Tuesday, April 7, 2015

My Spiritual Toning

I would like to share my new toning of my shots in new color bars to tint those images. The two colors will represent my view on photography, my aura, feeling and appreciation to the time, space, speed, distance, thought, and many more.

The two-color tones are:

My Deep orange –reddish Colour Tone
This is to represent that I love heat, sunshine, light the source of life. As well as represent my warmth, friendship, my deep expression of being, It is fun, to adore my success but I still love changes.

It is magical.

It is to balance the life itself; it is my encouragement to do more, to work harder. It is determination of my being, my health. It is to stimulate my happiness, freedom, enjoyment and full of expression.  It is a sexy color. It is playful and full of creativity. It is fast moving, strong character. It is my deep aura of willingness to appreciate unseen, to be part of the seen things.

About the image above: The city on the move
About the image above: an entrance at Banteay Kdei
About the image above: Dancing apsara
About the image above: Dancers to make up themselves
About the image above: Figure of ruin
About the image above: Buddha statue
About the image above: City of Phnom Penh at night
About the image above: Balinese legong dancers
About the image above: False door of Angkor
About the image above: Beautiful carving at Angkor complex
About the image above: A 'gajah-mina' (a elephant-fish) sarcophage
during cremation in Bali

My Deep Blue Colour Tone
If the sky is clear and you will see blue sky. It is very wide space with no limit.  It is deep. It is unthinkable. The color of deep blue sea, it is stable, trust, and relax color of personality, my deep thought of higher ground. Appreciation of words of wisdom, it is my intelligence.

It is a color of faith, meditation, deep meditation, my holy chant prayers, it is believe in truth, and it is life after life.

It is a spiritual color.



About the image above: City on the move

About the image above: an entrance at Banteay Kdei
About the image above: Dancing apsara
About the image above: Dancers to make up themselves
About the image above: Figure of ruin
About the image above: Buddha statue
About the image above: City of Phnom Penh at night

About the image above: Balinese legong dancers
About the image above: False door of Angkor

About the image above: Beautiful carving at Angkor complex

About the image above: A 'gajah-mina' (a elephant-fish) sarcophage
during cremation in Bali








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