Trapped | Photo Set - Life At Wasteland

Canon 400D/Canon 70/300IS USM @ 300 | 1/400s | f/5.6 | ISO 100adjust your monitor brightness and contrast to see all gray scale levels for better view   Life is so fragile here; you never know when you get in to a trap.

   Rewind yourself back to the beginning of “Life at Wasteland”

8 comments:

Me-shak said...

Wow, excellent macro work. Looking forward for more.

Cheers!

Bro, this maybe out of context with regard to the pictures you post here. But, I feel this is a good experience for you not only as photographer but also as human being. Because, you got to see the whole spectrum of existence; you come from a land surrounded by water & greenery and this place dry & brown. So, consider yourself lucky.

Anjana said...

@Me-shak
Thanks buddy. Yep I got few shots on my sleeves and I will post them one by one.

@Paresh
Thank you so much for your valuable thought. Ya; I feel I’m so lucky when considering the life here in this region. But still I guess we all should contribute to protect our nature every single way we could. Indeed it is a great experience for me and I hope share my experience with you through my photographs.


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Terrific still image!

nice macro.. well done !

Anjana said...

@K

Thanks mate.

@Kichu & Chinnu

Thanks for the comment and thanks for stopping by my blog

Harumi said...

Wow.. beautiful sepia tones for a splendid capture! It looks like a seed fallen off a dandelion. They used to creep me out when I was a kid, cuz they looked so much like spiders. =D

Anjana said...

@Harumi
Thanks a lot for the comment. Ya it looks nice. I didn’t post process this image to get the sepia tone. It is just as I took the pic.

Ahh really? I didn’t see any dandelion flowers around here. Maybe a cousin then :D