New Delhi, India | 2014
Delicate and lovely …
Wonderful, Uday! What a perfect use of light! What was it?
Beautiful. I so love the way you take pictures.
A beautiful photograph. You have used light and shadows to create a captivating image. Making such a strong photo out of a reading situation is always very difficult. Too often it becomes to literal, but you have managed to create a lovely atmosphere and ambience.
The light is perfect, and she’s quite lovely. Just beautiful!
Beautifully done Uday – your touch with a camera is like a musician’s on the violin’s bow….masterful.
Beautiful shot Uday. The lighting is perfect and the shot overall has a soft overlay ambience. Nicely done!
excellent photo, words
Wonderful and mysterious.
Your use of light and shadow is perfectly balanced. What a captivating image. Really beautiful !
love the way her face reflects the light coming from the book… delicate and beatiful…
Fantastic shot Uday! Love the depth created by your skillful use of light.
Wow Uday, very very nice photograph indeed! Please don’t let this sit on a hard drive; it needs printing and framing!! :) Beautiful..
Have a wonderful, creative new year, Uday!
Beautiful and too natural shot. Awesome Just loved it.
What a lovely shot.
Congratulations, it’s a wonderful, peaceful and moody photo. You take us on a dream trip.
Beautiful shot Uday! The glow of knowledge will eventually light up her whole being!
This is such a breathtaking shot. No words can truly describe how beautiful this shot is. As Tina said, it’s a masterful one. The illumination of the book – in a sense that highlights the power of reading, how we can learn so much by sitting and reading. And the girl certainly looks engrossed in the book. Beautiful and thoughtful shot.
Beautiful use of light and shadow. Its rare to think of a black and white image creating a warm atmosphere ~ but youve both captured and created it here. Lovely.
I hope you are well, buddy.
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