|Finding Order in Randomness|
In our daily life, we see various likable design patterns formed by the nature, unconsciously we like these patterns: there are some proportions, combinations, colour schemes etc. that will be applied which gives the good feeling when we see them. I felt the same way when I saw the pattern being formed on my car windshield and giving a magical view and excited me to look at it. The best part is from this raindrop pattern, opposite light was trying to reach me and representing the abstract feeling when I saw them.
What made me shoot this:
The image was a reminder of Nikhat Parveen's quote in the article 'Fibonacci in Nature' that says, "In the seeming randomness of the natural world, we can find many instances of mathematical order."
The raindrops on my window were illuminated by a bright light from the side creating this magical moment. I had to simply compose it in a way that did it justice.
Shot with: iPhone 5c
ISO, Shutter speed & Aperture:
ISO: 800 (As per details in windows explore)
Aperture: F/2.4 (As per details in windows explore)
Shutter Speed: 1/15 Sec. (As per details in windows explore)
P.S: I got an honourable mention in Better Photography magazine, October 2014 Issue.