Velakali performance | Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, Trivandrum, Kerala, India | 2012
Velakali is a ritual art performed at temples in Kerala during festival time. The performers are dressed up like traditional soldiers with shields and swords/long canes.
Merci pour ces explications. Cette image change un peu de tes portraits traditionnel.
Stunning photo. Love the color and deminions in it. How festive and informative.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
tweeted it. lovely snap!
Well done Joshi, love the vibrance and the DOF.
Great shot, – gorgeous colours!
I just love this!
Really nice with the colourful
man in the middle. Powerful dance !
Thanks for sharing this. Never saw it before.
Nice capture buddy.
A brilliant composition as always
lovely action moment freezed!
Very cool shot, reminds me of the movie ” Indiana Jones and the temple of Doom..:-))
La démonstration doit être impressionnante en réelle. J’imagine le bruit de ces hommes.
Wonderful composition and color. The depth of field is perfect,
allowing me to focus on the action of the central figure.
Splendid shot – full of movement and colour
colorful and cool
Good framing, and nice colors !
Good One !
Excellent vantage point.
stunning awe inspiring
Nice colors contrast.
What a pose, a shot, colours! Great job, Joshi!
Wow… Very interesting and so colorful ! A very beautiful photo. Have a lovely day
Awesome.. Loved the crimson.
The symmetry, colors and action and just superb!
i like this
Wonderful color and motion.
Cool man, I really wish to travel to Kerala and shoot…the state comes alive in this space…
Beautiful clear photograph and wonderful colour.
awesome shot man! Love seeing stuff like this.
Beautiful shot and the colors are adding to the beauty of the shot!
Very rhythmic action shot…enjoyable image.
That must have been a spectacular sight!
Beautiful colors !!! great job.
Motion and colour! Very alive and vibrant.
Fantastic color and love the dept of field.
Lovely capture. Thanks for sharing
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