Friday, 16 March 2012

Magic - Magia - जादू

Evening in Mykonos, Greece - S. Deepak, 2007
Evening in Mykonos, Greece - S. Deepak, 2007
Evening in Mykonos, Greece - S. Deepak, 2007

Mykonos, Greece: In the evening, before the sky turns red with the setting sun, there are some moments of magic, when it seems that everything has become still and the light spreads silver over the sea.

माईकोनोस, ग्रीसः शाम को डूबते सूरज से लालिम होती संध्या से पहले कुछ क्षण होते हैं जब लगता है कि किसी ने जादू कर दिया हो, सब कुछ स्थिर हो जाता है और रोशनी सागर पर चाँदी बिखेर देती है.

Mikonos, Grecia: Alla sera, prima che il sole che sta per tramontare diventa rosso, vi sono alcuni momenti di magia, quando sembra che tutto si è fermato, e la luce sparge argento sul mare.

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22 comments:

  1. True ! It's a magic ! The wave patterns are glowing !!

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    1. Yes, those waves are magical! Thanks :)

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  2. ऐसा लगता है वहीं खड़ा हूँ और एक गहरी साँस भर रहा हूँ....

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    1. हम लोग ग्रीस विवाह की पच्चीसवीं सालगिरह पर गये थे, आज सुबह जब पत्नी को यह तस्वीरें दिखायीं तो हमने भी याद कर के लम्बी साँसे लीं! :)

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  3. Wave patterns, and well lit, gives a kind of soft musical effect.

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    1. I had not thought of music, but it is true, they do have a soft murmuring kind of music

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    1. धन्यवाद, यह दृश्य बहुत सुन्दर था और उस शाम में भी जादू था!

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  5. jaadu !! beautiful shots ! u live in greece>?
    ?

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    1. Thanks YUmbrella! No don't live in Greece, it was just a short trip. :)

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  6. Wow, truly mesmerizing.. I really love Greece.. really wanna go ther one day... absolutely beautiful shots, Deepak ji...

    truly magical n magic...:)

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    1. I didn't like some parts of Athens but generally speaking, I love it too.

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  7. Those windmills are strange. They don't have huge and heavy fans.
    I am not sure but the patterns in water caught by your camera is called 'moire'. It's also apparent when someone wears a very fine striped fabric. I need to be more updated on it:)

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    1. Even I had thought about those windmills. I think that they had some kind of fabric covering them originally, that helped them to move with wind. Now they are just for showing off.
      Didn't know about 'moire' need to check it on google. Thanks for the info Nishant. :)

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    1. Watching the waves coming towards the beach, slowly and softly is so soothing! Thanks.

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  9. Now this not something very often. Beautiful!

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    1. Thanks D.Nambiar. :)
      I am not sure that this kind of ripples are that rare, I remember seeing them a few times!

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  10. These are brilliant shots Sunil. Very very nice. Never seen Greece with these kind of ripples. First I thought they were photoshop ed, then on closer look realised the truth.
    Glad to have found you at Indiblogger. Your newest follower and a regular visitor now.
    Cheers,
    Kajal

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    1. Thanks Kajal. :)

      I think that ripples can be seen only with certain kind of light and wind ... I have seen this kind of effect much more in pond or lake waters

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