You've seen Shivji, you've seen the kids, and now I present the 'big picture'. It was a wonderful experience being out there among those devotees, by the Ganges and the lovely breeze.
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UMA JALAN said..
The picture is stunning. Keep up the great job.
the photograph is as always very well taken. lookin at the pic itself givs u that bhakti the feeling. nice.!!
You rule..your camera rules...rishikesh rules...arti rules....ganga rules...shivji rules...children rule...the breeze rules....steve jobs rules...apple rules...and so do I..lol
Like the way you put it into perspective... the "Big Picture''. I think the time of having this puja held just makes it seem more calm and nice.. love the colurs of the sky.. the pic looks amazing as usual...
Nice reflection on the title. I want to do something like that on my blog too.
nice big..certainly gives u the "big picture"..actually whenever i see this line"the big picture"..i start laughing..cos we got this prof whose fav line is: "always look at the big picture"..that its become a sorta his line..and we've made many jokes on that as well..anyways..nice clear pic..
Stunning picture! Could you tell us the camera, lens and settings used?
Thanks a lot everybody.I'm working on including the EXIF data with my posts, but that'll take some time. The EXIF data for this shot is:Camera - Canon EOS 300DISO - 400Shutter speed - 1/25Aperture value - 3.5Lens Used - Canon EFS 18-55 mmFocal length - 18 mm
Your more than welcome... :) but i really wanted to THANK YOU sooo much... glad u liked it... it was the least i could do...
Bavani Sam said..
Rungta,though this was posted on 16th,i viewd it now - say it's kinda dawn in singapore now...& it was a gd one 2 c - in d wee hrs...nice thing 2 begin my day with!
this is the best from what I have browsed till now.Oof!just stunning.can't take my eyes off it.