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Saturday, January 23, 2010


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I love Indian sweets and the ladies outfits are so beautiful and romantic! Very creative way to use your silhouette to help the light come out. The god-child appears in an aura of mystical lights and reflections.
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Very interesting photo, and an interesting post too. I love the reflections, each time I look I see more.

We love Luna

Hello dear friends,
wow it's a beautiful calendar, really different and sweet!
Happy Camera Critters
purrs and love


I would never have seen the parrot as I was so mesmerized with the photo of the doll. Great.



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Wonderful window!

John McDevitt

I think it was clever the way you used your own silhouette in your photo. Nice job.


Interesting mix! :)

storyteller at Small Reflections

Beautiful window reflections! I might have missed the parrot if you hadn't mentioned it ;-)
Hugs and blessings,


Such a very pretty shot! Almost a fantasy!


This is a beautiful image picturing Lord Krishna when he was young. he is the God that is celebrated by ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness). He is supposed to have loved milk and milk products and here he is shown with his fingers in butter. He was also known to play the flute very well and in most of his pictures when he was young show him playing the flute leaning against a cow under a tree in the green fields of Benaras or Varanasi in India.

Amanda Moore

Even through the reflection that little face stays lovely great shot!

Greensboro Daily Photo

Thank you Magiceye from Mumbai Daily Photo for providing the much-needed details on this photo of a picture of Young Lord Krishna. One of the many nice things about being part of the City Daily Photo community is that participants are so generous with information. We have learned so much over our 13 months of participation!


Iowa Gardening Woman

I see two parrots, nice photo.


Wonderfully different: a great concept, pleasantly weird name, and good image for reflection and critters :) That's very cool how the photographer's shadow haunts the image or supports it. There's plenty to wonder at here! I love the parrots.


It is a very pretty shot, love the reflection and the calendar.


I like how you placed yourself in the photo. There is a member of my religious community that says that the photographer is always in the picture - as the scene is seen through his/her eyes.


so unusual love it sandy

Hannah - Zukan

Hi, Jan! I love how you captured the subjects from behind and in front of the glass. Clever!

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