I’m thinking of putting a stop to my journey of wordpress here. WordPress has given me a lot when it comes to blogging. The spread of word and my photographs has been amazing. I got a reach which was more than average for an average blogger (look at dat pun tho). and from here I’ll be staying active on other sites that I’ve been active on, or at least the ones that I’ve been procrastinating for. Here is a list of links where you’ll be able to find me, just in case if I don’t reply to any comments from the comment section –
I’m also working on a project that I’ve been meaning to launch since a few weeks. You can check it here.
It was a wonderful experience blogging here. It had its own ups and downs but now its time for me to move on. Updating the posts here had become a chore and I don’t want to blog by just forcing myself to without any advantages of it. I’d rather be more productive elsewhere. So keep a track of me on the other sites and keep a check on my projects. Thank you for all the support provided all these years.
False perspective illusion, leading lines.
So I recently visited Bath in United Kingdom. Had a stroll around the location until the point when I found this Abbey called Bath Abbey. One of the architecturally most beautiful places I’ve been to. The place was decorated with intricate details from head to toe – by that I mean from rooftop to the floor. Every square inch of that place had some or the other intricate detail hidden with a beautiful mastery of work. I decided to bracket some shots here to process as an HDR later and here are my outputs.
Find these on 500px and rate them respectively:
B/W – http://500px.com/photo/55580410
Colour HDR – http://500px.com/photo/55923648
Bath Abbey – one of the most beautiful churches I’ve been to. The serenity that settled in my soul after entering this place is something I won’t ever be able to express in words, even if I try. The intricate amount of detail in architecture, the way the windows lit up the ceiling, the calmness in the lights of the candles, the wide openness of the place – it just feels nice.
I couldn’t stop myself from taking pictures, but I also wanted to just sit and close my eyes. Listen to the silence and dissolve in a moment of serenity.
Experimenting with HDR in Photomatrix Pro with some High Passes and CC in Photoshop CS6.
See you soon.