Nevil Zaveri
long exposure of low-tide during dusk. used circular polarizer to cut-down glare from the sand. thank you for your critiques and ratings.

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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:06 pm

This is magical Nevil - Just imagining a last print.. I have standing comment for you - post it larger, landscape images and better enjoyed that way. I would love to know the reason for not posting larger images on web :)

Ganesh H. Shankar
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Commentby Vijay Mohan Raj on Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:34 pm

This looks more like an aerial, the use of foreground and the magical light on the sand is really good. I feel all your images impact better when posted on a larger size.

A creative mind is a restless soul...

Commentby Guest on Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:27 pm

Very nice catch, would it be more beautiful if its in sepia with increased brightness and light coffy border?

Commentby Ashwini Kumar Bhat on Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:02 pm

Back with a bang! What an image! The colors are mesmerizing and the execution is just perfect! If you are printing large...consider one more copy! ;) Thanks for sharing!

Ashwini Kumar Bhat
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Commentby Nevil Zaveri on Sun Mar 01, 2009 10:48 am

first of all, let me thank you for your critiques and suggestions.

@ ganeshji,
there are few reasons that prevent me from posting larger images, one may find some silly or reserved.
first & most important is that i always prefer to see any image as a whole (without scroll) & that too at 100% posted size. now i know that we can click on the same, but i doubt if somebody takes that much pain. this applies much to portrait orientation.
second, i have all my images converted to the size i currently post (for my flickr website); i am teacher by profession and at the end of the long hectic day i feel little tiring (or lazy?!) to search these images from piles of CD and do everything again.
and last one is to discourage copying and misuse of my images (i have seen some on 'fully faltoo' sites); as i am planning to be a professional i want to keep some surprises with larger prints!
these are my reasons, ganeshji, and i am always open to change with convincing ideas and suggestions.

@ vmr,
yes, vijayji. my uncropped corners images shows little part of filter rim which makes it look like an image from a low flying spaceship window!

making sepia can too be a nice idea but increasing brightness will convey the mood of small afternoon hours, which i don't want. and i normally keep borders to minimum because i have a strong belief that when a picture is seen, nothing should come in between the image and the viewer, not even a frame or border.

thank you, ashwiniji, someday i am planning to...


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Commentby Sudhir Shivaram on Sun Mar 01, 2009 11:38 am

I believe words cannot do justice to this image. This has to be seen and enjoyed.

Sudhir Shivaram
Bangalore, India

Commentby nirlep on Tue Mar 03, 2009 9:34 am

Hey Nevil
This image is a free verse on print. I would love the detractors of free verse to have a look at this. Vertical frame is another beauty of this image. It sort of genders it; making it look petite and feminine.
Thanks for sharing.

Commentby Pramod Viswanath on Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:39 am

Beautiful landscape image Nevil! Just love those colors and foreground emphasis a lot. Play of light and shadows is very well portrayed in the frame!

Pramod Viswanath
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Our only limitation is imagination !

Commentby Santosh Saligram on Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:25 pm

The mesmerizing patterns, the resplendent colours and the magnificent sky combine to make this a memorable image.

Commentby sree.kumar.h on Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:18 pm

Brilliant! Leaves me wanting to see it again and again and again... great colors.