The Wild Bunch (please see description) by Kanages Ramesh
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Mother Nature’s own sweet little brats.

Do you remove your child’s head?

“You love your children—you don’t remove their heads. If you really love flowers you will never pick them. You murder them by picking them—it is a kind of violence towards flowers. Enjoy the beauty from a distance, but don’t try to possess it” ~ Osho Rajneesh”

-from One Hundred Tales for Ten Thousand Buddhas by Ma Dharm Jyoti

Country: Sri Lanka

“To all those who don’t commit murder!*

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nature, flowers

What inspires me is the feeling or emotion we are able to capture and convey either through words, an image, or both.The ‘pictures’ we evoke more than the seen. They would better communicate who, what, or where I am now. It is through them that we are ultimately going to “see’ each other. It is through them that we may connect. I look forward to the connection.

Some of my ‘music’ can be heard at www.myspace.com/kanagesramesh

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  • CarolM
    CarolMover 1 year ago

    A lovely image Kanages.

  • Thank you so much Carol!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • Dlouise
    Dlouiseover 1 year ago

    Very pretty, Kanages!

  • Thank you very much louise!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • JonnisArt
    JonnisArtover 1 year ago

    Beautiful image. Wild only if you want to see it. In nature, everything is organized.
    Ramesch that’s a nice thought impulse. Thank you.

  • THANK YOU Jonni!! Yes, in nature everything is organized with each contributing their part.— during the time allotted to them. Why bring disorder by ending it early. :) Appreciate very much your thoughts on this!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • anaisanais
    anaisanaisover 1 year ago

    YOUR SENSITIVE SOUL , SUGGEST THAT YOU DO NOT CATCH FLOWERS.
    BUT, MAYBE FOR THEY IS A GREAT PLEASURE TO BE ADMIRED IN FABULOUS COMPOSITIONS.
    NOT ALL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE NATURE AT “NATURAL”….
    GREAT AND BEAUTIFUL IMAGE AND COLORS!!! I

  • Hi Dear Anna! Capture them in a camera, yes, by all means. When you pluck a flower from a plant or a tree they generally wither fast and die within a few hours. When left on the plant or tree they are more alive, last longer, wither slowly, and are more productive. With more bees and insects alighting on them , the more days they last, the more they multiply through pollination. Adding more beauty and shade for passers by. :) I too live in the city. And I have to travel to see them. Hopefully, soon, I will get closer to them. Appreciate very much your KIND and thoughtful words on this Anna!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • vigor
    vigorover 1 year ago

    This is more or less my way of thinking, I preserve the beauty of nature through photos and leave everything the way I found it.

  • “Take only pictures and leave only footprints”. as the saying goes. :) They all last longer too when left undisturbed in their natural habitat. And possess varying degrees of consciousness. Thank you so much Viv! Appreciate your thoughts on this very much!!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • dabadac
    dabadacover 1 year ago

    wonderful colours and clever lines… delightful …

  • Thank you Barbara! Appreciate it very much!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 1 year ago

    My first day back and I stumble across You!! Nice surprise and lovely work!!

  • Oh What FUN!! The sheep is back in the fold!! Baa baa…

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • aprilann
    aprilannover 1 year ago

  • Thank you so much aprilann!! Appreciate the honor very much!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • ✿✿ Bonita ✿✿ ђєℓℓσ

    Congratulations on your feature nciely done and presented hugs wonderfuly done love the light and colours love this ove the write up MOTHER NATURES OWN LITTLE BRATS CUTE AND TRUE BUT STILL BEAUTIFUL IN THE DETAIL AND THERE …THERE SAYS LOOKS AT WERE HARED TO GET RID OF HUGS.

  • Thank you Bonita!! Appreciate very much your comments and support of my work!! Nature works best when left alone; for the benefit of all and sundry. Hugs

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • vigor
    vigorover 1 year ago

    Congrats on your lovely feature in Just For You!

  • Thank you so much Viv! Appreciate very much your comments on my work!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

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