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Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Sepia



Linked to: ABC Wednesday
'S' is for Sepia


58 comments:

  1. Amit ji, So beautiful view and photography

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  2. what beautiful pictures , the second one looks awesome old building

    Bikram

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    1. Thank you Bikram for a different opinion:) Most friends have liked the first one:) Glad the second one hasn't gone unnoticed:):)

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  3. Yes, wonderful photos, I really like, I especially love the first, like a poem!

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    1. Thank you Leovi for finding it poetic:)

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  4. Loved the first image very well done :-)

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  5. These are beautiful sepia photographs. Great S word. Carver, ABCW-Team

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  6. Beautiful and mysterious! Especially the first one hides a secret.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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    1. Thank you Wil, for finding it mysterious too:)

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    1. ..the second one? ok,yes! Thank you Indrani:)

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  8. Loved the focus on the boat and the picture of the palace..lovely pictures..

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  9. Beautiful Sepia pictures :)

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  10. Love sepia and your photos are sensational.

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  11. Splendid sepia photography!!
    Ann

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  12. Oh my oh my
    To knw beauty
    You need the eye
    And that you have Amit ji


    Splendid capture.

    Loved it.

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    1. Thank you Anupam:) Loved your poem:)

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  13. Wow! that's really beautiful! :)

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  14. absolutely fabulous pics Amitji

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  15. Great and expansive view of the first pic. The 'sangam of elements'.

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    1. Great title:) Thank you Uppal:)

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  16. i like the angle of the photograph... and in sepia it give the whole pic a old world charm! nice!

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  17. Lovely experiments, Amit.
    The first pic looks like a painting and the second looks ready for a history book. :)

    (btw what building is that?)

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    1. Thank you Divya:)
      I couldn't find out what it exactly was, due to shortage of time, but I discovered it on a deserted sea shore in Chorwad, Gujarat, India. Looks like an old palace or Haveli..

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