WellAnother one from Susunia..This time depicting the greenery that prevails there with long stretches of road where driving is such a great pleasure..!!I was trying out to take the road with the greenery all around but then I saw this man coming in his bicycle so included him the the shot as an element of dynamism..!!
Susunia is the name of a hill with 400 m height stretching 3.2 km. It is situated at a distance of 20 km from the district town, Bankura. The river Gandheswari flows along the foot of the hill. Susunia is connected with bus routes from Bankura. In the 4th century there was a fort built by King Chandrabar-man. Now-a-days, because of its height, it has become an ideal site for undergoing training in mountaineering. The archaeologists also have found relics of the reign of King Chandrabarman. On the hillside-there is a small murmuring waterfalls. By the side of the falls, there is a small minar of about 2 m height. This minar is worshipped by the local people as a symbol of Nrisingha-an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Susunia is famous for Dokra art and craft (Dokra is the art of manufacturing in a special technique various gift item, idols etc. with brass).
I tried out a different kind of frame here..do let me know how you like it..!!!
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nirajsinha (855) 2007-08-13 3:20
The greenery in both sides of road is so nice. The placement of cycleman is perfect. Hey I can see kanwarias in saffron in the extreme end of the road.
sagar (2410) 2007-08-13 5:25
Beautiful framing.Its the frame that has worked so well here.The greenery is outstanding as well!!
rudra_lahiri (76) 2007-08-13 5:57
This is another addition to your shots. The compostion is good, positioning of subject on the one-third is perfect. placement of horizon is good. good color saturation you have obtained. overall a good shot.
RADEEH (2802) 2007-08-13 6:54
The lights are very special here. The morning lights all over the place makes it a very powerful and refreshing composition. The PoV is perfect to enjoy this country side view. Good the man is not looking at you. Great shot! Congrats!!
goodwill (4881) 2007-08-13 9:35
The touch of the old is the touch of the gold. Seeems to be from a scene from an old Hindi movie, with the protagonist cycling to home for lunch.
the greenery provides a post card view and the frame suits the mood of this shot.
Creativity has no limits, and this is what I learn from this shot of yours Indranil.
Gustaw (21670) 2007-08-13 10:49
Hi, my friend!
Interesting composition and very oryginal frame. Good composition with man with bicle. Only so many light in left hihgt corner. But it is very good vacation view.
japiey (10163) 2007-08-13 11:29
Very sensible, and admirable is this image from you. The relaxed feel of nature in its set down time and the motion of the character forward, cycling, creates a good sensible thought of life's importance and need.
Imaginative.. well done !!
As you say, "ENJOY..!!!"
avishek_khan (544) 2007-08-13 23:23
Chhobita dekhe bangla na likhe para jachhe na. Mount K er maya katiye bhora borshay bhaggish Susunia paari diyechhile, tabe na emon maatir gandho makha ekkhana drishyo pelam. Tabe cycle aarohir o kintu khanikta credit prapyo! bhadrolok ekbaro aar chokhe camerar dike takanni!!
aaro emon drishyer apekkhay roilam.
happypoppeye (4817) 2007-08-14 15:10
Good shot Indranil. Composition with the man in the forefront, riding his bike "out of the picture", along the road that starts from the back and comes through the whole photo looks great. The colors, reminiscient of "older type" colors with a little grain thrown in, look great, especially in the differeing shades of green and in the man and his bike. Good lighting and a nice, dramatic sky in the background only add to the appeal of the photo. I do like the framing, very original. Although I don't think I would do my whole portfolio like this, it definitely looks good with this shot.
prumod (8300) 2007-08-21 6:02
marvelous naturea nd daily life of west bengal vilages! very interesting to note that, it is excactly same as kerala villages except the palm trees... kerala i would be coconut trees..
nazimulislam (33) 2010-02-17 11:11
The relaxed feel of nature in its set down time peaceful place no pollution and population make its imaginary.....