Recent 25 Comments by Tharangini B


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Commented on 20 Sep 2018 05:08:46

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@Nevilji - Thank you so much. I am really glad this image has brought back memories of Simha Farms for you and Samyak..:) @ Ganesh Sir - Thank you so much.. yes the crows did seem to share their stories of the the day and the evening was reserved for it before they departed to their respective roosts. In the words of " [b:vdxhr2cv]William Henry Davis[/b:vdxhr2cv] What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. No time to stand beneath the boughs And stare as long as sheep or cows." Ironically this poem was originally published in 1911 and holds relevance till date. In this context, I am really glad how CNP helps us reconnect with nature as it is meant to be... :) Thanks again, Tharangini

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Commented on 19 Sep 2018 11:11:19

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Thanks Samyak..:) we should ask everyone else if this is similar to our meetings around Simha Farms dining area..:) nice connection.. You are right, the crows do remember human faces well. They are comfortable around me when I fill their their bird bowls with water. I wonder if they associate the lens with some other memory. In any case I'll hold back for some time and then try.. Till then I'll just work on the compositions in my head.. :) Thanks again.

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Commented on 19 Sep 2018 05:47:38

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Thank you Ravi. You are right about the right two. The reason they are retained is when I remove them the frame looks a bit diluted. Like you have told to get another one like this where they are more balanced I'll have to wait for them to hold another meeting...:) Also for some strange reason, the crows have now stared sensing my lens even when I am 3 buildings away and they tend to regroup elsewhere as soon as I point the lens at them. Smart birds..:) now I've to get smarter...:)

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Commented on 15 Sep 2018 05:58:35

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Beautiful and meditative. The background does add magic.

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Commented on 14 Sep 2018 15:04:47

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@Raviprakash - Thank you so much... :) @Rajkumar - Thanks again...:)

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Commented on 13 Sep 2018 14:27:15

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@Rajkumar -Thank you so much. It is grain, so it can be adjusted for printing. But I must admit my knowledge about printing is very limited, so as and when and if printed, I'll definitely require expert guidance to get the effect right on print...:)

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Commented on 13 Sep 2018 04:15:47

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Thank you Nirlep ji and Nevil Ji, I am so glad you liked this image and also the noise effect since I specifically wanted to have both noise and silence in the image and am glad to receive your approval on that.

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Commented on 11 Sep 2018 15:16:08

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Thank you Nevil. Yes you are right, feel incredibly blessed to have the hornbill moment. The image was clicked underexposed, but I'll definitely revisit the processing and re-look at the thinner branches and how it can be made better. Thanks so much for pointing it out.

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Commented on 07 Sep 2018 11:35:34

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This one struck a chord for me. I can feel a certain silence in this image that seems to speak volumes.. tfs

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Commented on 05 Sep 2018 07:57:00

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This looks like a part of the Yin Yang symbol to me. So though the title says trapped, it still gives me a positive vibe like trying to find the balance between the yin and the yang. Beautifully seen and executed. Regards, Tharangini

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Commented on 04 Sep 2018 06:23:09

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This is so beautiful and elegant... the trickle of green into the browns adds to the image.

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Commented on 04 Sep 2018 05:54:16

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I 'll be visiting this image a few more times to fully comprehend it and let the nuances sink in..:)

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Commented on 04 Sep 2018 05:51:48

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Thank you Adithya... I guess the next time I am there I'll have to wait for the Hornbill to bless me again and help me make the composition with Hornbill sitting horizontally too...I've fallen in love with this tree and totally agree with Ganesh Sir, please keep all the trees... :-D Now I am very eager to come and try the composition suggested by you too... :)

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Commented on 03 Sep 2018 16:41:25

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Thank you so much again. Regards, Tharangini

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Commented on 03 Sep 2018 06:19:34

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Thank you so much. There was something so magical about this tree that even when I was looking at the tree without the Hornbill, I kept picturing one there. It was a blessing to see the Hornbill there the very next day and I guess I was just at the right place at the right time. That being said, I am sure sure others would also agree when I say we are eager, curious and excited to see your images of this tree with Hornbill. If it is already shared and if I've missed seeing it, please do point me in the right direction, so I can see them. Thanks again. Regards, Tharangini

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Commented on 02 Sep 2018 16:33:04

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The hint of noise in the background adds a lovely texture to an overall beautiful image.

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Commented on 02 Sep 2018 16:25:16

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When I saw you making this image at the waterfall, I was wondering how it would turn out and here it is. Appreciate the imagination and execution. The greens really stand out.

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Commented on 06 Aug 2018 14:26:15

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I am so sorry for not replying earlier. Thanks so much GHS Sir. The encouraging words helps in letting me me know that I am on the right path. Thanks a lot Samyak..:) Thanks Prashanth, yes the broken fence does speak volumes and can be interpreted in multiple ways. Thanks again.

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Commented on 05 May 2018 14:32:26

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Thank you so much Sir. :)

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Commented on 02 May 2018 09:50:31

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Thank you for the suggestion and sorry for the delayed reply, I had missed seeing this comment. Yes you are right, the only reason I had retained this frame was only with a faint hope that the leaves in the right end would perhaps somehow depict hair, despite the distance from the birds. I unfortunately could not get another chance to get the same scene with the birds closer to the leaf with the expectation of forming a perfect face.

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Commented on 14 Mar 2018 16:00:05

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Thank you again. I've tried removing the diagonal part in the right. I'll share it with you in a while. Let me know if that works better.

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Commented on 13 Mar 2018 13:21:29

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Thank you :)

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Commented on 13 Mar 2018 05:29:22

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Thank you. You are right. The diagonal part is a distraction. I'll try and crop that in a way to keep the height width ratio similar. I could not agree with myself earlier on how best to do it so I compromised by letting the diagonal be. Will try again.

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Commented on 10 Mar 2018 06:51:26

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Thank you Prashanth. You've a good question and frankly no answer comes to my mind that would qualify as an justifiable answer to compensate for the myriad of feelings and emotions that make up the state of our mind every minute every second and every millisecond. That's why I put 'Undecipherable' in the description. Almost a disclaimer...:) Thank you again for appreciating...:)

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Commented on 25 Feb 2018 05:03:34

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Thank you so much Sir. That probably has been my battle with myself for a very long time, to comprehend the larger picture and move ahead. The past few months specially has had me thinking in so many directions looking for various answers and solutions to step beyond certain limitations and struggles that have been a part of me for long. The quote is so powerful that it literally brought tears to my eyes. It so eloquently sums up a whole lot of thoughts, emotions and feelings. Thank you so much once again and I do hope I am on the track to make that connection with the larger picture.