Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Holding Roses




How passionately I am, when it comes to photography, however all the photographs taken by me are still laying over my table. Film rolls undeveloped. It’s been always an expensive hobby to pursue. Yet I could not help myself to admire the touch of those who mastered this art of photography. I wished my hands could be deigned with this talent. Today I was lucky enough to have a friend’s digital camera and this is what my eyes and hands had caught:




Roses
Subtle petals
Jointly falling

Copyright 2005 nasra al adawi

18 Comments:

Blogger Amie said...

i too love photography not that i'm any good at it. roses, i also love roses

3:47 AM  
Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

Amie I disagree I think you are good at it.

Nasra, I too end up with lots of undeveloped films but when I get round to developing I get a nice surprise with all the pictures I forgot I'd taken

10:39 AM  
Blogger jawaher said...

Wooooooooow ......wallah its one of the very few picturs i love ..ur talented in photography as much as in poetry mashallah :D

12:05 PM  
Anonymous rusty said...

Beautiful pic Nasra....U are a woman of multi talents ....

5:34 AM  
Blogger Faith said...

wow Nasra .. you amaze me..
i like this picture ..
take more pictures and share them with us!

9:03 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

Your words are a match for the picture. They really seem to be saying the same thing.

1:20 PM  
Blogger Bluesky_Liz said...

Interesting pic, Nasra.

I like taking pictures of scenery and nature myself. Maybe you should think about getting a digital camera -- digital cameras are almost as good as conventional cameras that use film and in the long run, less expensive since you don't need to spend money on developing every roll you took, just print the pics you like and upload them to the computer easily.

10:42 PM  
Blogger CA said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. I see you love roses. I have posted a picture of a rose on my site for your enjoyment. It's more a memorial to my late cat than any attempt at photography.

I. too, am a poet. Some links on my blog are to poetry sites of mine. I invite you to inspect them at your liesure. Jim

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Danny said...

Your image of the rose is not veiled, it is open along with your poignant poem. I like your blog, unique and very feminine.

9:49 PM  
Blogger mirandaba said...

this foto of a dead rose is like your filled with hatred for other bodies of love and secretly you want to have them as lovers but are afraid to admit and you hide behind the pretences of culture to prove it. Paleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzee!

12:27 AM  
Blogger mirandaba said...

I dont want to be mean, but really this is so bad it is nauseating.

12:31 AM  
Blogger gulnaz said...

its a fine picture nasra and the words accompanying are just as good. i think you shd continue taking pictures and never listen to ppl like mirandaba. whoever you are, you are MEAN!!!

4:02 PM  
Blogger Het Waghela said...

roses are always the best.

10:05 PM  
Blogger Enigma said...

nice shot.. :)

3:31 AM  
Blogger Het Waghela said...

Hi Nasra, I have blog rolled u.

8:41 PM  
Blogger Lorena said...

very pretty photograph. i love how you expressed that "jointly falling" maybe the fall is less cruel when it's together. beatiful.

fyi: on mirandaba - she spread her love on my blog too :) i guess some people are envious. don't bother with her comment, just delete it!

take care nasra :)

2:43 PM  
Blogger Green-Eyed Lady(GEL) said...

I'm so happy you enjoyed the immediate feedback of digital photography. I love my digital camera, although I own one that has features of a manual camera as well.
Lovely soft touch- and simple eloquent words

Roses are one of my favorite flowers. I'm not sure if you noticed that I put part of my rose painting at the top of the SilkenThreads blog? On my other blog (Good Vibrations), there's a new sunset photo...and a leaf one in the comments. I am redoing the site to put my photography back, but I'm a photographer and artist as my career so it takes a while: lots of practice!

I also put up a sketch of a rose on that blog. I agree with the others here! Please continue to explore photography. I think you have a sensitive eye and talent untapped. :) If you can consider digital, the savings from no film even out the cost of a digital camera.

3:22 AM  
Blogger Jyotsna said...

I think its a lovely picture,captures the delicateness of the rose in all its beauty

8:42 PM  

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