Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring, For Your Eyes Only

If you visit Bangalore in Spring, you will fall in love with this City. No wonder, why it is called the “garden city”.

Let me share some random snaps from Bangalore and Kerala during spring time.

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48 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring, For Your Eyes Only

  1. wow – perfect “spring post” – and the garden city must be so beautiful.

    my favorite photo is the one that is 4th down – that orange – and the folds are so cool.

    but the second photo was a surprise – because at first I thought the post would be a bunch of tree shots – because the first shot was – but then when i started scrolling – you gave us individual shots – and was such a treat. 🙂

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    • Thank you so much, Yvette 🙂

      If you look up in Bangalore during Spring time, you could see whole trees covered in Pink, Blue or Yellow flowers with light blue sky as backdrop.

      An incredible sight indeed.

      I just wanted to give a glimpse of that image here first, then I thought of filling your reader with some color 🙂

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  2. Sreejith, you leave me speechless. These flowers are out of this world gorgeous. The colors are something I have never seen. The way you have captured each one of them, made my heart come right up into my throat. Spectacular job!!! Love, Amy

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    • Thank you so much, Amy 🙂

      Flowers is the tropics are so bright and colorful, and I used to wonder, how much ever advanced the digital technology is, the exact capture and reproduction of the colors is still not happening.

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      • It is so challenging to get the exact color, I know. When I do I shout for JOY. I find purple and blues the most challenging, as are reds. I have some purple flowers right now I have been trying to get the exact color on them, and I just am close, yes, but not exact. I also have found that in PS when I increase the saturation a little bit, that will bring in the color as well. I also play around with noise reduction. Lots of little “tricks” I am learning. LOL xx

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  3. I just had to come back and drool some more. Wait until you see my Day Lilies and my Azalea. Bright orange! And then there are always those Tulips still going over in my neighbor’s yard. She has a PURPLE Tulip, I kid you not. I am going to try so hard to bring the color in just perfect! She claims she has a BLACK Tulip, but I have yet to see it. Anyways … these flowers I wish we had here. xx Amy

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    • Thank you so much and in tropics the colour of the flowers are too saturated, they are just beautiful in plain words 🙂
      Really nice to see that you liked this post.
      Have a nice day 🙂

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  4. Fabulous flowers! I particularly like the third one (I’m no gardener!) as the composition is delicate and perfectly balanced. If I’m being picky – which of course I am! – it would have been perfect with the background from the second image ….. but beautiful all the same.

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    • Thank you so much, Noeline 🙂

      It gives a lot of happiness to be among these beautiful flowers and photographing them.

      My wife really enjoys gardening and I am reaping it’s benefits 🙂

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