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So, so lovely - it almost looks like a painting. The costumes, although made of very humble fabric, capture a period mood beautifully.
These processions are quite extraordinary - I saw one at night in Salerno, by candlelight, back in 1968.
I just fell in love with this photo...it is so perfect....the ladies , the colours , the divider all seem so well composed.well done. Vickneswaren
The two womens figures are almost doll like standing there. Composed into a photograph that is strong in detail, impacting the eye, and with those definate colors, making it a wonderful shot, anyway one looks at it. Good job,Willem. And thank you. j.e.s.........
Good work I have one photo like your shot look :
It was one of these seldom moments where all pieces fell together and everything was in the right place.
Two weeks ago I walked in this street again...The door on the right was replaced with ugly grey steel ....
This photo has such a beautifully balanced composition. It's great that the reddish-brown colour on the wood on either side also appears on the drain pipe that is the central demarcation of the symmetrical composition. It's also just perfect that the two participants in the procession are standing just where they are, and that the earth-tone colours of their costumes blend so harmoniously with the colours of the wall.
Given the subject matter, it's appropriate that the making of this photo was blessed with such serendipity.
Religion can never be boring - at least I know where I will be one day when I die as I love the Lord - but in a way you are correct in that it could be said that it is a boring photo if you take all else out of the equation or shot. One can photograph anyone in the street and make it a boring shot. But.. it is still a excellent shot as far as shades, lighting ect go.
@Steve Portaro I think: Religion means, Respecting Nature,Respecting people and finally respecting God.
@Mat Millies Ce n'est pas personnellement mon genre de photo préféré, mais c'est plus ton commentaire qui tue l'ambiance.
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@Charlene Deacon nice saying ...........mam give your email-id for me to send phtographs and want to talk to you to share my views.................contact me to fb-id firstname.lastname@example.org
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