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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:13 pm

There is a mystic appeal in this frame Nirvair. What are your thoughts on inclusion of the coconut leaves at the top ? Not sure whether exclusion of that would add further. May be B&W will work well too. Thanks for sharing.

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Commentby Adithya Biloor on Sat Jul 14, 2012 6:18 pm

Melancholic! . Is that tree dancing? Is he/she is in a deep sorrow? What are those coconut leaves telling? Are those tree's thoughts/emotions?

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Commentby nirvair singh on Sat Jul 14, 2012 7:09 pm

Ganesh uncle I did have another frame where there were no leaves, but then it was too direct for my tastes buds. Those leaves make me travel through the image and then they take perch over those leaves. It somehow gives movement to the tree, and adds a component of life with the form.

Adithya ji, those questions were aroused for me too, but still couldn't come up with a single interpretation. It was the bare form of it and the coherent arms which lead to nothing but a dark side.

Commentby Sravan Kumar on Sun Jul 15, 2012 8:59 am

I feel the same as Ganesh ji on exclusion of top leaves. This is image is good enough without those.
I like the form with a dark background, giving a mysterious feeling with that shape.
But I am interested in knowing whether this can be shot with a tripod avoiding such high ISO where more details can be seem in the form.
Thanks for sharing.

Commentby nirvair singh on Mon Jul 16, 2012 1:42 am

Sravan ji, thanks a lot for your suggestions.
This shot was actually taken using a tripod with an aperture of f/8. I could perhaps increase the aperture further to get more details, but then the leaves usually disappear because of the slow shutter speed. I have another picture where i have excluded the leaves, should i post it over here Ganesh uncle?