'Remaining' Photographer




Ganesh H Shankar
'Remaining' Photographer
Once upon a time this was an ever green jungle. The photographer in the scape is Adithya Biloor!
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Ganesh H. Shankar
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Ganesh H Shankar  Joined CNP On 24 Apr 2008    Total Image posts 905    -   Total Image Comments 7740    -   Image Post to Comment Ratio 1:9    -   Image Comment Density 38     -     Total Forum Posts 956

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Commentby Rajkumar on Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:02 pm

hmm we have to photograph what remains......but hope more remains because we photograph them .......

our screens are not doing justice to the pano. May be a slide show sometime.........:)

Art is about what is inside rather than what is outside

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Commentby Prashanth Sampagar on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:36 pm

Hard hitting title & image, Ganesh! I've seen stories of people who have lost their houses because of these dams. Wish we could listen to the trees.


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Commentby Raviprakash S S on Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:54 pm

Once upon a time this was an ever green jungle, now it has lost all its colours and become pale. From Life to lifeless in the name of Life :(


Commentby Ghanshyam Savani on Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:55 pm

What 'remains' when we are free from the 'known'? That space is the space of goodness and creativity I visualise.......! Dried up stumps and that too in water creates the waves of thoughts of ever going duality in the human mind.......! When these waves cease, there 'remains' absolute consciousness of freedom.......! Panoramic view helps create ever and far flowing river of life....

I am reminded of Osho's following description: (And I visualise, "How would it have been if this image were the title page of it?")

"In Hermann Hesse’s book Siddhartha, Siddhartha lives with a boatman. And there is no one, just the river, the boatman and Siddhartha. And the boatman is a very silent man. He has lived all his life with the river. He has become silent, he rarely speaks. Whenever Siddhartha feels lonely, he tells Siddhartha to go to the river, to listen to the river. It is better than listening to human words.

And then by and by, Siddhartha is attuned to the river. Then he begins to feel its moods - the river changes moods. Sometimes it is friendly and sometimes it is not, and sometimes it is singing and sometimes it is weeping and crying, and sometimes there is laughter and sometimes there is sadness. And then he begins to feel the slight, delicate differences. His ear becomes attuned."

I love this image very much.....

Thanks and regards...

NB: You have gifted us the following image at the time of the exhibition of 'One Year Certificate Course in Nature and wildlife Photography Course run by our Navsari Agricultural University and it is in the display on the wall of the class room.....

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