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!

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.