Brazen

Next

Previous 

Brazen

Details


Radha
Brazen
This image has been glued to my memory thanks to a dramatic wintry sunset I witnessed a year ago.

Recording it on the camera was just a formality.
Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:29 am
167
Radha's CNP Gallery       |      Send PM to Radha     |       [NEW] Recent Comments by Radha

--
Radha Rangarajan
My Blog ~ Flickr


Radha  Joined CNP On 12 Sep 2011    Total Image posts 77    -   Total Image Comments 264    -   Image Post to Comment Ratio 1:3    -   Image Comment Density 47     -     Total Forum Posts 16

Rating & SHARING


5.67
Login to rate this image

Post a comment


Comments

Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:37 pm

For me there are two ways of seeing it - one through eyes and another through heart. The former is uninteresting and wants more visual anchors. While in the other way, if we keep staring at the expanse of orange it makes us philosophical and moody. Darker tree provides a nice contrast to the latter process of "feeling". Thanks for sharing Radha..

--
Ganesh H. Shankar
Wishing you best light,

Image
Personal Websites Fine Art Nature Photography | www.ArtOfLife.Gallery
Facebook Pages Ganesh H. Shankar | Fine Art Nature Photography | Art Of Life

Commentby Prithvi K on Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:23 pm

I first felt a it would have been nice to have a flock flying into the frame.
but then I felt because of the absence of a focal point I spent more time looking at the texture and color.

Commentby Radha on Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:10 pm

Ganesh - Your generosity amazes me :) Frankly, I hadn't expected to see a single comment on this image.. I have a strong memory attached to it because I spent an entire evening watching the color and the texture of the sky change from grey-blue to this deep amber, so I didn't think of anything else that could have been in the frame. But, with your comment, you took this to another level for me. Thank you! :)

Prithvi - Thank you for your comment! Now that you mention it, I do think that a bird or two would have added a lot to the image :)

--
Radha Rangarajan
My Blog ~ Flickr

Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:51 am

Radha, Prithvi did mention absence of the focal point made him spend more time on the texture. I think a flock or bird would have turned into another sunset image - less stronger than this one, in my view.

--
Ganesh H. Shankar
Wishing you best light,

Image
Personal Websites Fine Art Nature Photography | www.ArtOfLife.Gallery
Facebook Pages Ganesh H. Shankar | Fine Art Nature Photography | Art Of Life

Commentby AratiRao on Sat Feb 04, 2012 8:46 am

Of all the images in my current "scroll frame" i have come back to this image again and again. As a designer, the set is as important to me as the actors. Absence of actors never does detract from the beauty of the set.
(Nilanjan-da's A New Day stirred a similar sentiment in me)

and so it is, with this image. a beautiful set. One that engages you and allows you to imagine and wander. i love it!
A

--
~ Arati Rao ~
http://www.aratirao.com

Commentby Radha on Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:04 pm

Ganesh - Thank you again :)

Arati - Thank you! Have to agree with you :) The beauty of the set does enhance the what the actor has to contribute..

--
Radha Rangarajan
My Blog ~ Flickr