This ‘capturer’ intent on ‘capturing’ was ‘captured’ by another ‘capturer’ equally intent on ‘capturing’!
To find out what was being captured by the capturers cameras as well as the many pairs of eyes, click here.
This is the entry for the alphabet C for the A to Z challenge 2013
45 thoughts on “C for Capture”
The words capture the capture better than the capture :-)) (Which doesn’t mean that that capture is not a good capture! ;-))
Thanks for adding the latter part or I would have wondered 😉 It was just a spur of the moment click in between, as I was bent on watching the ‘action’ in front.
This reminded me of the song “The guys watch the girls walk, the girls watch the guys who watch the girls go by”. Nice.
Haha. I know! Thanks Suzy.
I was about to write the same! 😀 haahahhahah!!!!
Thank you Priyanka 😀
haha good one 🙂 U shot him when he was shooting some one else . By shooting U Didnt kill but made it more lively !
Now that you used the word, ‘shoot’ I am thinking I could have used this picture for ‘S’ as well! 😀
A cool one for C 😀
Remember cameras have eyes too 🙂 Nice
Haha, indeed 🙂
Nice candid shot!
Thanks Roshni 🙂
Pleotra of expressions in one pic 🙂
Thank you Meena 🙂
Well captured !
Thanks Ruch 🙂
I just had to know what they were looking at with such interest. At first I thought it was a safari crowd and then I saw your link and read the fascinating account behind the picture. Wow! That must have been some experience, Shail.
It definitely was, Corinne! 🙂
And we too… the captive audience!
Fantastic, Shail. Loved the photo of Trijata – we generally don’t see her highlighted in the Ramayana story! She has such a wonderful role. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the treat!
I read up more on Trijata after seeing this dance 🙂
My pleasure, Vidya. Thank you. 🙂
A story for each picture and a picture for every expression . Your Bali travels were indeed one wonderful journey 🙂
Thank you Sridevi 🙂
I love his expression. Nice capture 🙂
Thank you 🙂
😀 thanks Janu
‘Bali journal’ explains the intense looks all around 😉 Nice capture.
Yea, all of us where intent on the Kecak dance… 🙂
What a capture!!! The words are truly capturing!
Thank you Anuradha 🙂
Great idea! Nice photo to. 🙂
Thank you Heidi 🙂
candid shots are the best… I love such shots ! 😀
how everyone is so engrossed in something .. I guess a show in Bali !:P
Yes indeed. All eyes are on the artistes 🙂
NIce capture of the capturer
Thank you Sia 🙂
Too many ‘captures’ for someone with such a good vocabulary
Oh, thank you!:) But since “capture” was the word of the day, I chose to go overboard with it 😉
Ha, I like the recursion you’ve got going there. 🙂