Festivals Ravana

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© Harsh Wardhan
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UploadedOctober 7, 2008
TakenOctober 5, 2008
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure1/60 sec at f/14
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length35 mm
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October is the festival season in India & Dusshera is one of the main festvals. Burning the effigies of Ravana, the main villain of The epic "Ramayan"..the story of Ram

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  • Ralph Komives

    Ralph Komives (Deleted) gave props (7 Oct 2008):

    This is very unlike your previous posts, a surprise. It has nice composition and color but more importantly full of cultural power.

  • Harsh Wardhan

    Harsh Wardhan said (7 Oct 2008):

    Thanx Ralph for appreciating
    but why do you say so!!!! that this is very different
    recent posts were mainly travel but I have been posting about Indian culture, dance& music

  • Micah Vanhorn

    Micah Vanhorn gave props (7 Oct 2008):

    cool shot

  • Vidyavati Chandan

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  • Katy Wimer

    Katy Wimer gave props (7 Oct 2008):

    I really like this shot of all the other shots. And I think what Ralph was trying to say is that this photo has a more unique composition, more color and is very focused on one symbol of Indian culture. It's not to say the others are bad, this one is just more interesting and appealing to the eye. I like it!

  • Harsh Wardhan

    Harsh Wardhan said (7 Oct 2008):

    Thanx Katy

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) said (7 Oct 2008):

    This is a beautiful shot. I love the color and the composition. Thank you for sharing your culture.

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