A few days earlier there was a bit strom in and around the City, due to the western disturbances. This blew away many of the hoardings from the Malls, billboards from the road sides and of course big old trees.
When the havoc was over after the drizzle, the sky line was inviting.
The setting Sun has always inspired me, be it from the hills of Jakhoo, be it from the kalyani helipad at Shimla or my rooftop at Ludhiana.
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Sonata11 (31245) 2013-09-26 11:44
I like this composition of the sunset with the greenery silhouette. Wonderfully executed. Well done. Tfs.
UlfE (14140) 2013-09-28 6:33
Perhaps a little bit too dark and underexposed, but it is certainly not easy to capture a sunset with such strong sunlight as it was here. TFS and have nice day!
marina7 (7162) 2013-09-30 13:16
well I see you're not a strong adherent of the rule of thirds either:)) For me the rules are the last thing I think about...it's all about intuition and personal perception.
But you're right on this one, the beautiful golden lines of the clouds are the center of attention here. According to the rules again - the lower black part is non-informative and should be cropped as we can't see any details there. But it fits the diagonal layout so well and since we don't wear night vision glasses every day anyway, the photo just reflects the reality and looks great to me as it is in all its blackness:) Stunning scene!
Thanks and have a great week!
gervaso (9247) 2013-10-03 11:34
I like the dark tones of this picture, with the sun appearing beautifully behind the silhouettes of these leaves! Great composition! Wonderful job!
halikarnas (5918) 2013-11-01 4:47
Siyah güzel renktir,tabii yerinde kullanabilirsen.
- Copyright: Rajeev Moudgil (goodwill) (4879)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-09-22
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Canon EOS 60D
- Exposure: f/16, 1/3000 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-09-25 11:37