CELEBRATING FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS WITH SPARKS…


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Sparks & Glitters…

Sparks & Glitters...

This image was taken by Kaminder K with a Canon A720 IS

Colour of Light

This image was taken by Kaminder K at Kolkata During Durga Puga by Sony Camera model no DSC-W370

This image was taken by Kaminder K at Kolkata During Durga Puga by Sony Camera model no DSC-W370

 

ART OF LIGHT

This image was also taken by Kaminder K at Guwahati During Chhat Puga by Sony Camera model no DSC-W310

This image was also taken by Kaminder K at Guwahati During Chhat Puga by Sony Camera model no DSC-W310

 

Colour of light…

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A light painting is also a form of art. It can be understood properly if taken interest.

An innovative way of using a camera…

The beautiful festival of fireworks : Diwali

Diwali is actually celebrated on the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. But till the next generation maybe this things will be finished for ever. Even today many people doesn’t know the real story behind this festival. It is celebrated with much harmony and is a important thing every child in India should know. After this things comes the joy and happiness of this festival. People like it because there are many fireworks in  this festival and is liked specially by children. Every year when I look at the sky on Diwali night, it is very tough for me every time to take of my eyes of it. The sky looks as if it has been dressed in some beautiful colours. Fire crackers arer harmful too if handled carelessly but most of the part is fun. Whenever I look at those colours it comes out from my mouth automatically “How beautiful is art”.

THE TRADITIONAL ART OF DIPAWALI

Art is present in lights also. But with the combination of tradition, it appears more beautiful

Art is present in lights also. But with the combination of tradition, it appears more beautiful

 

A thought to share…!

 “The artist must create a spark before he can make a fire and before art is born, the artist must be ready to be consumed by the fire of his own creation.”

Auguste Rodin

 

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