5 February 2006

THE DESIGN



More pictures and details in Blunt Knife.




14 comments:

Lorraine said...

Such grace :)

Rauf said...

Lorraine, We have been copying the design. Nature still has many things to teach us

Cari said...

Very Nice Indeed

Rauf said...

Thank you Cari

Chinna said...

love the pattern on the underside

Rauf said...

Sit in one place and wait Chinna, the tower is the best. weekends could be crowded as every one wants a view from there. School kids came, they were very quietly observing talking in whispers. I showed them what I shot. Each one viewd thru the camera too. Then came college students, hell broke loose, I don't know what made them let out ugly high pitch screams. there were a few girls in the group. I was stuck there, couldn't come down as the tower has narrow spiral stairs, any protest would have resulted in my camera getting thrown in the lake. They were so unruly.

mudassar said...

hi uncle. i have one small doubt regarding this pic.. i guess all the pic which u have taken r in motion, so how come they r not blur. did u use any special kind of lens?

Rauf said...

Mudassar, There was blur, out of focus, many times I clicked after the bird reached Delhi. lots of pictures were blank, the stork flew just too fast for me. Out of 10 clicks I got only 2 pictures.

Please click on Blunt knife there are more pictures and details

Anonymous said...

ADIPOLI RAUF.
UNNI MASHA WANTS KANGAROO-RINS

Rauf said...

WHATTOO ? Take him Australia, I can send only cows and goats, Show him the picture of the girl with her goat. More pictures in Blunt knife, click on the title, show him the full screen pictures. I have no passport I can't go to Australia, when any Kangaaroo comes to see me I take a picture and send you. Lots of love
Proot

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wildpic said...

Where did the whole business of the stork delivering babies come from?

To avoid the details of conception and childbirth, Scandinavian mothers used to tell their children that the stork delivered babies. The stork was a natural choice for the Scandinavians. Many houses had storks' nests on them, which gave the story credibility in children's eyes.

Further adding to the appeal of the stork, is the bird's fidelity. Not only do storks return year after year to the same nests, but they are monogamous too. Storks also take care of their elderly or sick parents, an added benefit for parents trying to develop similar traits in their children

Rauf said...

Thanks Suresh, I'll add this to the info.

I have always maintained that animals teach us about life and the survuval more than the holy books.

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