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Rama bhaktha Hanuman.

Posted by
Srujan Chennupati (Melbourne, Australia) on 21 March 2009 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

The idol was left on the road side and people started worshiping. The circumstances in which it was made interested in it. I tried hard to reduce the light reflection. But couldn't do so.

Canon EOS REBEL XSi 1/60 second F/5.0 ISO 400 70 mm

There is quite a lot of distance to be traveled, before I can call my self a skilled photographer. Take a look at my work on "Flickr" and 500px.

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Jai Hanuman!!

21 Mar 2009 10:52pm

@Sarito: Yeah, Jai Hanuman. The Monkey God. Do you have a Hanuman temple in Basingstoke? If yes, where in Basingstoke?

Sreekrishnan from Concord, United States

Do you want to try blurring the back or making it B/W? - interesting shot !

21 Mar 2009 11:49pm

@Sreekrishnan: I never thought of converting it into a B/W photograph. I'll try that and see. I was using a wide angle lens and couldn't blur the background, I tried though.

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Unfortunately there is not Hindu Temple in Basingstoke.. There is one in Southampton.. little bit far from Basingstoke.

23 Mar 2009 10:18am

@Sarito: Ok. I've been in Fleet for a few months. I used to visit Basingstoke very frequently. The one at Southampton, I visited once. I also visited the Balaji temple in Birmingham too.

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Great... where about in Fleet??

23 Mar 2009 12:19pm

@Sarito: I don't remember the name of the are anymore. But, it was right next to the Railway Station. On the right side of the station while coming from Waterloo to Fleet.

Canon EOS REBEL XSi
1/60 second
F/5.0
ISO 400
70 mm

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