Tuesday, September 20, 2011

First Light of the Day








Sunrise By The Water Digital Photography

He who is here in the human being, and he, who is there in the sun, are one and the same.” (sa yas-cayam purushe, yas-chasavaditye, sa ekah).
Taittireeya Upanishad

13 comments:

Crystal Cook said...

Beautiful photos Meera. :) Inspiring as always.

Saee said...

Amazing pictures. But I just find is so awesome that you find the most fitting lines for your work. That too from everywhere around the world. Even though you actually express so little in words and thoughts, we get a glimpse into who you are just by that!

meera said...

Crystal, thank you - but it should really go to Mother nature for the inspiration so readily available for the taking out there :)

meera said...

Thanks Saee, you made my day :) there is so much wisdom already out there and I am very happy to read, write it down and share. Sharing the finds gives me so much pleasure :)

Kathy Staicer said...

Absolutely beautiful. You make me want to paint them!

padmaja said...

I am a bit hooked on to the color of sun rise and you temped me to take out my yellows and oranges! Magnificent gift by God to enjoy, isnt it?

meera said...

Thanks Kathy! the sunrise on that tuesday was one of the most gorgeous I have seen!

meera said...

Padmaja, I hope you took out and splashed your oranges and yellows happily on the canvas :)

Heera said...

I love the pine needle in water in the second picture. It looks like some kind of contraption. Good pictures of sun rise.

meera said...

@Heera, Thanks Mangala! Kishore also likes it and says it looks like its suspended in space :) It was an awesome morning and I had such difficulty picking out these six (let alone one like I normally post in the blog) out of 60 or see photos I took.

RODISI said...

Bellas y bien logradas fotografias... saludos en la distancia, Rodisi

meera said...

@RODISI, ¡Gracias! Me gustaría tener una cámara mejor:)

nikhilkardale said...

One word: WOW!

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