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By amlanroychowdhury  
On the mountains called the sahyadri in western India monsoon is the best season to see nature as the artist at work. This shot was taken at a place called khodala in the same mountains. dancing with the breeze the flowers with their green tall shrubs with the yellow interspersed frequently made a visual delight and it affirmed our view that nature is the only artist and the ultimate artist.

Tags: Flowers Nature Macro Flower Mountains Yellow India Flowers and plants Greens Sahyadri Coriopsis

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basith 5 7 Sri Lanka
13 Oct 2012 4:42PM
Nice colour
beautiful capture

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iancrowson Plus
8 211 146 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2012 8:08PM
Good image, especially for a phone capture. Sharp where it should be. Looks a bit 'wide angle' but thats probably unavoidable for a phone camera
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2023 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2012 11:17PM
I see from your portfolio, Amlan, that you like taking pictures of flowers, and have to say that the quality of this image is amazing for a camera phone. The colour and detail are good, and the centre stamens are nice and sharp. My only little niggle would be the intrusion of another flower into the bottom of the frame. It would be better to either include more of it, or none at all. Just moving it out of the way prior to shooting would do the trick.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
14 Oct 2012 11:30PM
Nice performance from the phone cam.

Its also very over saturated. Ive loaded a mod, and included the suggestion from Pamela.


I thank all of you for giving me the insights true Pamela if that bottom streaks of petals would have been removed this would have been a better photograph . thanks all of you again. actually it is these positive strokes that I strive for.
To Banewahi Excellent modification ....did you use a software and if so which one is it...Is it a difficult software to handle?? Thankyou once again.

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