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Thread: Still Waters & Piercing Reflections - HAPPY DIWALI & NEW YEAR...

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    Smile Still Waters & Piercing Reflections - HAPPY DIWALI & NEW YEAR...

    It was lovely evening & very pleasing outing. I just loved to be with nature after a long time

    WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY DIWALI & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. WISH COMING NEW YEAR BRINGS LOTS OF JOY, HAPPINESS & HEALTHY LIFE WITH GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO REPRESENT NATURE IN A BEAUTIFUL WAY

    Cheers, Rahul
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    Wish you a Happy Deepavali Rahul!

    It is always great to photograph reflections as the symmetry invokes a pleasant feeling. Here the vertical and repeated lines created by the trees is nice. The details have come out well. May be a bit more crop from the right would have strengthened the image. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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    HAPPY DEEPAVALI...!!

    A beautiful composition. I agree with Sabyasachi about the crop from the right. The reflection looks nice. Very well captured. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards,
    Mrudul Godbole

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    Thank you so much Sabyasachi & Mrudul for your encouraging words and am so glad you both loved the effect of reflection and shared your Deepawali wishes with me .

    Yes, a bit crop from right make a difference. I kept it as it is with a thought that tiny leaves on the top-right corner will give depth to the far away tree line but I think they are distracting as well

    Thank you once again for your important correction

    All best wishes,

    Cheers, Rahul

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    beautiful photograph.... the still water enhances the image....

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