- tsesler (6320)
- [2008-09-11 0:23]
excellent compo of soaking water buffaloes with great pov here,
soaking in mud pool....
what a enjoyment of them;)
welldone and tfs,
- Dot (13942)
- [2008-09-11 16:40]
Coming back from a vacation where it was really hot which launched a herd of those tiny black flies that love to much on you,I can certainly understand the animals when they roll over in the dirt. I could have used a mud bath and looking at the sun shining on their muddy backs gives the shot a feeling of intense heat.
- Ramdan (5765)
- [2008-09-11 17:24]
This is something for the coming outing?... :) - a thoughtful hint for composition. And the well-written story is as always, adorable and inspiring.
Ko ada nampak ka tu karabau?
There was a farce phrase about this creature, which was a fame among my colleague - as a 'slapstick' joke with no particular meaning - KO ADA NAMPAK KA TU KARABAU?
- trekks (13665)
- [2008-09-11 19:56]
I have seen similar and more deadly scene of crocodiles lying still in muddy water waiting patiently for prey but this capture has more 'mud paste' effect and the buffaloes are looking a little like stones or tree trunks if they are not moving.
A fine post.
- rigz (1091)
- [2008-09-12 0:17]
For those who like colors, this shot not their choice.But to me its was very interesting to know about the daily life of buffalo which is I can't see in my place. Shot was nicely captured with the details and good angle. Well composed making this shot very well presented.
Geoffrey bin Ramji
- randychia1972 (616)
- [2008-09-13 5:11]
macam poring lembu in. bole tahan juga..
- foozi (4864)
- [2008-11-28 18:47]
thanks indeed for telling me about my inner sense or my "forte". Such an inquisitive and introspective self discovery thought you gave.
May Allah bless you for the insight that contribute into making my mind focussed on the Omnipotent, the Superior Ruler.
The mudbathing buffaloes really make me think of yesteryears when I could see them plenty around. Suddenly now when almost 20 years of working, doing nothing but work and work, busy and getting busier each and everyday, the picture of a buffalo was erased from my mind. Now when I see this shot of
happy guy and gals bathing together, but they never sling mud at each other, I realise how much we have lost the relationship to the nature. We pretended to earth friendly. We never care for these..buffaloes and the sort.
Thanks for lovely shot, my grandfather and my
father have a few last time. These buffaloes are very attached and very personal.
Thanks for the shot. It brings the root.