I like your take on photography... singular, fine, classy and very... nice.
Great tone running through this one. TFS.
When I look at this (as I do with most images,) I begin to think, "When Muhammad took this, in his mind he thought, I wonder what the people on TL will have to say about this." I mean you treaded through the dust, you breathed in the air and moved your hands around your camera... such physical effort- it happens here in Canada, in France and over there by you in Pakistan... this 'community' really is brilliant. Such dversity and yet it all ties down.
Beautiful. Again it reminds me of South Africa. Specifically the ugly side to my Grandparents house, where the wall has so much dust blown on it that you can't clean it off. And the cracked dirt. TFS and take care,
(Plus, I like this colour style you chose. Very singular.)
Getting lots of 'no crop/no fancy stuff etc.' is this a new way to photography for you? Doing your best naturally, rather than perfecting in it's post composing?
I love this image, reminds me of my home in South Africa, we had TONS of faucets like this. Best water there.
Loved the note. Loved the semantics of it... and I just love how the visual and the literal fuse together here... utterly, just... ah nice. :)
Reminds me of a song by Rod Stewart, "I Don't Want To Talk About It" I'm too lazy to link it, maybe you can find it online. Anyways, I have nothing to say- just, nice. :) Very nice.
Nothing else but sublime. Thanks for this beauty Muhammad.
Such expression. So much emotion and just wow...
What a stunning piece. Powerful if nothing else.
I'm not much for abstract, but when it's done right... well then it's stunning. I never read the initial note so I can't comment there... but the image would look nice when displayed appropriately. Having said that I don't think the set up of this website does the image justice. Great use of thick contrasting lines... looks great.
My uncle (that is visiting us from SA right now, along with MANY other family members) told me he has a film SLR, I got him to show me it and I'm quite impressed... it's a Pentax that he bought about six years ago. He says the battery has lasted him years, and I just explained to him so many of the features! :) I took a picture of my sleeping cousin... I hope he develops the film before they leave for SA again. But anyways, later Muhammad.
This image has a unique face... far different than most of your stuff. There's a real disturbing feeling it gives, but it's so subtle that you don't realize notice it... very peculiar Muhammad, but... just amazing all itself.
The grain and strong contrast really draws the idea of chaos... but as I said it's subtle in this image.
Your notes and choice of words are really stepping up. Well done Muhammad, I'm VERY impressed. I like the big sky... really like it.
Your image... your words, so simple so strong.
But your words are like acid, they burn down to the point- people never change, and so those who notice this obvious detail, they do nothing but watch... usually with that the same expression as this man. Brilliant use of focus and the composition is stunning!! How far away were you from thus man?
I've said it before, but ah man I don't know if I even want to return here... why is it that this image has been viewed 50 times and it's only recieved two comments? It's unbelievable really.
I guess a Canon takes pretty good photos? ;P I ordered my D200 and 18-200mm today.
Amazing photo Kohi, just amazing... one of ym favourites by you. Your work is mind-blowing, perfect in so many ways... and yet there are unique flaws... which continue with the perfection. ;) Take care Kohi!
I wonder if the image would have been better if the sun was shown completely? If it were then the title wouldn't be as good though! ;)
Wonderful use of gradient here, the way it filters so naturally. Did you edit this image at all? I'm going to have to hear this song, I'll look it up later. This is a nice natural image Muhammad, I like it... well done.