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January 3, 2014
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During the past few days, we have been having extremely bad weather in my country. A cyclone was around and it ruined the new year festivities for most of us. I took a series of shots in black and white to express the gloomy atmosphere and I am sharing a few of those photos with you. I am still a novice and just trying to frame the feeling of these moments. I used a mix of black and white with sepia for some photos. If you wish to see the whole album, follow this link to my FB profile page.

As always, I welcome your comments/critics because it would contribute and enhance to my way of taking photos.

Happy New year & best regards

Rachid

 

 

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January 4, 2014
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Some fascinating photographs, Rachid, both here and on your facebook page.
I knew virtually nothing of Curepipe until today.  It is always good to learn of new places.

My favorite is the image of your kitchen sink with the single droplet at its faucet about to fall.
Photographs of inclement weather taken from the familiar protection of one’s home is always comforting.

-- Mandrake --

January 4, 2014
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That was my favorite as well…

January 5, 2014
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Hi there Mandrake and MsCharff…. and thank you for “virtually” visiting my town Cool.

The island is full of beautiful spots and I bet you had a look at the other themes album Smile

The kitchen is my better-half corner and she was like – “Why do you want to expose this shot” Laugh. !!!

Anyway take care my friend.

Kind regards

Rachid

 

 

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