Thursday, June 30, 2005

The Night


Night is the time to weep,
To wet with unseen tears
Those graves of memory where sleep
The joys of other years.
Author: John Florio
Photographer: Dheepak Ra

For those who have experienced this, no words are required.
And for those who havent experienced this, no words can explain it.

- Dheepak Ra


Blogger niki yokota said...

hi dheepak! wat a beautiful shot and quote! love these colors...(^^)/ who is John Florio??

6/30/2005 4:54 PM  
Blogger Manjusha said...

Is this some place in Bangalore?

6/30/2005 6:14 PM  
Anonymous lakshmi said...

Good as usual...

But, more than the picture and the quote., Your comments makes more sense to the post....

Aptly said.....

6/30/2005 6:58 PM  
Blogger Srinivas said...

> Night is the time to weep,
> To wet with unseen tears
Wow - can so relate to this! Brilliant!

6/30/2005 8:28 PM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Thanks. Check out this link for more details

I am afraid, I cant reveal it in public forum :-( Ping me @

Thanks :-)

True. Very true. There are quite a few who can relate to this. Though this was the first time, I am posting a work of this author.

6/30/2005 9:16 PM  
Anonymous Shripriya said...

nice picture , but a very philosophical quote to end the week. you could have put something more cheerful and fun. anyways where is this pic from. I cannot wait to take snaps in my digital camera.

6/30/2005 9:33 PM  
Blogger Shanks_P said...

Hey Deep...
Nice snap took a good look for me to find out that its the ccd in Infy!!!!

Good going man

6/30/2005 10:43 PM  
Anonymous Charu said...

as usual, thought provoking - the picture and what goes with it!

6/30/2005 10:45 PM  
Blogger Akruti said...

U r right,those who experienced it, they need no words:)
"That part of night,where the darkness outside tries to cover up my heart, where i fight for light but end up helpless and weep till i am tired,and drift away into no dream land,hoping that there will be light soon:)"

7/01/2005 3:41 AM  
Anonymous Tarun said...

It Captures Great lighting, along with beutiful symmetry.

7/01/2005 6:11 AM  
Blogger d4u said...

nice lines conveyin a lot:-)

7/01/2005 12:48 PM  
Blogger SonSon said...

Amen to that. Great pic!

7/01/2005 11:45 PM  
Blogger reva said...


you are so good in photography, are they really yr works,just joking

7/02/2005 4:28 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Normally I try to keep friday's post on a lighter vein. But this was necessary and it meant for someone. Neither can I wait to have some of your snaps here.


Thanks a lot.

Guess we are in the same plane in this regard........

Thanks dude both for the comment as well as that article.

Seeing you after quite some time. Thanks a lot.


I know you are joking. But was the joke in the first part or the second? ;-)

7/02/2005 8:49 AM  
Anonymous Deepak Jeswal said...

Hi Dheepak, lovely photographs...are u a professional photographer?


7/02/2005 9:14 PM  
Blogger anubhav said...

wonderful quote usual
but honestly the pic is bit flashy for the quote or may be i didnt get the point

7/03/2005 11:05 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Thanks for the compliements. But I cant even call myself as an amateur photographer - atleast not yet. You should have a look at few like kaleidoscope (I hope I got the spellign right) or boon docks to get the feel of good photography. I just keep clicking things just to satisfy myself but I still havent learnt much :-(

Thanks for being honest. Actually I was trying to relate the grief in the quote with that of the snap. Initial impression of the snap might be some hifi place but atleast I see it as a place where this money but not happiness. The loneliness, the coldness is ever permeading.......

7/03/2005 1:12 PM  
Blogger Anand said...

This photo is very good and nicely taken. I have been observing your blog for some time without commenting as such. One thing that impresses me is your dedication to be creative in your photographs, always trying to do a bit out of the commonplace.

However, my advice to you is not to get carried away by the responses you receive. Good as the photos are, they are quite a long way from being called 'professional'. I assume you are using a digital camera. The results are faster using a digicam, but you cannot experiment much with lighting and angles. Have you tried to use an SLR with manual focussing, shutter speed adjustment and all that?

There is a long way to go for you, but I am sure you will reach there in time. Meanwhile, keep up the good work and your impressive traits of observation and assimilation from your surroundings, which along with the creative strain are the forces behing this blog.


7/06/2005 3:07 AM  
Blogger Manjusha said...

Aha! Now I know!! :>

7/06/2005 8:58 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Its a pleasant surprise seeing you here. Infact didnt knew about your blog url till today.

Thanks a lot for the advise. I dont even call myself Amateur. I would love to tinker and experiment with different manual shutter, aperture, lens etc But they are all just theoretical knowledge for me until I upgrade my camera to Digital SLR. But it is currently out of my budget - saving now - but it looks unlikely for another year or two.

Thanks Anand and its nice catching up with you. Will follow through your blog.

7/06/2005 9:32 AM  

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