Unity Unity by Sudipto Sarkar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. It’s wonderful how sometimes small and seemingly insignificant things remind one of things that are important (to him). I saw these bunch of ground nuts drying under the sun during my stay at my uncle’s. The quiet surroundings had me doing nothing other than photographing small beautiful things. I don’t really recall how this made me do a macro, but it did turn out to be appealing to me. For those who have been actively following me, sorry for the delay. I was quite busy the last couple of months, getting a new job and shifting to a new place. But now that I got my Internet, I’ll get back to posting more regularly. And there’s one more bad news – I do not anymore have a camera at my disposal and therefore the next photographs might not date during this time. But do keep following because I have nearly a hundred photographs lying around that I haven’t posted yet. EXIF Info Exposure f/2.7 1/500 sec ISO 80 Date taken 2010:10:21 13:02:38 Camera Canon PowerShot A1100 IS View Unity on flickr lightbox Spread the love Tweet Post navigation Golden dartlet – Ischnura AuroraRain in Cherrapunji 43 Comments nice repetition and, of course, the red color. Reply 🙂 Thanks Otto.. Reply This photo is very well done. the focus was placed perfectly. the different shades of red come into the light to best advantage. Reply I like the macro on this one. It works. Reply very creative composition. impressive closeup, very nicely done Reply Excellent photo! Reply what kind of nuts are they i wonder? it's a very pretty picture!!! Reply I like it very much Reply Yeah, glad you are back! Hope everything goes well for you. And hope you get a camera soon too. Thanks for stopping by letting me know your in action again. I like this red dominant image. Strong color. Reply I like your macro of the nuts drying in the sun VP….you have excelent detail in this photo.Thank you for your visit today….peter:) Reply @Everyone Thank you.. Your appreciation keeps me going.. 🙂 @Eliane They're peanuts.. @Doug Thanks man.. Really needed that.. 🙂 Reply Such gorgeous color in this. Love how the peanuts fill the frame!!! Reply Très beau graphisme on dirait des cacahuètes Reply Beautiful closeup. Nice colour and details ! All the best. Sam 🙂 Reply this is very rich and vibrant. amazing the complex results from a limited color palette. Reply Lovely photo!These ground nuts are so peachy. 😉Hope everything is fine at your new workplace. Reply Wonderful. I love the sharp detail. Reply Oh yes, VP. Often it's the little things lying around that make the best images! You're so right. Reply Well shot, great colour, thanks for your visit. Reply great detail and colorshttp://krikis.aminus3.com Reply Looks yummy Reply This has a lovely color and light to it. Reply Nice DoF and colours! Reply I really like this close shot. A nice red world Reply great framing and focus Reply Your focus centered on the higher nut is perfect in this. Lovely colour too. Wonderful macro. Reply Excellent Detail! Reply nice one and the close-up of the nuts give it a totally different look! Reply they look very different for groundnuts, it's probably your closeup, nice shot Reply such a great shot!!I looove this red! Reply I don't recognize what type of nut this is, but it certainly makes for a beautiful shot! Reply Very nice capture of color and detail! Reply Great colors and the fact that it convey the feeling of hotness and summer. Beautiful tasty pic Reply Wow fantastic macro shot! Reply I don't know what type of nuts these are, but they sure make for a beautiful capture! Great lighting and color. Reply Concentration makes a thing perfect and this image proves that. Reply Hi I was browsing various photography sites and blogs and came across yours. Just thought to let you know that you have a great eye, I do like your pictures and will return to see more. Website: http://www.creativelight.in/ flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/creative_light/ Reply @Piers Thanks… 🙂 Reply Not sure if it's the same, but I grew up in Malaysia and there were lots of dried peanuts sold as snacks. They look similar, and are quite salty. Your photo takes me back to my childhood, of buying peanuts from vendors on bicycles. Reply @Evelyn Yep. It's the very same. Only, the ones you're talking about are fried. These are raw.. 🙂 Reply Great macro ….great lighing….and great looking ground nuts VP…. time well spent on a quiet sunny day….peter:) Reply Thank you Peter… 🙂 Reply Nice Shot! These look really delicious. Peanuts are my favourite 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.