We Are Healed Of A Suffering Only By Expressing It To The Full.

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© nagendran sandraprakasam
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8 responses

  • Mikey Lol

    Mikey Lol gave props (17 Feb 2008):

    I really like this photo

  • rory cobbe

    rory cobbe gave props (24 Feb 2008):

    i agree with both of the above comments. nice processing lovely framing colours and contrasts and use of ligt

  • Belinda Berglof

    Belinda Berglof said (29 Feb 2008):

    amazing tonality. very nice!

  • Jon-Erik Kroon

    Jon-Erik Kroon said (18 Mar 2008):

    The reason this inspired me was the fact that the title validates the image. This image is an excellent example of your connectedness with the camera, for the mere fact of when you pressed the shutter button. Look how the cloud is over the house yet to the left the light is existing in the open area. Your choice for subject(dilapidated structure) is an excellent metaphor for your title...symbolizing the self. The horizon line is NOT dead center in the frame. Also poetic is that dilapidated building is on dry dead grass with the cloud over the house, which visually is expressing suffering. Yet at the same time the lush back drop of green is not suffering. The use of written profound realizations as title with photographic illustration is successful.Bravo!!!..your complete pieces of art ...have style...you are in symbiosis with uniqueness.

  • Arthur Mulhern

    Arthur Mulhern gave props (19 Mar 2008):

    Beautiful, well done


    SUBLIM3 said (3 Nov 2008):

    now THIS is photography.

  • Eric M

    Eric M said (19 Aug 2009):

    Very neat shot.

  • Katie Filtz-Peterson

    Katie Filtz-Peterson gave props (10 Oct 2009):

    The colors in this are stunning. Fantastic job. :)

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