Recent 25 Comments by Ganesh H Shankar


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Commented on 17 May 2017 06:57:31

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Image by : Shivang Mehta

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A fine image, Shivang!

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Commented on 15 May 2017 02:57:12

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Image by : Rajkumar

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:) Agreed!

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Commented on 13 May 2017 20:04:30

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Image by : Yallappagouda

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Nice thoughts, Yallappa. I would keep it a little more orangish than reddish.

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Commented on 13 May 2017 20:01:06

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Image by : Gaurav Vashisht

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More than the resemblance what moves me is the source/reasons/purpose behinds those 'carvings' in micro/macro/philosophic levels. Thanks for sharing Gaurav.

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Commented on 13 May 2017 19:57:51

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Image by : Gaurav Vashisht

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Mummy?!

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Commented on 02 May 2017 19:11:52

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Image by : Hardik Malavia

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Welcome to CNP, Hardik. I hope you will enjoy participating here. An interesting anthropomorphic posture. Yes, existence remains! Is that good/bad/inevitable/puzzle/beauty?? Your thoughts?

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Commented on 02 May 2017 19:05:43

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Image by : bhanukiran

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Artistic rendering. If this were mine I would crop-out till plant at the bottom of the frame. Thanks for sharing, Bhanukiran.

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Commented on 02 May 2017 19:04:03

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Image by : vijayendra_desai

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Welcome to CNP, Vijendra! I hope you will enjoy participating here. Nice graphic silhouette to start with. Did time stop, for a while?! I understand 'for a while' has time in it!!

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Commented on 30 Apr 2017 21:44:32

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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You have found an interesting tree! The vision is yours, goes without saying :)

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Commented on 30 Apr 2017 21:42:07

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Image by : Gaurav Vashisht

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Very elegant, Gaurav. Well seen!

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Commented on 29 Apr 2017 21:37:18

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Image by : Sriharsha Ganjam

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[quote:15n4pcmp]I realised that kids "see" everything in wide angle.[/quote:15n4pcmp] A very powerful observation, Sriharsha. It did not occur to me. I think the reason for this might be we grownups have already decided in our mind what to see!! So straight zoom-in there, leave everything else. Such [i:15n4pcmp]learnings[/i:15n4pcmp] have not been frozen in kids' mind yet. So they may scan the scene from left to right (or may be in all possible directions), stoping here and there to see what all interests them in the frame and ask questions. [quote:15n4pcmp] Should I be getting worried now? [/quote:15n4pcmp] We should have, long ago, I guess :) Interesting.. thanks for sharing.

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Commented on 29 Apr 2017 09:50:50

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Image by : Dr Sanjay

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A fine image Sanjay. A 'life' moving away in that path would have added a lot further I guess.

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Commented on 26 Apr 2017 08:59:04

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Image by : Tharangini B

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An interesting resemblance, Tharangini. I think another frame without those birds would help us ponder over the cattle more, as I see it. Thanks for sharing.

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Commented on 26 Apr 2017 08:55:51

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Well seen Ghanshyam, an interesting subject.

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Commented on 26 Apr 2017 08:53:58

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Image by : dinesh.ramarao

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Flying into oblivion...?

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Commented on 25 Apr 2017 10:02:28

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Image by : KarthikSamprathi

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Love the scale, pan and light. Personally I would have preferred an off-centered composition ( may be some where around top right corner, exiting from the frame) Karthik. Thanks for sharing.

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Commented on 23 Apr 2017 09:28:41

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Excellent, Ghanshyam. Did Nature implant the definition of art in our mind? Just pondering..

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Commented on 23 Apr 2017 09:25:53

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Image by : swapnil19

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An artistic setting. Where is this, Swapnil?

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Commented on 22 Apr 2017 02:02:36

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Image by : Dr Sanjay

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Thanks, Sanjay. A short description often adds to an image! I hope you will get a chance to capture 'go dhooli' (dust scattered by returning cows in the evening) too next time!!

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Commented on 22 Apr 2017 01:58:52

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Image by : Adithya U N

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Love the palettes and the twig. The faint definition of the bird adds to the music. If this were mine I would crop out a few pixels at the bottom till a pixel above the horizontal line (reflection) at the bottom.

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Commented on 22 Apr 2017 01:56:40

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Image by : chinmaymac

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Aesthetically, I think is the best of four that you have posted, Chinmay. I think it helps to dig our heart and write a few words initially. I think that might help you provide a solid purpose and strong direction to decide your frames in a series.

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Commented on 22 Apr 2017 01:51:05

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Image by : pritibhatt

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Brought smiles, Priti! Life is a mixture of both.

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Commented on 22 Apr 2017 01:49:19

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Image by : Tharangini B

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Welcome to CNP, Tharangini! I hope you will enjoy participating here. After about 9+ years of posting here at CNP, I too, like you, am not confident of posting all my images here :) But I think that is a good thing! It made me think a lot before pressing the shutter. The whole journey has been very fascinating. It started with rebelling against status quo, questioning routine pretty pictures to creative expressions, use of novel techniques, understanding light, discussion around importance of having a personal style/signature to problems with the personal style/signature to relating different form of arts like music to comparison with other forms of art like paintings to understanding visual grammar and expression of feelings and now to pondering over why all these!! All these probably will lead to couple of last frames, an empty black square and an empty white one in the not too distant future!! I would love to read a few words about this post. What are your thoughts? I think understanding abstract work needs an open dialogue with the creator to fully absorb the intent and relate to it. It is important to note nature and purpose of such exchange is more of a conversation, not an evaluation. We often mistake our posting to an evaluation which is absurd! I have learnt this after several years :) Welcome again! Looking forward to more of your participation here!

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Commented on 20 Apr 2017 09:50:22

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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A thought provoking creation, Ghanshyam! Love this image.

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Commented on 20 Apr 2017 09:49:26

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Image by : ghanshyamsavani

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Goes well with the title!