Amit ji, So beautiful view and photography
Thank you Rupam:)
Lovely colourROG, ABCW
Thank you Roger:)
Beautiful work Amit!!
Thank you Deepak:)
Thank you Datta:)
what beautiful pictures , the second one looks awesome old building Bikram
Thank you Bikram for a different opinion:) Most friends have liked the first one:) Glad the second one hasn't gone unnoticed:):)
Yes, wonderful photos, I really like, I especially love the first, like a poem!
Thank you Leovi for finding it poetic:)
Loved the first image very well done :-)
Thank you Paresh:)
These are beautiful sepia photographs. Great S word. Carver, ABCW-Team
Thank you Carver:)
Beautiful and mysterious! Especially the first one hides a secret.Wil, ABCW Team.
Thank you Wil, for finding it mysterious too:)
Looks Spooky! :)
..the second one? ok,yes! Thank you Indrani:)
Loved the focus on the boat and the picture of the palace..lovely pictures..
Thank you Ranita:)
Beautiful Sepia pictures :)
Thank you Renu:)
Thank you Linda:)
Thank you Prasad:)
Love sepia and your photos are sensational.Leslieabcw team
Thank you Leslie:)
Splendid sepia photography!!Ann
Thank you Ann:)
Oh my oh myTo knw beautyYou need the eyeAnd that you have Amit jiSplendid capture.Loved it.
Thank you Anupam:) Loved your poem:)
Wow! that's really beautiful! :)
Thank you Parul:)
absolutely fabulous pics Amitji
Thank you Rajni:)
Thank you Shayar:)
These photos are Stunning!
Thank you Cristina:)
Thank you Maniparna:)
Great and expansive view of the first pic. The 'sangam of elements'.
Great title:) Thank you Uppal:)
Thank you Rajesh:)
Cool Amitji :)
Thank you Anita:)
i like the angle of the photograph... and in sepia it give the whole pic a old world charm! nice!
Thank you Shubhangi:)
Thank you Jaleela:)
Lovely experiments, Amit. The first pic looks like a painting and the second looks ready for a history book. :) (btw what building is that?)
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..
Lovely clicks, Sir.
Thank you Saru:)