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Copyright: Partha Pal (partha) (54)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-05-15
Categories: Sky
Camera: Canon 30D, Canon 17-40 f/4L
Exposure: f/8, 1/125 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-06-04 13:20
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This shot was taken at a remote place of Birbhum,my working place. I never see identical sky in my life. The beauty of sky never repeats. Nature has so many shade, so many variety. She is the creator of everything.
HOPE u like it.

About Birbhum:
Birbhum (Bengali: বীরভূম) is a district in West Bengal state of India. It lies at the middle of the western border of West Bengal right below the narrow waist of the state_name. Birbhum is the northernmost district of "Bardhaman Division" -one of the three administrative divisions of the state_name. Called by the name of "The land of red soil" Birbhum is famous for its topography and cultural heritage which is unique and is somewhat different from that of the other districts in West Bengal. Birbhum has also been the proud abode of nobel laureates like Rabindranath Tagore and Amartya Sen.

Birbhum has a dual blend of bushy plateau (Chhotanagpur) terrain from the west with its partly migratory tribal (Santhal) anthropological components, that gradually merges with the alluvial plainland terrain with stable farmer communities towards the east. The district is cyclically dried and flooded by the rain-fed rivers like Ajay and Mor. Ridden with this geo-anthropological diversity this land has given birth to many cultural and religious movements in history. As a single district it harbours the largest number of shakti peethas exemplified particularly by Bakreshwar and Tarapeeth. Visva Bharati University at Santiniketan, established by Rabindranath Tagore, is one of the places Birbhum is internationally renowned for. The star attraction of many of the famous festivals of this district, including Pous mela, are the safron clad bauls singing their deep philosophical songs in the local dialect along with playing their folk music typified by the indigenous instrument called ektara
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Hi Partha,
Very good picture. I love this sky pattern and fabulous Composition. The exposure is spot on. TFS. Give more details about equipements.

Hello Partha.

Excellent picture, nice composition and colors.

Jose Luis.

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  • horia Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2158 W: 224 N: 4749] (16656)
  • [2007-06-05 2:59]

Hello Parthat and a warm welcome to TrekNature!

This is a simply splendid composition from every what possible!
The colors here are amazing and and the tones give the photo so much atmosphere. You are right...a beautiful sky is unique...there can never be one just like it!
The silhouette of the tree is also charming and presented with very sharp details while also adding a lot to the overall composition.
Superb work!

Bravo and TFS

amazing I love the photograph

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