Recent 25 Comments by Manjunath


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Commented on 26 Sep 2015 14:32:27

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Thank you Ganesh Sir.. Cropping as you suggested was what I thought about when processing this one, but went against it as I wanted to have a hint of the head to suggest the starting point of the horns and give room to mentally construct the head..

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Commented on 28 Dec 2014 06:48:24

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Sir, your view gives a new life to this image.. the leafless trees look very sinister now :)..

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Commented on 24 Dec 2014 20:51:03

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Another sensory treat.. but why "Ignorance", Sir? Solitude, contemplation, "at peace" are some of the things that come to mind when I see this. Would like to get your view.

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Commented on 10 Nov 2014 17:10:41

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Thank you Sir.. Yes, I know people who would cry foul even when you just crop an image :)

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Commented on 03 Nov 2014 11:56:42

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Thank you both.. It is indeed unique the way their flight is..

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Commented on 01 Nov 2014 07:39:32

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Thank you Sir.. just the two does make more impact..

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Commented on 05 Nov 2013 19:16:44

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such a big bird elegantly perched on the delicate looking branch.. the ends of the tail looks like part of the branches.. this is visual poetry to me, thanks for sharing..

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Commented on 05 Nov 2013 19:13:15

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Thank you both for the kind words.. Nirlep Sir - I remember that wonderful image too.. that and another image here with reflections of weeds ("geometry" i think it was called) were the 2 images that came to my mind while processing this one.. Falak - Rotating 90 degrees adds a completely different dimension to this image and looks better.. thanks for the suggestion.. i should have probably tried that before posting :).. BTW, love your signature "I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.".. So true..

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Commented on 07 Mar 2013 19:43:17

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this is great, but I almost want to see this one with the foreground in focus with the tiger out of focus.. that would to the mystery to this wonderful animal.. also if you could try cropping the left portion of the frame until the starting of the big tree in the foreground.. TFS..

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Commented on 07 Mar 2013 19:38:17

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so simple, yet thought provoking.. wish I could borrow your mind for a day or two :).. tfs Sir.. always a pleasure seeing your creations..

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Commented on 24 Feb 2013 20:05:40

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the colors, the faint impressions in the background, birds rising from darkness, all this and more adds perfectly to the frame.. its like watching a movie, all in just one frame.. thanks for sharing..

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Commented on 29 Jan 2013 20:37:42

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Thank you Nirlep Sir.. glad you saw the thorns as gentle perch :)

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Commented on 28 Jan 2013 18:30:39

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Thank you Sir.. before uploading this image i was thinking of writing something on those lines but couldnt put it into words, you have described it beautifully..

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Commented on 26 Jan 2013 09:25:46

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At first i felt the bright spot on the bottom right a bit distracting, but after watching the frame for a while, the bright spot just goes to the background and the water streaks dominate it (hope that made sense :)).. the streaks looks like so many things i have seen artifically(sparks, fireworks, water fountains etc), but they pale in comparison to this depiction in nature.. im in love with this one and a great creation as always Sir.. i would like to see another variation of this with the neck bent, so as to not give the clue of what bird/animal it is.. that i feel would make the mind wander even more :)

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Commented on 12 Dec 2012 18:11:09

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looks like an angel flying by :).. wonderful execution..

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Commented on 12 Dec 2012 18:09:55

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love the rocks, the grainy clouds and wonderful posture of the peacock.. for me the temple in the left is actually distracting.. without that it i feel it would have a better mood and impact.. tfs..

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Commented on 04 Nov 2012 07:59:13

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haha, i can imagine them singing tht when they are walking tht path :).. nice forest feel in this image, but i wish the deer was facing away and walking towards that path.. i guess we cant control that :).. tfs..

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Commented on 04 Nov 2012 07:54:23

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it has a nice dreamy effect and i like the dark patches created by the foliage.. but you could try processing once again, to bring out the misty morning feel.. tfs..

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Commented on 04 Nov 2012 07:49:38

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i am a big fan of such graphic images and this is a fantastic frame.. loved the way the KF blends in, and yet stands out.. i would have liked more room on the left of the frame and little crop on the right.. tfs..

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Commented on 19 Oct 2012 18:36:01

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thanks Yogesh.. i do agree this is not the most convincing image to portray fall in b/w.. glad you still like it :)

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Commented on 16 Oct 2012 18:27:37

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Bharath, the effect is amazing.. the amount of blur is perfect for my taste.. tfs..

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Commented on 16 Oct 2012 17:24:04

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Thanks all :) @Nirlep - you wanting to steal mine, thats probably the best compliment :).. even i hadnt seen such rich fall colors before.. was totally awestruck.. @Nilanjan - Sir, your comments are always refreshing :).. i did try cropping the top portion first, but wasnt happy.. will try it again and post it in illustration forum.. @Shankar - this was taken at Hocking hills state park in Ohio.. its about an hour drive from my place..

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Commented on 08 Oct 2012 17:13:01

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thank you Sir.. the bottom region is the entrance to the tunnel, wanted to include it as well..

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Commented on 07 Oct 2012 20:56:55

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this is such a powerful image and evokes a lot of emotion.. one that i will remember for a long long time.. tfs..

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Commented on 07 Oct 2012 20:56:01

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loved the description :).. coming to the image, i wish the focus was the other way around.. with the 3 in front in focus and the other two oof.. nice mood though..