I think that people explains the real dimension of the misterious big stone.
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glitch (763) 2004-11-24 5:21
Great photo Livia! Nice composition with the tree and the boulder. You're right, the people do add the scale needed to sense the danger of this precariously placed stone! It looks quite imminent to roll down this slope! Nice colours and sharpness, thanks for sharing.
sohrab (7439) 2004-11-24 6:51
hello livia ,
im sending you another version of this photograph from one of my favourite photographers. i hope you like it. perhaps it'll give you an idea of what else you could do in terms of both colours and composition
take care :)
the raghu rai version
p.s. im not implying that your composition is bad (the colour is a little dull though) i'm just showing you another viewpoint :)
billabongx (1585) 2004-11-24 7:00
Very interesting picture, well framed and instructive.
oochappan (16173) 2004-11-24 7:07
I like that you captured this stone with very natural colors in his wide open environment with people around to scale and next time I am sure you will go closer to make a tight shot to make this Krishna Butterball even more impressive as it will fill the whole frame. ( see one of my first posts, another view.)
kaud (1840) 2004-11-24 7:28
Get back to Mahabalipuram to snap this shot once again.
Shift your frame to right; take the whole of the tree in your frame and leave left part of your photo which is void.
IMO this will be better.
scalerman (26900) 2004-11-24 14:43
nice broad shot. there are a few other shots of this famous place on TE.
Jacobp (798) 2006-09-18 20:17
intresting and lovely.
- Copyright: Livia Comandini (lestans) (17168)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2002-05-07
- Categories: Humorous
- Camera: Nikon Coolpix 990
- Exposure: f/7.5
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Balancing Rocks and Arches [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-11-24 5:13