Photo Study: capturing colour red

It’s late evening and my mind needs some relaxation after a day full of brain storming. I decided to participate in Brenda’s photo study: red. You have to believe me 🙂

Instead of going out.  I digged into my archives and looked the way I have captured red in my early photography days :D. The photos are from early 2015 when I got my DSLR.

As we know it is very difficult not to notice “Red” and at the same time it is really hard to get a good shot (I will never say perfect in my case).

Let’s begin our journey…

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What feels like the end is often the beginning!

 

 

 

 

“Men are like pillow-cases. The colour of one may be red, that of another blue, and that of the third black; but all contain the same cotton within. So it is with man; one is beautiful, another is ugly, a third holy, and a fourth wicked; but the Divine Being dwells in them all”
―Swami Ramakrishna  Paramahamsa

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Various shades of colour red on a street!

Right now it’s summer, how about relaxing on a red bench

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With sommer specials!

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Stages of Dandelion!

Since we talked much about the beauty of Dandelion flower at various stages of life cycle.  I decided to collect and present photos from my collection.

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Change isn’t just one thing,
just one time,
just one big revelation.
Change occurs in stages,
and phases,
which each add depth,
color,
character, and
create a multidimensional,
multifaceted you.
~Doe Zantamata
The name: “Dandelion” is an English corruption of the French name for this plant: “dent de lion” meaning “lion’s tooth”, a reference to the tooth-like serrations on the plant’s leaves. (via uncle Google)
The photographs are from my wordpress archive.

Sunday Trees – Gulmohar or the flame tree

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The season was perfect to capture the beautiful vibrant Gulmohar trees. Somehow I could not manage to capture more of these.  The image of this beautiful tree is inspired by Becca’s Sunday trees theme.

—NEXT—

An attempt to express my feelings about not using my camera in the way I use it most of the time.

The zest to capture moments was alive.

Eyes were watching many small details everywhere.

BUT

The mind was set on other core things.

The heat was playing role of white noise in most efficient way.

RESULT

Less moments captured.

Many possibilities left unnoticed.

Life wins over fervour for a hobby.

A lesson learned.

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Thanks for reading!