Saturday, January 21, 2006

Narrow Lane

The “narrow lane” stretched far into the bright light, it was like heaven...

19 comments:

St John Street said...

just beautiful u really make want tp pull out my cam man loving this pic breathe taking stuff keep it up man

St John Street said...

ps thanks 4 the comments and support always appreciated bro take care

martin wittig said...

Thank you for visiting my site and leaving such a nice comment. You have some really beautiful stuff here also. These pictures are great!
martin

JOE GIAMPAPA said...

great things to see here.
pardon my ignorance , do to your location and last name are you hindu. I ask because my Brother-in-law is hindu an him an I talk about cutlural differences it is facinating to hear his look on life. I am of Italian heritage. at holiday gatherings there is Indian and Italian food It's great.

Graphicanjelo said...

Gulzi you are an amazing photographer.!!!!

kevin micallef said...

Gulzar, Thanks for your kind words on my blog. I really enjoyed your blog as well..beautiful images. My favorite is the "fountain of Joy" t-shirt design!!

Alina Chau said...

Wooooooo ... this is beautiful!! Great lighting!

martin said...

wow! amazing pictures!!
You have nive drawing but these pictures are a pure pleasure for the eyes!!!

A. Riabovitchev said...

Great fotos here Gulzar!Thanks for your comments on my blog.
About your question.Aleksey Kobelev(Russian insider) answer you on my blog.:o)

Mad Guru said...

Nice work Gulzar. Very dreamy, beautiful lighting.

Drawn From Life said...

hey bro thanks for the kind words and interest in me. I do animate even though the kind of animation I do might be considered dead by some. I speak of classical animation, as far as a name goes you already know me as 14a st john st or linton joseph hope all is well and take more photo's please.

Nabeel said...

I actually read something about Heaven .. Allama Iqbal calls Heaven an Anciet Inn for the humans .. in Jawab-e-Shikwaa :)

Oh sure yaar .. i'll call ya at my wedding sure .. all my friends are getting married these days .. dang ..

yaar i'm sorry about the email .. but I don't think i got an email from you asking a question ... aaa.. i'll check my inbox again :)

Hans said...

Hey Gulzar,

Thanks for stopping by. Awesome photos by the way! A lot of mood and very nice composition. To answer your nice comment on my flash post. Yes, that is honestly my first attempt with flash, but I've done a lot of traditional animation before. The same rules goes for flash, but the challenge was to figure out how to make it work. Am hoping to get more into it this year.
Again, love your stuff and will check back to see more:)

Hans

Boris Hiestand said...

I like your blog- very nice!

Unfortunately there is no book on Milt Kahl(yet).
Andreas Deja and Richard Williams were writing one at one point, but I think they put it on hold or gave up all together..

Check out the segment on him in Canemaker's 'nine old men' book.

DysfunctionaL said...

its awesome.. I could just sit here for hours and just day dream..

St John Street said...

hey bro thanks 4 the kind words I'll try my best to get them coloured and post soon!! hope all is well with u.

Viks said...

This is DAMN crazy!

Bobby Chiu said...

that's beautiful my friend

kan said...

Wow...beautiful.