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Thread: abolima-a flower found on kaas plateau

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    Default abolima-a flower found on kaas plateau

    canon 400d,canon 18-55,f-8,1/100,iso-200
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    A beautiful flower. I like the colours and the composition here. The dew drops enhances the image.

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    Lovely colours and composition. Sharp. Liked the dew drops and the green back ground. Gives a fresh look.
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    Nicely composed. The suttle greens look good. I like the flower (obviously) and the entwined leaf patterns on the stalk... Thanks for sharing.
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    Bibhav Behera
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    thanks for comments. I must admit that you three have taught me a lot regarding the composition and ways to improve the beauty of image...many many thanks !
    Dr.Jitendra Katre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jitendra Katre View Post
    thanks for comments. I must admit that you three have taught me a lot regarding the composition and ways to improve the beauty of image...many many thanks !
    It is always a pleasure to see people improving fast. I must say that not everybody takes feedback well. There have been cases where people have become defensive and have tried to give excuses. I guess that is human nature. However, that stops us from reflecting and hence in learning and improving.

    I feel if an artist is honest with his work, then he will realise his potential.

    You have been accepting feedback and implementing it and it shows in your work. Please keep on sharing your images, so that we can see that part of our country through your eyes. Also keep on sharing your perspective about images of others. That will not only help others learning fast, but also help you in visualising.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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