A great photo.Happy new year.Mormor
Thank you Mormor:)Same to you!
Great photo!Happy New Year!
Thank you Robert:)Same to you!
may be not a great place but a great pic! :)
Thank you Tina:)
Nice B&W post, great composition!
Thank you Hans:)
Thank you very much for visiting my blog. I searched the web for the Cellular Jail... .Fortunately enough, it is no longer in use... Black and white is perfect for such a place.
Thank you Marie:)
Exquisite composition, beautifullights, gorgeous photo. But I would not want to live there.
Thank you Leovi:)May you never live in such a place..God bless you!
Great capture and a great reminder to behave and not get into trouble!! The B&W is definitely perfect for the shot! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend, Amit!!
Thank you Sylvia for your love:)Have a great time:)
Wonderful b&w photo which draws viewers in. Great control of light and shadow. Fine to look at, but wouldn't like to be confined here. Thank you for the post.
May you never be confined anywhere..God bless you!Thank you for appreciating the nuances, TFG:)
beautiful composition Amit...not such a wonderful place to be if locked up however.
Thankfully it's no more in use, and has been developed into a National Memorial as a tribute to Indian freedom fighters.Thank you Laura:)
An excellent image...nice work!
Thank you Swfraser:)
Thank you Shoshana:)
Oh so this is the most dreaded jail of British Raj! beautiful pic...waiting for more!
Thank you Meenakshi:) more are coming your way:) please keep watching:)
One wonders who all must have walked these corridors--it is searing.They did it for us.
Yes, they paid the price for what we are using, misusing and abusing:(I salute our real heroes, the freedom fighters!!
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The least place to stay but one of the most beautiful shot among the weekend B&W entries!Have a wonderful Sunday.Yoshi
Thank you Yoshi for your kind appreciation:)Have a nice time:)
I liek the shades of grey and the straight lines here in this old cellular jail.
Thank you for going into the details of greys and lines, and liking it!
Great composition. Fine photo.
Thank you Dragonstar:)
Thank you Kailash:)
Ohh...they let people see inside?
Yes! It's a National Memorial and open to visitors, with guide facility, and cameras at a nominal charge!You're welcome to see more insides through my forthcoming posts:) Thank you Latha:)
Beautifully taken. Good combination of light and shadows :-)
Thank you Puru for appreciating:)
Thank you Akanksha:)
Hmmm...old world. SOmetime you can smell few buildings.
Yes we can! Thank you Ekta:)
Mmm! Saat mein poetry nahin Amit-saab?
Arrey sir yeh tasweer khud ek dard bhari daastan hi toh hai!Thanks a lot for looking forward to my poetry:)
I am bad at appreciating visuals - at least I do better with Hindi poetry :)
At your command boss!http//amitaag.blogspot.in/2012/12/blog-post_30.htmlThanks again, Suresh:)
Gosto da arquitetura e da atmosfera misteriosa. Um abraço!
Sim, o mistério envolve cada bit desta cadeia!Obrigado abraços Vane ... :)
Nicely shot.... One should at list visit these places often to respect our freedom fighters.... http://debnature.blogspot.in
Right!Thank you Debopam:)
Thank you Vishal:)
Andaman , first time got a glimpse of so talked about cellular jail , thanx fr sharing amit ..
The pleasure is all mine, Alka:)Plz keep visiting for more:)
We should definitely go there some time. Lovely shot.
Yes, it is almost a pilgrimage!Thank you Shovonc:)
Very nice composition, your photographs keep on inspiring me to hit the Andamans as early as possible
Thank you Arnab:)Looking forward to enjoying it again through your posts:)
Yes, it is so even now!Thank you Bikram:)
Ah! all that I missed when my trip to Andaman got cancelled. Thank you Amit for these sights. :)
The pleasure is all mine Divya:)There are more coming up...Thank you for your patronage:)
Nice shot, Amit! Rows of notorious cells are haunted by the true stories of ruthless tortures....
So true! Thank you Panchali:)
Great shot! Interesting angles and contrasts.
Thank you Prairie:)
Nice shot!Please visithttp://seasonsali.blogspot.in/2011/01/why-would-you-want-to-go-to-prison.htmlWhy would you want to go to prison?
Thank you sir! I'll be there soon:)
Thank you Arumugam:)
eerie ! how did you feel inside the jail ? btw great shot !
I felt sorry for those who spent their youth there, and I felt sorry for those too who are abusing their martyrdom...Thank you Tangy:)
Great capture Amit Jee..Happy new year..:-)
Thank you Nagini:) Same to you:)
You are too good with Camera as well... May be some Poetry if it comes to you related to this image...? Nicely captured.
Thank you Shesha!Since you've been there too yourself very recently, you'd agree that the jail and the stories related to it were very depressing and painful! I was perhaps too dumbstruck to be able to write...
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