The Invasion!

These photos may look like screen shots of some Alien Invasion movie; but they are real (no CGI) photographs by Franz Schumacher

The contrast seems nice and makes his photos lively and ‘full of life’. Furthermore, the colors don’t just contrast, the subject matter contrasts too. Above, you see darkening clouds with furious lightening; below, a calm and peaceful scene of a meadow.

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Original Article | http://illusion.scene360.com/art/32996/beautiful-storm/

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Splashes of Music…

Good Morning everyone! 🙂 . I feel very fresh this morning as there was heavy rainfall almost all the night, and the cloudy, watery weather just splashes one with energy. I have taken some photos of the scenery too, and will make a new header for my blog today.. 🙂

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So, Splashes of Music. The way that music affects us..is sometimes indescribable and difficult to display on a canvas or ‘encode’ the same feelings in a photograph.  So, I was naturally, very joyed to see this photograph by oO-Rein-Oo on deviantART ( http://oo-rein-oo.deviantart.com/ )..

Here, Dive Into Music

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See how the dark cassette contrasts with the teal water. The effect is that they both compliment each other, and give an effect of music ‘splashing’ on your faces.. Feel it? I do!

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His other photographs are very very vibrant too, and have somewhat similar effect on us.. Here are some:

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The Aging Cracks.

Yesterday, I found this amazing image by Neelma Mumtaz on Google+ at https://plus.google.com/114737827344994308501

Yesterday #MacroMonday was trending on Google+, and although I found many amazing shots of nature, flora and fauna. But this one captured me the most, as the person who shared it considered it just another amateur shot. But I feel that a very strong message  is being conveyed via this image.. Not exactly a message but an observation. 

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 I feel that the aging, dried bark in focus relates to aging process as a whole. As that, all things natural do get old and never say in their same original state— things do change…

So, Tell me that what do you think when you look at this image/