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The Panjim Church

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
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Rajan Parrikar

pro member
Asher,

Yes, especially in the stillness of the early morning, it is a dream-like sight.

Thanks for the reference - I shall now look up the work of David Sharir on the web.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
It's perfect right here! When a photograph is just that, this is where it belongs. Yes you have used architecture, but this is a photograph, one that will print well and will get accolades.

Asher
 

Rajan Parrikar

pro member
It's perfect right here! When a photograph is just that, this is where it belongs. Yes you have used architecture, but this is a photograph, one that will print well and will get accolades.

Asher
I asked because often when I make photographs in Goa, they do not fit into any of the categories carved out in the well-known forums. There'll be a lush green field, for instance, suggesting Landscape, but there's also that insignificant church or temple in the composition where history, architecture, religion & culture all commingle. When shooting in the deserts of the American West or in many areas of Iceland the line is more clear (although I can think of images in those places as well where fuzzy situations obtain).
 
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