Got a little bored between work, so decided to play with my new purchases. My Kindle Paperwhite and anti-glare glasses. I thought why not take a picture of them using my wide angle lens and my pinhole lens and see how they come out 😉
It’s just me on a Monday
morning afternoon. So, here are the photographs, edited a bit with DPP (Digital Photo Professional)
Wide Angle view:
I like both of them, one is very crisp and clear whereas the other makes it a little bit more real, like how it would look if I was seeing it if I was wearing a glass with thicker lens.
“But in the end they were not called saints because of the way they died, or because of their visions or wondrous deeds, but because of their extraordinary capacity for the love and goodness, which reminded others of the love of God.”
― Robert Ellsberg
It was a ladies day out and we went on a drive to a place called Lepakshi
Got some HDR shots done from the place.
The linga surrrounded by naga inside the LePakshi temple
The nandi statue before the temple (its almost a few metres before the entrance of the temple)
The hanging pillar in the temple. You can see the gap very clearly.
Another view of the outer praharam of the temple.
When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator.” – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
PS : Taken in Tanah Lot, Bali, Indonesia