Eid special – Images that caught our attention

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Article by Harika M. Chanana

During the Month of Ramadan, Muslims observe a strict fast & participate in pious activities such as charitable giving & peace making. Its is a time of intense renewal for those who observe it. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims throughout the world observe a joyous three day celebration called Eid al- Fltr (the festival of fast breaking) Here are some images that we saw bring out the spirit of the Eid festival.

17762_10151582748882895_2061533218_nPhotograph by: Prateek Dua

Comments: Thank you prateek for posting an image that brings about the festive spirit of the Eid. Its a beautiful shot taken with a wide angle lens, 18-55mm. Also this image has been shot at Jama Masjid after Namaaz. It has been shot at the the magical hour the dusk. The sky looks very dramatic The mosque is beautifully lit. Also prateek has creatively use the two pillars in the foreground to make a frame. The people are in great number & the frame look very dynamic. Great capture !!

999871_10151587352277895_1103541998_nPhotograph by: Prateek Dua

Comment: Yet another breath taking shot from the Jama Masjid. This panorama image comprises of 6 images stitched together. The beauty is in the apt sense of timing. The picture is a visual treat.

968895_10201662617116695_1719463164_nPhotograph by: Pratish Amin

Comment: This is an interesting image taken during Eid Namaaz at Bandra, Mumbai. The aerial view is quite compelling. Its a good thing that Pratish filled his frame with the men sitting for prayers. The boys wearing the red & green t-shirts stand out due to the color contrast.

969386_10151877451821719_147032312_nPhotograph by: Utsav Patel

Comment: This is a good effort to capture the essence of the Eid festival. These images were taken at Jama Masjid, Ahemdabad, in the old city were muslims would break their fast in the evening with fruits, great their fellow family & friends & also offer their prayers to Allah.

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