Sometimes random objects get created by nature so that we get an opportunity to capture them. This red flower was quietly residing in pond with stones. Water was so still and transparent that I could almost remove it from the photo so that the flower looked set in stone object.
Hong Kong skyline from The Peak looks stunning and I still admire it every time I go there even after staying in Hong Kong for over 9 years. This photo was taken on a bright day in end of November 2010.
Beautiful flower named Cliff Bottlebrush in Hong Kong Park. Thanks to some breeze it was difficult to photograph this delicate flower from a close distance as it kept moving.
Yesterday FIPHK photography group spent a couple of hours at the Hong Kong Park. Was very intrigued to see different types of fishes creating ripples in the pond. Captured this beautiful orange fish creating ripples through mouth & fins.
Visited a small place in Guangdong province in August 2010 and found this man riding an automated bullock cart with manually fitted engine. It exactly performed like a bullock cart including bumpiness.
Pushkar Sane Photography
Every object on this earth looks beautiful at least once a day and good photographers know how to capture such moments. These are my experiments. I'm happy to hear your views, thoughts, and ideas...