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Pranali 05-Apr-2011 10:41
great pictures dude.....while seeing thoes snaps i feel like i am present their for amovement i feel so fresh...great photography....and off corse great salute to the painter of the nature of course god,who made kerala such beutifull place...your snaps are really shows it's god's own country.
Manoj 08-Oct-2010 15:29
Good pics. When did you take that pictures of river. I know that this is taken from the bridge believe some time in 1999-2000. Now the river is in a different shape and view :-((

(Manoj from chennai
shamin rasheed 17-Apr-2010 19:41
i have more good ponmudi heair pincarv,hill photos becose my home&i am leving in under the ponmudi hill[vithura,kallar] so do you need eanye help?way u dont take goldenvally,seetha kullam & kurishadi waterfalls
suseelan.P 25-Aug-2008 11:32
A new a/c houseboat launched in kappil lake.Eventhough the management is not proffessional the crew is good and we can get local fresh karimeen and taste food and the capt thyagarajan is a wonderfull man.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:51
Your photos are good. I'll be back.
K. Satheesh Kumar12-Jan-2007 04:34
Thank you Laxmi for your comments
©Lux10-Jan-2007 06:07
Hi Satheesh,

Excellent pictures & colorful galleries !
Your galleries are a feast to the eyes !
Best Regards,

véronique bouldé 19-Apr-2006 10:31
hello satheesh,

We had met one morning at the school of the fine arts of Mysore.It will make
3 years ago.We were 2 French artists plastics technicians and spoke English
very badly. We had taken photographs of your works at the school .Did you obtain your
diplomas and work being maintained? I would wish to present my work. You can
see it with the following address:

Our address: Dominique Chabot and Veronique Bouldé

44, the plessis cosson- 85140 Essarts- France

Phone: 0251629981


Send to us a few informations of your work and your friend,Reghu.

With soon

Dominique Chabot and Véronique Bouldé from France
K. Satheesh Kumar30-Nov-2005 11:47
Thank you, Sreeja for your comments. The place in '3089' is Pohang (POSTECH campus), Korea.
Sreeja Pillai 29-Nov-2005 22:41
Hello Sir,
I was searching on the net for Kerala photos and I came across your gallery. I must say this is one of the finest ways Kerala has been captured. Kerala, by itself, is so beautiful, but your photographs have added that extra something to truly to call it 'God's own Country'. I visited your other galleries also and one photo that caught my attention, especially for the lighting effect, was in the Landscape section - 3089. I was curious to know which place is that.

I have never doen photography in my life, but you photos have really inspired me to think over this beautiful art. Once again Cheers to your work!
K. Satheesh Kumar21-Nov-2005 04:20
Thank you, Jae-Hyung.
Jae-Hyung 21-Nov-2005 02:59
Yeah! This is the place you put on your photos. I guess you are gradually becoming a professional photographer! Now time to have a lunch, I'm going down^^.
james200204-Nov-2005 19:50
Thanks Satheesh for visiting my galleries and taking the time to leave a comment. I especially like your flower gallery. Cheers.
K. Satheesh Kumar04-Nov-2005 15:46
Thank you, Micky.
MICKY 04-Nov-2005 06:36
Three cheers for your efforts.
Many many appreciations.
Keep it up the same spirit for all your new ventures. I love photography because it provides the opportunity for one to capture a freeze frame of the movie of life. The colors, shapes and lines of this world take on new meanings and evoke new interpretations; photos capture the beauty of a moment in time for an eternity, allowing us to gain an intimate glimpse into our world and reanalyze the everday images that we encounter. Photographs illustrate the intricate details in life often overlooked... the wrinkles in an old man's skin, the symmetry of a flower tendil, or the distinct patterns within a single leaf. They allow us to examine the intricacies of life, to reexamine the small parts which make up the whole. If we look hard enough, within photographs we can see the face of God. Why Photography for the Blind? I feel that these photos capture the everyday things of life that we pass by, yet don't take time to notice. I hope that within these pictures, we can find a part of ourselves.

"In the future everyone will be famous for fifteen seconds."
-Michael Furlong
In making the most of India's greatest natural resource...its people.
I spend a lot of my time exploring out of the way villages
and the obscure corners of city...looking for whatever catches my eye.
The photographer for the most part is welcome to shoot freely....
also to enjoy the diverse cultural wealth and gracious hospitality of its people.
Economic poverty is unfortunately ever present...and yet the human spirit prevails.
It is that quality that I seek to find and likewise discover in myself. Beinig an Indian you can proud of it. I wish If you get any chance to visit Mauritus pls do it.You can explore many things also I suggest you to get some the real life of Korean villages - pls

Rathika Ramasamy13-Aug-2005 02:52
Hi Satheesh
Thanks for stopping my Birds Gallery.
Wishing you Happy Independence day !