Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Beach where Two Worlds Met

The Beach where Two Worlds Met
Reflections of the sky over wet beaches at different times of the day are amazing, aren't they? For me, this was one of those heavenly abodes where two worlds met harmoniously! Can you guess whether this photo was captured before the sunrise or after the sunset?

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  1. Unfathomable....vast and beautiful. I felt like being in the picture standing there witnessing and feeling the moment Anunoy.

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    1. I too felt quite lost in those colorful reflections... I'm sure you do, still I'd re-insist you to incline towards beach photography any time except the middle of the day... results are mostly 'wow', irrespective of what gears you're using! :-)

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  2. So ..it's Bakkhali... :-D..wonderful shot I must say..heavenly...

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    1. Yes... you rightly inferred it from the tag... thanks a lot Maniparna :-)

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  3. Awesome shot :-) After sunset , I guess.

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    1. Thank you Mridubala... and yes you nailed it... post sunset it was :-)

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  4. OH MY .. Paaji You need to show me how to take such picturessss ...

    THIS IS AWESOMEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    Bikram's

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    1. It is blushing time for me now!
      Sometimes nature gives you opportunities to take credit from your friends for activities you had no hands on ;-)

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    1. Exactly Pankti... so here's a hajmola for you :-P

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    1. Thanks a lot Jayapriya... and I sincerely apologize for my delay in replying back :(

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  7. Wow you should probably publish such photos to NatGeo or something and get a book published. You should also try to sell them as Desktop Wallpapers. They would have a very good demand...

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    1. Siddharth.... I don't know how to express the overwhelming gratitude when your blogger friend spends so much time from his schedule on your blog! Hats off bro for being so patient!! Unlike wordpress commenting/replying system in blogspot/blogger is not so well developed, so I'm replying of all your comments under one thread just for your ease in case you ever check back :-)

      Well, I know you're being good to me and trying to encourage me but I understand natgeo needs much more than what I can offer... so may be someday as my learning curve soars high I can dare to knock their door :-))

      Sorry buddy, no idea of Transformer series... not my genre :-P

      Considering you too dig Liam Neeson's ways watch out for Taken 3 ;-)

      The photo of a shop in Kathmandu which you wished to see in color is not at all worthwhile to share and trust me on this :-( BTW, I'm getting more fascinated with black and white photography or with shades of gray... I feel I've more control on my subjects that way :-)

      Take care and catch you :-D

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