|Copyright: Ramkumar Chandrasekharan (rkc)
|Date Taken: 2009-05-26|
|Categories: Water Plants|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/250 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-10-24 0:34|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Couple of waterlilys in a water body nearby, beginning to exeperience the sun, one of which is a yesterday's flower falling for the last time. Other will close its petals slowly ring by ring reaching fully closed by afternoon, only to wake up later when moon arrives.|
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What a great capture!
The wonderful pink color of water lily is lovely!
- [2009-10-24 7:01]
I like your picture very much. It is so well composed and the colour contrast between the Water Lillies and the leaves as well as the water surface is superb. The colour management and the lighting make this picture an outstanding one.
I just regret that you never write critiques. I believe they are entire part of the way how TN works...
Très intéressante publication mais je ne peux que répéter ma précédente critique : L'image manque un peu de netteté mais la composition, avec la réflexion, est bonne; opposition excellente des couleurs Faisant bien Ressortir, une Sous belle lumière, le sujet principal.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
At the time you posted this lovely image, I was away on holiday and noticed it while paging back in the gallery. This is indeed a great image jam packed with beautiful details to appreciate. In my eyes it is a photographic piece of art. It has flair and pizzazz and attracts the eye without any effort. The colours are wonderful. Thanks for sharing. I do however want to urge you to take your participation in the activities of the site a step further and have interaction with fellow members by ways of writing a few critiques in return. I want to quote what Markus (Heaven) has also noted "I just regret that you never write critiques. I believe they are entire part of the way how TN works..."
Now, won't that just be wonderful to make somebody's day by visiting and appreciating their photographs as well, just as they did yours?