Language of Symmetry

PhotographerSreesha Belakvaadi
PrizeHonorable Mention
City/CountryBangalore, India
Photo Date Sep 1st 2016
Technical Info8mm, 1/400s, f/6.3, ISO 2000
Entry Description

Sometimes symmetry creates stunning perspectives, specially the aid of a Fisheye lens can create surreal visuals, human eye could never have imagined otherwise. It was twilight and fortunately most visitors had left for the day. The temple wore a deserted silence and just made the right expression. I could see a beautiful symmetry with all the diversity in and around. Shot at the historic Venugopalaswamy Temple, backwaters of Krishnarajasagara Dam, Mandya District, state of Karnataka, India.

About Photographer

Sreesha Belakvaadi comes from close to two decades of Photography experience. Sreesha's photographic work has been published in national and international circuits (both web-based and live publications), including the BBC WILDLIFE Magazine. Sreesha has won numerous competitive awards (both at national and international levels) including the distinguished prestigious DAILY DOZEN honor from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. Sreesha specializes in a variety of photographic subjects viz. Birding, Landscapes, Astrophotography, Candid, Street and Culture, and has exhibited his works across various forums including ones hosted by celebrated photographers such as T.N.A Perumal and Anand Saran organized by Bangalore School of Arts and Photography. Besides Photography, Sreesha is an avid writer and filmmaker; he has authored a book SHOONYA on philosophy and metaphysics. Sreesha's short film KING AND THE PAWN was screened as part of Millennium Film Festival in New York, where he underwent professional training in Super 8mm Filmmaking. Sreesha Belakvaadi is currently making a Kannada feature film MOJO, which is in post production.