SL-WEEK 15 : Communications

Sylvain’s theme for this week is Communications.

Remember when the mobile phones came in, how they were used only for communicating with one another through speech. Now its used for all kinds and modes of communication, speech, text, photographs what not. All in a span of a decade and world seems so much smaller because of those. I still remember having my first Siemens phone which sort of looked like a huge walkie talkie (I think I recently gave that to my niece to play with) and was too heavy to carry around. Now its all about slick design, as much features as possible (even if we don’t use half of them) etc. But one thing for sure I am happy about is its ability to photograph. What an easy way to capture some beautiful moments in life. Quite handy I would say.

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Taken in Bali during the Kechak Dance performance in Uluwatu. There was a lady before me who was trying to take pictures through her mobile phone. For some reason, I like taking photographs of people picturing something through there mobile phones 🙂 I have done this a couple of times with my friends. And I was glad that I could get the focus correctly in this even before she was done with her photograph.

Tagging this post for Julie’s Photo Week Event for this week.

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5 comments

  1. sylvain landry photographe · October 12, 2015

    Well done…

    Liked by 1 person

    • KG · October 12, 2015

      Thank you Sylvain 🙂

      Like

  2. Leya · October 12, 2015

    I remember those first ones too. Heavy stones. I’m glad the worst hype is gone in school…some years ago the students fiddled with them during lessons as well. Nice take on the theme!

    Liked by 1 person

    • KG · October 12, 2015

      Thank you Leya 😀

      Like

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