Monday, December 21, 2009

Monochrome mania


Morning has broken at Sewri mudflats in Mumbai!
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22 comments:

  1. I think this shot looks wonderful in b&w! That's a lot of birds!

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  2. Great shot, I hope everyone enlarges the photo to get the full effect.
    The Road to Here

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  3. Wonderful shot!! This one is a really good one. Well done.

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  4. That's a lot of feathers in the air!

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  5. Predominantly pink - lovely in B&W. Nicely cropped.

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  6. oh i really like this one. just a great shot!

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  7. beautiful! the exposure is excellent with great highlights and beautiful silhouettes! merry christmas!

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  8. Beautiful! Inviting and peaceful,
    wish I could make photos like yours.
    Greetings Aleksandra

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  9. Perfect composition, a postcard so beautiful!
    Léia

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  10. What an amazing shot. The birds in the water are as riveting as those in flight. Beautiful composition, Deepak.

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  11. I love that song....
    Very well caught image.
    Seasons Greetings to you....

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  12. Oh wow wow wow wow...

    This needs to be in a gallery somewhere. Seriously. this is a "money shot" if I ever saw one.

    Brilliant!

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  13. I agree with Mojo!
    Gallery!!!

    Awesome work Magic.

    Peaceful X-mas,
    Anna

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  14. So beautiful!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to You!

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  15. Yes the full effect needs the enlarged version. I like the composition and the extreme contrast.

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  16. A real garden of Eden and in bigger panoramic format it was truly a dream. Excellent magical light.

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  17. It is really a great panoramic shot :)

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  18. great photo. Love the long narrow photo.

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  19. What an amazing shot. The birds in the water are as riveting as those in flight. Beautiful composition, Deepak.

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