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Remains - NOT a B/W pic


Remains - NOT a B/W pic
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Copyright: mahesh patil (maheshpatil) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 89 W: 33 N: 227] (1237)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-07
Categories: Trees
Camera: Canon PowerShot S2 IS
Map: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): TrekNature [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2007-06-07 9:43
Viewed: 4147
Points: 12
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I havent got my DVD of new pics. my brother hasnt courierd yet. So I am posting some old pics. This one was shot last year in monsoon on Lohgad fort. It was peak of rainy season in Maharashtra. And trekking is fun in this season. The rain, wind and fog at this height is so strong that you can bearly walk and see. This is very famous tree on this fort as it always remains like this- without leaves whole year. I had taken this pic NOT in Black and white mode.But there were only two colrs white fog and black tree. Fog is actually the clouds which touch the mountain tops in rainy season.Hope you will enjoy this and I am eagerly waiting monsoon to start this year.

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Hello Mahesh
Very intersting shot from Lohgad fort,
Great composition ,lighting and POV,
Superb shot,

Regards
Fartash

Hi Mahesh,
A very cool picture. But the light in the upper right corner looks harsh. Thanks for sharing.

Hi Mahesh,
Lovely shot - the tree looks really spooky. The fog gives a mysterious effect to the picture. Nice composition.
Cheers, Uma

hi mahesh,
liked the concept, very nice, finely composed shot with beautiful framing,
tfs & regards
pankaj

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  • gannu Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 988 W: 4 N: 3277] (14761)
  • [2007-06-08 4:58]

Mahesh patil bhai, You really remind me of our dry days. This is what is delhi today and we eagerly await our monsoon. My critic is probably the large frame is distracting. Ganesh

I am having some trouble with my internet connection since the beginning of this month, Mahesh. First it just went dead; now it is transmitting data at snail's pace. Hope I can complete my daily quota of critiques today. Apparently, I have missed quite a few pictures recently including this one from you.
The monsoon mist can be seen entangled in the branches of this barren tree, and that is the beauty of this artistic picture.
Well done and TFS.

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