Taken on the way to munnar from Bangalore.
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a-lee (430) 2008-11-01 8:28
hello neelima ;
Impressive composition and nice POV.
Superb light and colors.
goodfriend19 (283) 2008-11-01 8:43
simply awesome composition, magical light, silhouette of the wind mills in the canvas of such a dramatic sky makes me spellbound.
Only objection (not so important though) , the sky is overexposed in some places. If this is corrected by proper PP this would be flawless IMO.
Thax for sharing,keep posting
dArpAn (499) 2008-11-04 3:58
Looks like a painting on the comprising of vast skyscape...
The play of golden light and clouds has made it more dramatic...
Equally well thought title. Good work Neelima....
just one point, color seems to be overdone at the lower right corner. I guess its not overly done pp..
xavshot (69835) 2008-11-05 10:02
très belle ambiance dans cette photo. J'aime beaucoup les couleurs et comment les silhouettes des éoliennes se dessinent sur ce ciel. Bravo.
jafadabret (56501) 2008-11-18 23:35
Ce ciel est extraordinaire avec le soleil qui passe à travers les nuages. Le premier plan en contre-jour où figurent des éoliennes est bien fait.
MeAT (1174) 2008-12-01 7:27
I find this is a great picture. The sunlight flooding the background and the silhouettes of those windmills are well mixed together. The angled horizon adds a little touch of "spontanéité" I find.
The .jpg makes a weird compression around the windmills. I don't know how that came. Maybe a bit of over sharpening.
Loucoz (592) 2008-12-13 6:15
great composition, amazing light, perhaps the colours are strange ( in the corners i think the blue is satured)
filidor (56) 2008-12-18 0:32
Great light condition Youhave captured here!
MarianneS (15338) 2009-01-14 0:23
Your composition is excellent, the rays of sun are perfectly illuminated these windmills.
CLODO (34928) 2009-02-24 11:59
Wonderfull light coming through the clouds (monsoon?) with silhouetted windmills to have a subject
prathapan (6) 2010-10-16 11:05
Hi, I think the picture may have more truthful to its title if it is photographed by an ultra wide angle or fisheye lens for getting the horizon line in a circular upwards in the edges.
This is the very best example proving that every visual that came across us in daily life contains an element of art if you blessed with creative thinking. Its a very good picture captured on the way with out any prepration or preplaning. My regards Neelima. Prathapan