ADJACENT FLAMES

RakeshSyal

Ludhiana, India

Artist's Description

Captured this image on a Diwali day. The setup I found at one of my friend’s place on my visit to greet him for the festival.
Diwali falls, the Indian festival of lights, falls on the day of ‘Amavasyaa’, when the moon does not rise and there is darkness all around. Light, being symbol of hope and positive energy, indicates the victory of good over evil. By spreading light in every corner of our premises, we try to destroy the reign of darkness, on the night of Diwali. People decorate their premises with diyas, electric bulbs and other decorative electric lighting fixtures, to make their surroundings filled with colorful light and to make it bright and beautiful.

Nikon D200, Nikkor 28-105, @ 105 mm, ISO 600, hand held because I was getting the speed 1/60 sec

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