The Fire Within

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    Camera: Canon PowerShot S2-IS
    Lens: 36 - 432 mm equivalent
    Exposure: 3.2 sec
    Aperture: f/4.5
    ISO: 50

    This is light from a candle holder.

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    Wayne's World 7, iaXoy, VikasAnand, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. the-father 92 months ago | reply

      wonderful colors, perfect taken.

      High Five
      AMATEURS

    2. Nimo Ji 92 months ago | reply

      beautiful work

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    3. Sharath M S 92 months ago | reply

      Thank you all for the appreciation, votes, scores and high-5s :-)

    4. angelina_chiu [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

      This was voted a HIT For Sure from Hit, Miss or Maybe **

    5. clickr clickr 92 months ago | reply

      Good shot! super shot!
      You have a great aptitute for experiments!
      Jeevan

    6. Sharath M S 92 months ago | reply

      Thanks jeevan!

    7. mari|yn 92 months ago | reply

      nice abstract, love the colour. DoF definitely worked here..=)
      1-2-3

    8. kotofoto 92 months ago | reply

      The lattice gives an interesting structure, the sharpest point of this shot is exactly at the right place!

    9. versesane 92 months ago | reply

      holy crap ... now here is a valid reason to turn ur weblog into photoblog ... get a blog for ur pics will ya ... ;) ...

    10. Sharath M S 92 months ago | reply

      Thank you all for the comments!

      @Ankur - In a way, you can actually call my existing blog as a photo blog :-). Its been a long time since i posted anything else other than photos :-D

    11. VikasAnand 91 months ago | reply

      Aweomse Shot!! Love it ..
      A Fave

    12. ny156uk 91 months ago | reply

      really impressive, love the colour.

    13. Sharath M S 84 months ago | reply

      thanks for the appreciation :)

    14. Liquorice Bear [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      Great colours and composition.

    15. vneevarp 63 months ago | reply

      This is nice too.

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