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11 comments

  1. wow! a killer :D
    one asks "could photography get any better?" and you come up with a better one the very next day :)

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  2. Lovely. I love how the color changes can give a totally new affect to the picture. Looking forward for more.

    Cheers!

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  3. Please persist with capturing such beauty. You give the viewer a meditative experience by changing the angle of the same object :-)

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  4. that's a wonderful experience,anjana.very creative too,like a photography lesson.keep the good work going!!waiting for more...

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  5. @silent moments;
    Thanks you for your wonderful comment.

    Really is it a killer? =D well even I think this is the best shot from the rest ;)

    @me-shak;
    Thanks for the comment mate. Glad you like the effects that I’m trying to achieve with my photography.

    @paresh;
    Thanks you sir, highly appreciated your comprehensive comments :)

    @k
    Thanks mate.

    @md;
    Thanks for the comment. Yep! I’ll try my best to show you the best that I can find in my home garden.

    @rajesh;
    Welcome for my blog and Thanks for the comment. It’s always a wonderful feeling to see a new face around =D

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  6. Wow. I wouldn't mind hanging this in my house. It's gorgeous.

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  7. Seasaw; Thanks for your lovely comment.

    Please go ahead :D … I’m happy to know it’s going to hang in your house =D

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  8. Splendid sequel! The green to black shades add a new meaning and depth.

    How about printing your garden shots and selling them out? =D

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  9. Thanks Harumi;

    hmm thats a good idea. Not about selling at least to print and hang it on my wall :)

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