I as shooting a movie, in mean while, i was looking at the transition of colours and reflection. the clouds turned warm the colour of water gone deep, this created the Mood for the picture and yes the grass complemented the composition.
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Though The Trees, India.
This was shot during my last Landscaping expedition. We were up early after shooting the rising sun, the mist, clouds, I was still hungry for more as always, and yes there were few great Frames found that day!
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@Lakeside, India. A Visual Treat
It was just common off, i along with my friend went on a drive near by the town, we happened to reach the beautiful lake side, where 2 boats were parked by the local fishermen, resting in there conditions! I was in hurry taking pictures and making the use of the subject and the conditions, while dancing here and there, I lost my mobile at this location, while i came to know it was peach dark, still we tried to find it out but alas we didn’t succeeded in the attempt. so we decided to come back on the next morning again more opportunity for the shoot, so we were up early next morning, went to the place, just stepping down the car i located the phone which i was missed last evening. Although it was dramatic experience, the atmosphere was great i clicked some of my favourite pictures in between one of them is here for your visual treat!
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The boat at Lake Gangapur standing alone Against all Odds! dared to compose the boat in the center of the frame!
Solitude, I have been always fascinated by alone trees, this one i had found on our trek to Mount Ghanchakkar, a very big mountain in north of Western Ghats. In Marathi Ghanchakkar means big mad round, on this big trek I found this image, one of the exotic scenic location in the Western Ghats. The day was clear with a good visibility as these days it is very hard to find a clear day here in India with growing industrialization the pollution is on the rise. Monsoon was just over there were green patches along with some wild flowers on the Lateritic plateau. The sky was quite clear, though there were some thunder clouds to support this beautiful composition.