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Gerbera Poems - The Divine Play of Creation by Prasad
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*When the FIRST universe was created, it was PERFECT. Perfect in all terms of it’s existence and behavior. Laws of MATTER and LIFE had perfection, so were predictable. Species lived PERFECT life and the nature had predictable perfection in her growth. These universes were short lived and were unstable as the PERFECT laws destoyed them easily. The purpose of creating the universe was lost…….

The UNCERTAINTY factor was created after deep process and it has gifted EVOLUTION. Transformation from one form to other, one life to other became EASY & NATURAL. Now, the universes survived LONG enough to serve the PURPOSE.*

This thought reflects behavior & role of Brahman which supports the process creation and Maya who balances the the divine play to satisfy the PURPOSE behind. Like an individual every universe has it’s own LIFE and so the PURPOSE. We, the Hindus, in India believe there are many, many universes LIKE US.

It reflects the process of DIVINE CREATION & the role of MAYA leaving a delicate impression after completion of EVERY cycle of creation. This DIVINE play is happening endlessly & is never ending. WE are just a part of one of the cycle, OBSERVING it with great IGNORANCE…

May all lives enlighten to SEE the divine play…

These thoughts again APPEARED in my mind looking after these Gerbera petals, reflecting the process of DIVINE CREATION on the larger time scale – larger than a single human life or generation or even beyond our today’s excellence in knowledge. I belive it’s just in bits against the scale of Divine play.

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Equipment : Canon EOS 400D & EF 100 mm MACRO lens.

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Comments

  • linaji
    linajialmost 6 years ago

    IT is…thrilling to see you so happy.. I feel your joy though your work.. blessings friend! Linaji

  • Sometimes I just wonder the power of unstoppable flow within………………………

    Thank you Linaji :)

    – Prasad

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...almost 6 years ago

    Ohh this is simply……everything I love sorry not one word will describe it – you keep doing this to me!! I love Geberas and everytime I see them I want to get in close like this – you have done it now :))

  • The beauty of nature around and within is so aweful, we cannot put everything in words all the time. Thanks for the fav too, my friend.

    – Prasad

  • mausue
    mausuealmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful macro with gorgeous colour and detail!

  • Thanks mausue appreciate your visit :)

    – Prasad

  • Marvin Collins
    Marvin Collinsalmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful image Prasad!!

  • Thank you my friend :)

    – Prasad

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...almost 6 years ago

    beautiful work Prasad.x

  • Thanks Catherine :)

    – Prasad

  • lisa1970
    lisa1970almost 6 years ago

    lovely composition & gorgeous colour :-)

  • Thank you Lisa!

    – Prasad

  • BigD
    BigDalmost 6 years ago

    excellent macro, the colors are vibrant too. BigD

  • Thank you so much, BiGD

    – Prasad

  • Kate Adams
    Kate Adamsalmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful macro, the colours and lighting is fabulous!! stunning work Prasad!!

  • Thanks Kate, much appreciated words my friend.

    – Prasad

  • Gilberte
    Gilbertealmost 6 years ago

    Your Gerbera is so beautiful Prasad, it is a poem!

  • Thanks for inspiring words Gilberte!

    – Prasad

  • harshcancerian
    harshcancerianalmost 6 years ago

    the petals look amazing… what a capture……… ur doing justice to the macro lens u have…

  • Thanks Harsh! I’m glad you liked it.

    – Prasad

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