Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Photographer of the Year 2005

I just came across "2005 News website Photographer of the Year" competition at BBC NEWS' website.

My personal vote went to Tom Sullam for the above picture. I loved the above picture for its color contrasts. The silvers, greys and the goldens in this photograph are just mind-blowing.

What do you say about this picture??



You can also vote for your very choice at:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/4392574.stm

8 comments:

Shirazi said...

Eid Greetings!

Deb S. said...

I love the photograph for the same reasons that you do. Blessings to you at Eid.

Hasan Mubarak said...

Thank you very much for your kind wishes.

Blessings to you too!

Faira said...

Beautiful photo! I love viewng and taking pictures. One of my dreams is to have a (super model) camera that can do everything! But I have talked to a few very good Photographers with some fantastic cameras and they told me that some of there best shots were taken with a cheap aim and shoot camera. Who would have thought.

AsianSmiles said...

beautiful! the patterns are very well projected.

Rose said...

That is a beautiful picture. I absolutely love the color contrast. It seems so peaceful. Jumping to another subject: in relationship to a question you asked on my blog about President Bush, here is my response as best as I could say it: I posted this as well at my site but in the wrong blog: Sorry:I appreciate everyones' comments. It is hard to trust the system to do what is just. But I know that if a crime affected me personally I would want the person electrocuted. Unfortunately, I do feel that is too easy for the criminals. I think justice would be served by allowing them to stay alive and letting the other hard core criminals deal with them. Then I think they would wish they were dead. But to answer hasan mubarak questions about why the other 99 percent of poor voted for him, that did not happen. American has many levels of folks, very rich, rich, middle class, low middle class, the working poor and poor. It is hard to get the true statistics of each of these groups because they have not released the census information for 2005. But all kinds of folks voted for this President, even some poor folks who are probably between 20-25 percent of the poplulation but coupled with others voting from all levels of income it is easy to see why he was selected. Now the question is: does those who put him in office still approve of him?....the polls say that he is at the lowest rate ever...but really it doesn't matter. To get rid of him would only put his sick buddy in "Cheney", who believes in the same things as President Bush...

momyblogR said...

Great photo! It has such an amazing look, such depth.

Beautiful

Punk Dervish said...

I wish i had taken the pic or atlest get there.anyways Happy eid

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