Monday, December 15, 2008

Photos


To the Grey of Melbourne, originally uploaded by Shifting sands.

One of my Melbourne snaps was selected for the sixth edition of Schmap Melbourne Guides. I took this one at the St Kilda Pier - a very beautiful place. I loved the grey tones of the city, apart from its chilliness.

Might go there again next month for sometime. Look forward to it.

11 comments:

Arun Meethale Chirakkal said...

Splendid. No wonder the photogrpah has been selected. The amazing thing is the depth. It's like I can just walk into the monitor and tread the whole bridge. And it evokes in me a feeling that colour doesn't matter. Kudos!

Arun Meethale Chirakkal said...

Thanks for the comment about the Nivea Ad. "The oil-Sam joke has been around for too long now to be funny." You mean someone has already done this kind of an ad? If yea, My God...

Madhuri said...

Arun, Thanks for your kind words. It was a very crisp day, and I was feeling somehow forlorn - this image does remind me of the feeling sharply :)

Arun Meethale Chirakkal said...

Of course America's fascination with oil and the jokes about it has been doing the rounds for quite a long time...but this one, i hope, has a different and funny perspective since it ropes in Helen, US's hunger for oil and finally the 'dangers' of walking around with an oily face. (Oh My God! Am I making my point the hard way?) I work with an Ad agency in Mangalore. It's my art Partner Mr. V.C.Ratheesh who takes care of the designing part. (I'm in charge of copy). Yes we do..

Madhuri said...

Won't most guys love to have the kind of attention Helen got? It will be hard to make this seem horrific :)

Arun Meethale Chirakkal said...

Indeed the guy will get attention, but of a different sort, as I pointed out.Destructive, let me say.

Ramana KV said...

Very interesting perspective..

Madhuri said...

Ramana, Thanks for dropping by and your nice comment.

gyaneshwar said...

if u were not a consultant you could have been a professional photographer and i m damn sure you could have gone far ahead, in that field also.

Madhuri said...

Gyaneshwar, that is a very flattering comment. Thanks

gyaneshwar said...

The comment was not a banter at all. One thing i would like to mention in regard to your snap is that, 'it reveals the serenity, invisible in general, but yet in existence'.