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Old 6th July 2009, 04:49   #5896
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@redrage: Superb pictures! Sharp and clear.

Some timepass pics from Galveston beach:

Saving Energy:

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High:

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Higher:

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I believe I can fly:

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Matrix Style:

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The Beach:

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Old 6th July 2009, 09:21   #5897
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@RedRage
Nice shots there!

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Its always nice to go to the beach on a fine summer day!
Here's a similar one from me.
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And another one, the new law says,humans ride separate buses.
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Old 6th July 2009, 13:00   #5898
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as a viewer i think it doesnt clutter the image at all. it infact tapes it all up..imagine the pic without the bottle on the left and you would see what i mean.
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I disagree with that,

@ TG the bottle ads a lot of value to the composition.

@Pramodkumar: well so what did i say in my post? Read my post again!
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Yeah, but really all may not feel the same way. Its just a another subjective thing i guess
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A snap has to be looked at in totality - the composition, surroundings, lighting etc. Then only it conveys the thought and emotion associated with it. Not for nothing it has been said - a picture is worth thousand words.

Of course, every individual has his/her's own brid's eye view about...
well, thought you made a mistake and was surprised!

GD; what happened with the upgrade?
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Old 6th July 2009, 14:03   #5900
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Put on hold for the time being due to some other reason.

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Old 6th July 2009, 16:32   #5901
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Oh come on! I make mistakes all the time! That's the one single way in which i learn, no mistakes = no learning! So dont be surprised jk! But yeah in that case it was not a mistake, it was intentional.

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Old 6th July 2009, 17:15   #5902
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@TG, nice potrait pictures, see that you moved away from landscapes

Btw, I assume your in PST timezone but you post pictures at unearthly hours. Do get some sleep too
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Old 6th July 2009, 17:19   #5903
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Yeah I am obsessed I know, damn....By the way, I took loads of landscape pics today buddy...havent posted then yet. And my sleep is like barely for 4 to 5 hours...sometimes i dont sleep only , and sleep 2 nights ka sleep together..hehe
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Old 6th July 2009, 17:56   #5904
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I am just speechless being a rookie
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Old 6th July 2009, 17:58   #5905
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Dear Rudra Sen,TG, mobike008, TSEA, clevermax, Ashishpallod, MC, Pulsar and all,

Been to Bandipur, Madumalai and Nagarhole wildlife sanctuaries last week, a few random shots from there.


Hyderabad-Banglore highway.
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A wild flower size of a small finger nail.
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Purple Heron basking in the sun shot at 400mm focal length. (TOTEM POLE)
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Gaur, and calf (adult, 6 feet at shoulder makes it the tallest wild bison in the world.
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Tusker in Bandipur.
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Bandipur Gaur.
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View from a machan overlooking a waterhole. (notice the rain,the continuous rains spoilt our chances of tiger sighting on this waterhole).
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Sambar (swamp deer) stag alarmed.
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On the run even though it did not sight us.
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Spotted deer stag taking a stand on its territory.
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Spotted deer family seconds before the sprint.
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A very massive Alpha male, Gaur at a distance of 20 feet.
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Giant Malabar squirrel.
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The following avian's and crocodile were shot in a bird sanctuary on the way back to Mysore.

Painted stork and crocodile.
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White Heron. (notice the drizzle)
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Painted stork.
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A landscape in Ooty.
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Pelican in flight.
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These are very clean shots fazal. I have to get back to shooting pics again, recently I have not done much. With monsoon in full bloom I can't complain about lack of subjects.

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Gaur, pair (6 feet at shoulder makes it the tallest wild bison in the world.
No, it won't. Gaur isn't a bison, so that honour goes to African Cape Buffalo. In India we only the domestic variety of Buffalos.
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These are very clean shots fazal. I have to get back to shooting pics again, recently I have not done much. With monsoon in full bloom I can't complain about lack of subjects.

No, it won't. Gaur isn't a bison, so that honour goes to African Cape Buffalo. In India we only the domestic variety of Buffalos.
Samurai, Appreciate your comments and correction, but it is the tallest wild bison or buffalo then, the wildlife book written by Neginhal too refers to this species as as Bison. Cape buffalo is is heavier than Gaur but not taller.
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A view from Tibetian Monastry (home of dalai lama) McLoed Gunj.

Edit: I have a D40 but i am a point N Shoot guy compared to many here. All i did on this pic is crop and sharpen. Not so good with PS. Hoping to learn a lot from this thread
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Old 6th July 2009, 18:30   #5909
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Nice picture TG! Would like to see it in colour though.. Tatoos look good in colours

@Fazal: Fantastic pictures sir! Would love to see more

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View of Paris from top. Only thing I did is set to Auto and made the image gray scale. Let me know.
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