No, I Ain't Gonna Cry

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12 comments:

ha ha!very unusual topic for a snap!
love it.

Frieda said...

What a wonderful portait.
Here are some animal portraits that you might like, too...:
http://valentindiaconu.blogspot.com/2010/10/galinacee.html
They were taken by the "right shadow" in my picture...

Nice one,Anjana!

Anjana said...

@MD,
Thanks for your comment.

Yes, maybe because it’s a way too common subject that we get around and no one bother to take snaps ;)

@Frieda,
Thanks for your comment.

Thanks for the link. Wow! Your “right shadow” is a great photographer ha?

Btw I didn’t shoot this pic in a studio :D what you see in the background is the sky ;)

@Amila,
Thanks bro.

Seesaw said...

oh this is just heartbreaking. for some reason, cows have the most sadly beautiful eyes.

Frieda said...

Hey Anjana, Valentin is a professional photographer :-)
He took the portraits of the birds in a garden, too - but he had help with the background and the flash...

Anjana said...

@Seesaw,
Thanks for your comment.

Yes, if you look closely you will see most of the animals got innocent looking eyes(Eg: check the elephants). But it goes unnoticed to us in most of the cases.

@Frieda,
Ahh! ok cool

Now I have a clue about the helper as well (something related to that left shadow right?) .. lol

This is a great photo! Nice composition!

Frieda said...

Hey, it's me again...
unfortunately, the help wasn't me, I was working far away (the helpers were the owners of the animals and some friends :-)

Anjana said...

@K,
Thanks for your comment mate.

@Frieda,
Hi again ;) Haha ok!

yes, I think cows have the most beautiful eyes very expressive and pretty :)

Anjana said...

Alright! I have another pic, you might going to change your mind then … lol

As always thanks for visiting, Silent!