Hum i feel like we have seen this picture far too many time... culture really? Touristic one maybe. The last selection fo the Life Framer photography competition is quite good. The theme was a world of culture and i feel like they have bit more creativity. Well that s my opinion and obvisouly no offense to Lisa Hendrawan.
Aun hay grandes cosas que las maquinas no pueden hacer, no pueden producir arte, literatura, o filosofia.
No son capaces de descubrir el secreto de la felicidad que brota del ser humano.
This photo made me smile as soon as I saw the smiles on the boys faces. The water they're throwing getting caught like that makes this an even better shot. It would be so awesome to be there and hear them laughing. Fantastic job Lisa.
The joy, the happiness, the energy (sigh) ... of kids. At first I felt like they were in a really dangerous place, as they could slip down easily but then I noticed the laughing and joy and figured they had done this before. No worries.
original idea was taken By Andi Sucirta, Bali top photographer in 2005, http://andisucirta.com/photo_gallery.php?id=108
I love everything about this photograph. The depth and the textures of the water in the foreground and background frame the scene beautifully. The bright colors of the pails stand out (how perfect that 3 are red with one teal) against a neutral background. The positions of the boys -- all standing a row but each in a completely different stance. The beautiful, curved swirls of water created as the boys toss the water from the buckets giving the photo yet another painterly dimension. The creme-de-la-creme is you have captured a wonderful moment -- children playing and having a terrific time. A day they will always remember. Congratulations on taking an absolutely fabulous photograph!
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