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Friday, 5 October 2012

Monochrome...cobbled!

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78 comments:

  1. Terrific monochrome capture, Amit!! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

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  2. Awesome capture.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2012/10/05/the-weekend-in-black-and-white-5/

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  3. nice capture sir.

    regards.
    -aakash

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  4. Brilliant monochrome!!

    http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in

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  5. Wow! This is awesome! You're one big talent house!

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  6. Excellent! I see the cobblestones, but I also see a wire grid. Fine optical illusion.

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  7. That is a great capture. Very special.

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  8. Aw, I thought it's a wire fence before. Looks so good in B&W, Amit!
    Thanks for your visit, have a great weekend :)

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  9. interesting pattern for your shot today. :)

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  10. Interesting geometrical pattern. Monochrome makes it even more eye popping!

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  11. Nice. Could be a nice wallpaper on the phone :)

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  12. Interesting picture,at first i thought it was an embroidered fabric.

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    1. Yeah..it looks like one! Thank you Indu:)

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  13. Hmm Now this is interesting , what is it

    Bikram's

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    1. It is a cobbled pathway I discovered on an early morning walk in Nainital. Needless to say it was a road less traveled! Thank you Bikram:)

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  14. I like this very much, you have framed the pattern perfectly.

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  15. What a click Amitji :)
    Awesome I must say, it doesnt look like a photo, more like geometry :D

    Regards,

    Jay
    http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/

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  16. Lovely! Really well composed and clicked.

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  17. Its that lohe ka jaali that a lot of balconies, patios etc are covered with? Good imagination!

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    1. Good imagination:) Thank you Ekta:)

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  18. Oh,October in Nainital is my faivouritist time!I don't know who planted those Chinars, yes Chinars,on the Mall, but they do remind me so much of Kashmir in October. Sigh!

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    1. October in Nainital is great, I haven't been to Kashmir in October though! And yes..the Chinars on the Mall during fall drop lovely green,yellow,rust and brown leaves..a painter's delight!
      Thank you Salaamreaders:) Welcome to my blog, please make it more often:)

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  19. Nice snap....why did i not think of doing similar post.

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    1. Thank you Ramesh:) You're too kind:)

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  20. It has an almost abstract quality to it. Lovely.

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  21. Your photographs are great Amit ji unimaginable by the common mind

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  22. Just saw your collection of B Prabha's paintings ---I too admire her works have tried to copy them many a times on oil paper----hope to post them sometime

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    1. I eagerly look forward to your replicas:)

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  23. Hmm...that looks like a piece of abstract art. Love it. It's perfect.

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  25. Looks beautifully old fashioned.

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  26. beautiful. it's simple yet so edgy.Thanks. Jiya..
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  27. the picture has an old world charm Lovely.

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  28. Very nice capture, you can get it framed and it would beautify any wall.

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  29. This picture shows your quality, awesome click, I would love to have one hanged in my hall :)

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