His Master's Grave - "Who claims who?" (please see description) by Kanages Ramesh

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I roamed this land with my master once,
he claimed that this land was his,
now he sleeps under, where he once trod over,
being claimed by what he claimed was his.

Now I stand over, and wonder,
till I too go under,
while still tied to his memory,
at the end “Who claims who?”

(A question posed by this wise bull.)

Kanages Ramesh (Monsoonfrog)

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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  • shadowlea
    shadowleaalmost 3 years ago

    ah there it is the pic wouldn’t come on the other posting….wise cow this one

  • LOL! Very wise indeed! I had a bit of a problem, to get away from it. It kept on pestering me with that question “whoooo claims whoooo?”. Thank you so much Irene! Much appreciated! Ramesh:)

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely capture

  • Thank you so much Larry! Ramesh:)

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimagealmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you Francis! Ramesh:)

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • RebeccaWeston
    RebeccaWestonalmost 3 years ago

    The image and the words go very well.. XX

  • Thank you so much Becca! Appreciate the comment very much! XX Ramesh

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • Vivian Eagleson
    Vivian Eaglesonalmost 2 years ago

    I like the way you did this one by darkening the outside border as it really makes the cow stand out as the focal point. The description is food for thought.

  • Thank you for noticing it Vivian! It is bring focus on the main characters: the cow & the grave, as well as through sepia to indicate a fading memory ( with death), and dark tones closing in to indicate a life that too would end one day. Appreciate very much your observations on the image & the writing!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • ✿✿ Bonita ✿✿ ђєℓℓσ

    Wonderful capture i feel sad he tied up like that though to bad he wasn’t fenced in so he could walk around never ever saw one tied up like that and i lived on a farm with bull cows chickens pigs and other animals aw…Wonderful write up give good for thought for sure yes you wonder Nicely done hugs hope he is ok a fav hugs

  • Wow!! First, let me thank you for this wonderful award!! Thank you Bonita!! GREAT to have you as a friend too!!! And appreciate your support VERY MUCH too!!! And now to answer your comment, they are not tied for long hours like that. It’s only when they bring them out to graze. And they do leave a rather lengthy rope for them to move around.. And yes, let’s hope it makes more to think on it too. We brought nothing with us and neither are we going to take anything with us. Appreciate very much your thoughts & detailed comments on this Bonita!! Hugs!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynover 1 year ago

    I LOVE IT !!!!

  • Thank you my friend!! :))

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castroover 1 year ago

    lovely capture

  • Thank you so much Heloisa!!

    – Kanages Ramesh

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepabout 1 year ago

    Soft and beautiful…feels like Loving Kindness….

  • kathrynsgallery
    kathrynsgallery4 months ago

    Well, the bull probably has more sense than some humans! Great capture, nicely vignetted!

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