fledged photographer. Few things which stop me from embarking on that path :1> Monthly EMI's 2> Shy / Introvertish nature3> Low Confidence4> Low CreativityStrictly in that order.
go to a blonde party and say you are looking for some models to shoot for your next bikini calendar shoot... all your 4 listed points will shoot to hell
St.B,I am thinking of taking golf lessons, the blondes would follow :)
sshhhhh.. lemme focus on the first tee now :D
Really like this blog. Brilliant concept, marrying images and words like you do.
Aquatic Static,Thanks for stopping by & for your appreciation. Hopefully I will have a new pic worth sharing, soon :)
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