He She- Fissures of emotions: He




Adithya Biloor
He She- Fissures of emotions: He
Second one from the set. First one is here
Tue Jul 24, 2012 11:06 pm
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Adithya Biloor  Joined CNP On 29 May 2008    Total Image posts 218    -   Total Image Comments 838    -   Image Post to Comment Ratio 1:4    -   Image Comment Density 40     -     Total Forum Posts 192

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Commentby subhankar on Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:23 am

I think I can see your "He" :)
The subtle highlights work very well in defining the face. It surely needs special eyes to find something like this in nature..


Commentby Erin T on Wed Jul 25, 2012 8:32 am

looks like the glacial fields of a mountainous landscape to me...seen from high up you can see the cracks and fissures in the mountainside, and where the glaciers meet the scree fields. the orange fungus on the white looks just like the orange fungus seen growing on snow fields. Well done and just goes to show that beauty does lie in the eye of the beholder..we all see what we want to see.

Erin T.

Erin T.
aka BYET

Commentby Santhosh K on Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:24 am

lovely tones of color....and the patterns......beautifully seen indeed....thanks for sharing Adithya......

Santhosh Krishnamoorthy

Commentby Nilanjan Das on Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:47 am

I too for a moment felt it was an aerial view of a landscape of mountains and snow :-). Probably how Erin has described does not go with our experience of seeing nature with snow and mountains and colors which are found in such habitat. I know your attempt has been entirely different,but am liking this image more by imagining it to be a aerial view of a beautiful scape.

Nilanjan Das Photography

Commentby Vikas T R on Wed Jul 25, 2012 10:17 am

I think, i am getting the theme of these set of images. Your initial words in the first image are making me see these images with more curiosity.
Waiting for your next image in the set.

"The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity."
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