Photo Feature: Uttarayan Kite Festival by Meena Kadri
Photography is a composite mixture of art and science, it is not an easy task to just pick up an expensive high quality camera and just start clicking pics and you are going to get what we really call classic photographs instead a good photographer
can use a simple point and shoot camera to click breath taking photographs.Photography is an extended design domain where a person carefully applies his or her perspective and imagination to bring out something really extraordinary masterpiece filled with emotions and feelings.
Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. –Matt Hardy
To prove this we have a collection of photographs by Meena Kadri, each photograph is a full story in itself ; those colors, faces, objects is expressing something that you need to find out and discover them.
Here is a photostream featuring Meena Kadri’s album Uttarayan Kite Festival, India
Album Description: Uttarayan Kite Festival, its the day when the sun begins travelling towards the northern hemisphere (uttara = north, yana = to go) indicating winter’s retreat. It is said that the gods, who hibernate throughout winter, awake at this time. Although it has Hindu roots, the festival colourfully cuts across social divisions of religion, caste and wealth.
All over Gujarat people fly patang (kites) on coloured string (manja) that has been coated in a paste of rice and ground glass which enables flyers to play-fight by cutting and catching each others kites.
“ Nothing happens when you sit at home. I always make it a point to carry a camera with me at all times…I just shoot at what interests me at that moment. –Elliott Erwitt
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