Buddhist monasteries from North India are still keeping with their centuries old traditions. Monks produce beautiful art representing the wonderful culture, while they make Rangoli art, or create colorful decorations.I found this opening door and the wall its embedded , in one of such monasteries. Instead of making a tradition portrait of the door and surrounded art, I decided to pick and choose the colors and designs from each of the separately done artwork. This gives me a totally different and cross section view of what the artist must be going through when he made this art, may be parallel thoughts or those on top of the previous one.
Equipment: Canon 5D, 28-135mm
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ACL1978 (5773) 2012-09-17 13:57
Intersting work, taking multiple pieces and weaving them into your own original composition. You've created a nice path between them, with colors balancing each other out along the way. My one criticism is that the copyright notice is far too large and distracting - it takes away from the appreciation of the overall image.