This snap was taken from a "ghat" in Barrackpore, used
for the immersion of the idol. This is known as "Rani Rasmoni ghat", after the name of the founder of Dakshineswar Kali Temple. The distant jetty was used for unloading raw jute, until 30 years back. The white building is another ghat, close to this, and associated
with the only burning place in the town.
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arnab_thokder (63) 2006-03-27 5:22
Nice shot. The DOF could be slightly different. Like the boy and the girl, or the bird which is hardly visible. The water is great.
arnabchat (7233) 2006-03-28 5:07
nice try, keep doing. like the little touch of the flying crow, nice tinges of bright colors here n there....
thaprem (2558) 2006-03-28 9:28
Wonderful POV...A pottential story evolving...Only that it could have been a little closer...Also, the Exposure has gone little awry towards the right .... I have tried a workshop on this by burning the portion a little..Do let me know.
pranab (5354) 2006-05-22 3:41
this is the kind of shots i wish i've taken when in kolkata, but life was too busy to indulge on this things, maybe in future i'll be able to do what i want not what life demands.
here , even the sky is a bit overexposed you have captured the colors and detaisl very well.your dof is great and thus we can explore all the little details here.
RuiTavares (0) 2007-12-29 13:50
Good Photo keep it Sharp!
- Copyright: Somnath Bhattacharya (somnath) (220)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-03-20
- Categories: Daily Life, Transportation
- Camera: Kodak C340
- Exposure: f/4.6, 1/90 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2006-03-27 5:14