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UploadedAugust 2, 2010
TakenAugust 3, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D90
Exposure1/160 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length60 mm
ISO200

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they say 'two's company' and i fully agree :)

spotted the scene today at serena hotel while photographing my cousin Umar playing tennis :)

rule of 3rds aplenty here; i guess scenes like these call for square-ish compositions...

what compelled me to capture the scene was the sight of the two totally different objects in perfect harmony, giving each other eternal company :)

despite their differences and oddities, they are sticking together... and that is something we humans need to learn... to live peacefully together in spite of our differences...

we Pakistanis are in a dire need to learn, embrace and understand this, if we are to steer out of the mess we are in at the moment... the very mess that has sprung out of meaningless Shia/Sunni, Pashtoon/Baloch, Punjabi/Sindhi, Muslim/Non-Muslim debates...

peaceful co existence is possible. give it a try.

shot with nikon d90, ISO 200, f/8 using the Nikkor 60mm Macro lens :)

post processed solely in Capture NX 2, where the colors were boosted and cropped from 4x6 to 8x10 aspect ratio :)

thanks for viewing :) let's see what you think :)

muhammad muhsin

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