Cought in net
|Copyright: rajan rajwade (Mrajan)
|Date Taken: 2006-10-28|
|Exposure: f/5.2, 1/128 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-08-01 0:54|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This snap i clicked at my nativ place, in konkan. there are some sacredly reserved forests belonging to tempels. These are untouched jungles.|
With variety of trees and shrbs and creapers. one can easily lost in the net of creapers. This jungle is more than 300 years old. with verious types of birds and snakes and insects. Its a great hiding and resting place for birds.
In mid summer noon also one can find very darkness in it. there is a temple of shiva more than 300 years old just few years back the devotees reconstucted the temple without harming the jungle. some day i will post the other views of this jungle.
It was about 4 pm when i clicked this snap.
thanks for visiting
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- [2009-08-01 4:11]
An interesting image.
Nice achievement, congratulations.
Have a quit weekend,
an difficult image but well interesting.
I think I cropped the picture beneath because there only black tones.
- [2009-08-02 2:17]
An unusual capture that show the dense branches of the forest against the late afternoon sun. The shot captivates not only the network of branches and foliage against the setting sun but also evokes the mysteries of the forest and all that can be found in it.
Thanks and best regards,