c/94, Locked all over, Sowcarpet, Chennai

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    SOOC. Taken during the November Special Chennai PhotoWalk in Sowcarpet

    prashkan, VinothChandar, Graniers, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. okkamocha 84 months ago | reply

      fantastic picture, man. Like a good scotch, the best locks for capture are ones that have been aged.

    2. Ravages 84 months ago | reply

      Thanks all!

    3. sarathy.selvamani 84 months ago | reply

      fantastic,. love the diffused BG, i guess it as 50mm

    4. Graniers 84 months ago | reply

      Fine image, especially placing the crisp focus to the side and having a feeling of immense blurred depth on the other side

    5. Ravages 84 months ago | reply

      Graniers Thank you Patrick!

    6. kmkeshav 84 months ago | reply

      lovely.. the way some of you portray very common and *boring* stuff in so many interesting ways! wonderful :)

    7. Ravages 84 months ago | reply

      Locks? Boring? What?
      They are the very definition of intrigue, of interest. Where there's a lock, there's something that needs to be protected, preserved. And that is intriguing: why should it be preserved, who decided it was valuable enough to protect it, what happens if it is not, and when will it be revealed to all?
      A lock is perhaps the very basis of human activity: private property and the resultant exchange is facilitated by locks.

    8. kmkeshav 84 months ago | reply

      C/N N/G I rest my case..! :)

    9. KittyKaht 84 months ago | reply

      V nice tones hai :)

    10. Ravages 84 months ago | reply

      Thank you thank you thank you

    11. |aneesh| 84 months ago | reply

      Lovely! I took a photo of this lock last year in Chennai. Any thoughts?
      The Lock

    12. Ravages 84 months ago | reply

      I like the B&W, but the lock itself is your regular Godrej. I look for more exotic ones.

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