Peace, Peace and Only Peace

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317. Peace Peace & Only Peace…
Photo By: Samir Pradhananga
Posted Date: 31st December

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Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers and quietly building new structures. As I was roaming around Swayambhu with my friends, I saw a Pigeon (We call it Symbol of Peace) staying just in front of Swayambhu (God of Peace). Suddenly, I felt like the Pigeon is not asking us – “Where is the PEACE in NEPAL?”

In truth, Peace has never come from dropping bombs. Real peace comes from enlightenment and educating people to behave in a more divine manner. In fact, this is such a penetrating fact that we people have been looking for it from the last 17-18 years back.

Peace, Peace and Only Peace was last modified: December 31st, 2008 by Administrator

Blog Comments

  1. samir_insurer

    dear friends dignifiedfren and admin.com, does this pictures deserve such comments, if so if the fact what are the adminis doing out there or why they don’t comment on such comments.

  2. admin.com

    samir,really it is a prize winning shot. superb cum sweet timing. dear administrators, why you people dont select these type of pictures for the monthly contest. what are the criterias of selecting the pictures of the month please let us know all.

  3. Dignifiedfren

    samir,really its a prize winning shot. I wished I would like you to present a special prize for your such a superb & patienceful picture. administrotors you must qualify this superb shot. please tell us what are the criterial for selecting a picture for the month?????
    :evil: :evil: :evil:

  4. samir_insurer

    Dear Mr. Mohan & Reality Informer,

    Thanks to both of you all. Really Peace will reinstate in the country, let us hope. And obviously the lighting condition was not suitable.
    I I have not used any program just to enhance the picture.

  5. Reality Informer

    Yes ! I also agree with dreamsky “A Pair of White Dove” is the EXACT SYMBOL of PEACE.
    But Samir’s Shot is really appreciable despite the Bad Lighting condition.

  6. mohan

    this is ur excellant try to catch the pic for coming reinstate peace in Nepal . which represants the forthcoming peace in Nepal soon
    keep it up,
    Well done.

  7. samir_insurer

    Dear DreamSky,
    Many Many thanks for your Nice Comment & Information.

    Good comments make our picture live here in E.U.. DreamSky, if a pigeon does not represent the symbol of Peace, what a pigeon represents for? I would be much more glad if you could let me know the Exact Symbol of Peace in General. Thank You.

  8. samir_insurer

    Dear Naresh,
    Thank you so much for your Cool Comment, I agree with your Peaceful Perspective. We are very frantic just for a sense of Peace. Let us hope Peace will reinstate in our Country very soon.

  9. naresh

    Well, Pigeon in this pic looks like listening foot steps of peace coming from distance place to us!!!!!!.
    Good job keep it up, this picture speaking for peace!!!!

  10. samir_insurer

    Dear What is,

    Even I also don’t know about it, the word “low profile” means staying down from every angle. Over-exposing, Over-suggesting, Over confidence, being over possesive….all these attitudes are the perfect example of that word. Thanks.

  11. samir_insurer

    Dear Shutterbug,
    Thank You very much, Ya of course will always try to do clicking…

    Dear S.S.,
    To some extent your words are correct as “(Nice) pictures don’t need Captions..” but in Creative, Art, Still-life & Commercial Pictures, one needs to jot down few lines of that particular shot. Otherwise, viewers may misread or misunderstand…..Anyways, we just have to try to show our good work, is not it????

  12. S.S.

    Pictures don’t need any Captions. Subsequently, your picture tells its’ Own Story too. Well Shot. Is the backgroung temple Shoyembhu Shrine?

  13. samir_insurer

    Dear Sangesh & Rudra Broz,
    Thank you very much for your comments. They say one needs to have PATIENCE in Photography. Really telling you people that I don’t have to wait that much of time. And as per the clarity of the eyes, the light was such type ki it was not that polssible. Anyways, I appreciate your deep & creative comment Rudra Pandey Bro. (By the way, here we all call ourselves Amateur & beginners). We are LOW PROFILE HOLDERS.
    Thank You.

  14. Rudra Pandey

    Great timing! Could you have made it brighter? I do not know much about photography. That’s why I am asking. Clear enough to see bird’s eyes?

  15. Silly visitor

    Hello Bro Samir,
    Very Nice Work on such a suitable-perfect & clinical period of the rubbish country. I wished I had to be with you to view that touchy shot.
    Keep snaping ur lil device.

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