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Thread: Evening colors as seen from Ponmudi Hills

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    Default Evening colors as seen from Ponmudi Hills

    Ponmudi Hills near Trivandrum offers a respite for the residents to spend some time in cool breezy environment.The best time reach there is just after sunset!


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    Lovely riot of colours in the sky. I think slight less space at the bottom and more at the top, to show more of the clouds would have enhanced the composition further. As the shutter speed was quite less using a higher ISO would have helped. Thanks for sharing.

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    The drama is at the top. So less space at the bottom would have been great. At times identifying the interesting part in the sky and then using a longer lens works great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely shade of colors in the picture

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    Thumbs up Evening colors as seen from Ponmudi Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Lovely riot of colours in the sky. I think slight less space at the bottom and more at the top, to show more of the clouds would have enhanced the composition further. As the shutter speed was quite less using a higher ISO would have helped. Thanks for sharing.


    Completely Agree with you.

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