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Ganesh H Shankar
Butterfly - Morning
Seasons greetings to all before I go off net on a vacation. Will catch up with you all after couple of weeks...
Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:02 am
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Commentby neelu on Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:54 pm

what a lovley gift for the festival season coming up... just loved the various layers that one looks through, soft criss crossing radiating grass stalks, the subtle muted tone variations, the upright flowerbud, the dew drops in focus and out of focus, and the butterfly wrapping it all up.. the sheerness of it all.. takes my breath away.. thank you Ganesh

Commentby Samyak on Sat Oct 13, 2012 7:03 pm

This is a lovely creation. The butterfly and the dew drop keep you hooked on the left side of the portion. The rhythmic drop of the grass blades with dew drops on it adds so much to this.
The flower bud on right rises from such shallow DOF to come to life along side a butterfly and probably waiting for one to come to it.
With these two together, the photograph represents the wait and reception at the same time. TFS.
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You have a wonderful vacation ahead Ganesh ji and come back with memories to cherish for lifetime :-)

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~Samyak.
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Commentby Hrishikesh N on Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:46 pm

Absolutely amazing ..... an image to for me to learn about Visual Order... Loved it even more as it is in Black and white.. Have a great time Ganesh...

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Commentby Bhavya Joshi on Sun Oct 14, 2012 12:53 pm

The Positive result of backlits Images Can be Seen Here,... I fiend always Delete Backlits Images, After I shows CNP Gallery and your Gallery... He was Too much Inspire.. that Now He taking only Back lit Images... :)TFS

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Commentby nirlep on Mon Oct 15, 2012 4:11 pm

Ganesh you've weaved such magic with butterfly images! Each one has a different strand to it. This one is made special by blades of grass criss-crossing oof dew drops. There are very subtle presences which water-mark the canvas.
Thanks for sharing

Commentby Nilanjan Das on Tue Oct 16, 2012 5:42 pm

You know what is the beauty of this image Ganshi ? Every single element in the image, be it the blob of the stray light or the strands holding the flower appears so necessary for the image. It feels like you have carefully placed them. Just nothing seems to be like a chord out of place, this image is a classical example of an ENSEMBLE. I have been seeing this image everyday and it slowly grew in me and finally I could feel the music in it, how every single element individually as well as in togetherness created an amazing music for the heart. This is so very important to understand in every art form, this balance of all the elements working together and yet having their individual space brings so much life in what we see or hear. I did not see this image as a butterfly or a flower image or even a habitat for the butterfly at all. I felt that when nature arranges such an ensemble like this,the music or the poetry in visual opens up an amphora of happiness. SPLENDID buddy :-).

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Commentby Prashanth Sampagar on Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:39 pm

This is a fabulous creation, Ganesh! What I like about this image is how all the elements in this image complimenting each other. I have thoroughly enjoyed the gentleness in the overall picture. Not to say the overall balance of the image is just amazing. TFS

Regards,
Prashanth