from an undeveloped zone by hoangthenhiem (2531)
jabber (323) 2013-11-28 10:38
beautiful,how can i say a deep eastern feeling with English language?
how much this room is clean.it is about a mother who love her life and her family.a maternal and peace feelings flow in your photo.
i remember my mom.
show me the shore by hoangthenhiem (2531)
kabel (1537) 2013-11-21 19:09
Hello, an excellent b/w image that evokes the solitude of the fisherman with the gracefulness of the trees. Perfectly balanced and deeply moving. I hope you don't mind if I add this image to the theme Artistic Images on TE.
Thank you and have a great day,
heading home by hoangthenhiem (2531)
blueaquan (157) 2013-04-10 10:54
As most have mentioned, the image is almost surreal. I was just thinking to myself if one is creative, even a simple daily life activity of a shepherd tethering his sheep can go on o make a wonderful Photograph.
By the way, the name "Panduranga" struck a chord with me, could you kindly check whether the source is from the Cham Language please, because in India, especially the state of Karnataka, "Panduranga" is Lord Vishnu, the principle Deity in Hindu Culture. Since you mentioned, that it was a Hindu Temple earlier, the chances are that the name may have referred to Lord Vishnu.
against the wind by hoangthenhiem (2531)
Shanky (96) 2013-01-14 5:55
This is an excellent frame. Liked the exposure very much.
The sand grains flying around give the image a nice and natural grainy look.
The lifted right leg of the lady gives a sense of movement which is complimented by the prevailing negative space on the left of the frame.
This makes me remember one of my favorite quotes from the movie Rocky Balboa: "Life is not about how hard you get hit, it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward"