Reflections of an impressionistic kind

That's the impressionistic artist in me and the way the camera records it.

That’s the impressionistic artist in me cropping in closer into the details of the photo I shot below. Pretty Monet like, the way the camera records it, I thought.

I wish I was in Paris in the 1880's with this marvelous camera. Here is the more obvious impression of the deep forest in Masinagudi, Tamilnadu. Yes, its a winter sky and foliage

I wish I was in Paris in the 1880’s with this marvelous camera. Here is the more obvious impression of the deep forest reflected in a rivulet in Masinagudi, Tamilnadu.

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About shabnamphoto

I'm a graphic artist with a passion for photography. I like to tell a story with my pictures. Sometimes a picture may speak on its own and at other times it may need an explanation. I'm intrigued by the ordinariness of life and enjoy documenting my life in the light and shadow of what surrounds me. Be it people, landscape, flowers, architecture or birds, the camera helps me see what I wouldn't with my naked eye.
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5 Responses to Reflections of an impressionistic kind

  1. oceanbelcher says:

    its almost like a painting!

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  2. viveka says:

    Beautiful entry…. I visit Moet’s Garden quite a few years ago .. but it was a bit too late in the year, loads of greenery but no flowers nearly .. not even the water lilies – want to go back!

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    • shabnamphoto says:

      Am glad you like this, wish we could go together to see the Monet’s garden, was it disappointing at that time of the year? was it in spring or autumn?

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      • viveka says:

        We were there the second week in September. Far too late.
        Let’s have a date in Giverny, don’t have a clue how to get there without a car and a driver – but I’m sure if you can make it there I can. *smile

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