False perspective illusion, leading lines.
Prints on 500px: http://500px.com/photo/56509542
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.
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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.
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Guys, today I introduce to an upcoming music artist Devansh. His first cover has been released which is Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People. Amazing shit, you all should watch it. Other links provided in video description.
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Another self portrait I tried with a different source of lighting for removing the shadows. Result was completely unexpected during the first try, but yeah, pretty amazing the way it overlaps the shadows giving the picture a dark but psychedelic feel to it.
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The serenity of sea, calm and subtle.
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Couroupita guianensis, whose common names include Ayahuma and the Cannonball Tree, is an evergreen tree allied to the Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa), and is native to tropical northern South America; and to the southern Caribbean. In India it has been growing for the past two or three thousand years at least, as attested by textual records; hence it is possible that it is native to India also. It’s rare, but also found in Bangladesh. It is known as নাগকেশর(Nagakeshar) or নাগালিংগম(Nagalingam) in Bengali.
It’s part of the family Lecythidaceae and grows up to 25 m (82 ft) in height. The “Cannonball Tree” is so called because of its brown cannon-ball-like fruits. The majority of these trees outside their natural environment have been planted as a botanical curiosity, as they grow very large, distinctive flowers. Its flowers are orange, scarlet and pink in color, and form large bunches measuring up to 3m in length. They produce large spherical and woody fruits ranging from 15 to 24 cm in diameter, containing up to 200 or 300 seeds a piece.
The trees are grown extensively in Shiva temples in India. In Hindi it is called Shiv Kamal and also known as “Kailaspati”. It is called the Nagalingam tree in Tamil. The flowers are called Shivalingaflowers in Hindi; Nagalinga Pushpa in Kannada; Nagamalli flowers or Mallikarjuna flowers in Telugu. Hindus revere it as a sacred tree because the petals of the flower resemble the hood of theNaga, a sacred snake, protecting a Shiva Lingam, the stigma.
Tree referred by Sham Manchekar. Detailed information from Wikipedia.