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Live without boundaries

By drtejal999  
Early morning life start with all it's routine..I was ready for my office and just observed a frame from my balcony..and can not stopped my self without clicking.

Tags: Life Boundaries General Bicycle

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2231 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2013 10:49AM
I like this a lot, aerial views give a whole new perspective on our world. Humans become ants under a gigantic microscope.
The timing is spot on. You've created a link between two people that quite probably neither was actually aware of.
Maybe a slight crop from each side, to concentrate the composition? That's the only change that I'd make.
Moira

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cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
3 Apr 2013 11:41AM
fascinating image with an infinite number of options...was tempted to finish the painting for him?GrinGrin

looks like someone had a field day with the blue!!

Have uploaded a mod...just something different with a slight tweak SmileSmile
pablophotographer 9 1.6k 376
3 Apr 2013 12:55PM
Hello Dr. Tejal,

Although I had friends and colleagues from your country I never remember me asking them regarding the direction of writing and reading. Is it from right to left? I can't be certain, I am inclined to believe that, though.

I like the orientation of your image, it follows the subject(s) and their environment. I find though that with the focal length used the subjects - and their shadows - appear near the edges of the picture. This to me dilutes the impact to some extend.

But I see what you wanted to represent. And you have done it.

But now, I want you to think as a art curator and a linguist and examine your picture and the photograph's title.
An instant incident between two irrelevant subjects has become a metaphor. "life" is represneted by the cyclist
"without" is represented by its position and the bike and "bountaries" are represented by the yellow lines and the painter. "Reading" your picture from top to bottom seems to have an opposite direction from your chosen title. Nothing that can't be fixed. Smile

So you either name it : "Bountaries-free" or you rotate it 180 degrees so the cyclist is on top (he is heading to the left of the image) or invert it so he is on top and is heading to the right of the image. So in both cases "live -or life - without bountaries" follows the wording of your thought.

A slight allignment is needed because the right side of the picture leans a bit.
The little blue paint spills can be removed if you want - to let us concieve the rigiditiy of the yellow lines only -.
You can turn the picture to black and white also, if you would like.
paulbroad 12 131 1288 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2013 1:49PM
Very well seen and recorded, I like it a lot. Vertical viewpoint makes it. No point suggesting a tripod for this one! Title seems OK to me, perfect English.

Paul
3 Apr 2013 2:24PM
Thanks a lot friends...with your comments i realized that few things r so important like caption , orientation. will keep in mind next time sure.
chase Plus
14 1.6k 381 England
3 Apr 2013 5:35PM
I like this,it has been very well spotted.
Love the POV & I like the fact that there is blue paint splattered all over & yet he is painting yellow lines !
Very graphic,good lines,if it were mine,I would leave it just as it is as I think a crop from anywhere would ruin the relationship there is between the subjects & give this a much more 'fenced in' feel.
4 Apr 2013 7:54AM
thanks you Chase!

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