478. Thrill of Flying Kites
Photo By: Shutterbug
Posted Date: 28th October, 2010
As Dashain holidays approaches to end, this boy take pleasure flying kites in Chobar one evening. Flying colorful kites on a sunny day is a great delight to children in most urban areas.
However, tradition of flying kites is declining every year. The kites in the sky this season seem dimmed. May be means of entertainment for children in today’s modern world is abound. The folklore behind flying kites is that people send message to Lord Indra (the Hindu deity of rain) to stop the monsoon rains, since Dashain festival is time to harvest the rice.
Camera: Nikon D200
Shutter speed: 1/200
Lens: 18mm-200mm @ 75mm
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Thank you. BanJu, SusuDada and Nepali for taking time to comments. I agree ideas that you have suggested would have definitely helped to make this picture better and I will keep improving in days to come. 🙂
Image from Nikon D200 not so good.
In my assumption the vertical composition along applying the rule of third would have created even more interesting picture.
Ain’t the subject in the dead center of the picture….i thought the rule of third would have created more interesting pic…