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Saturday, 26 July 2014

Infinite


Linked to: Geometric Friday#1

You will understand why the two pillars in the foreground are asymmetrical if you look at the shadows carefully. 

74 comments:

  1. This is a great b&w contribution!
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  2. Wow! This is magnificent. :) So beautiful and exactly speaking for the caption.

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  3. Its is beautiful .Please which is this place ? So peaceful and vintage .

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    1. This is Dwarka. Thank you Najm:)

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  4. wonderful perspective!!

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  5. Welcome back! And what a great photo for your return - it goes on forever! Lovely patterns, too.

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  6. One could walk for ever and ever ....
    Great photo.
    Have a nice day.
    Mormor

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  7. nice shot. But I´m not sure I understood the asymetrical note.

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    1. OK, I'll explain: while all other pillars were opposite each other supporting a concrete column overhead, for some strange reason these two in foreground were not like others that is why the right one's shadow is not lying perpendicular to the left one.
      Thank you NF for your interest:)

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  8. Great perspective ... perfect for BW too!

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  9. Nicely captioned, great photo.

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  10. A stunning image...fantastic work!

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  11. The depth of this shot is amazing! It's a fabulous shot!!!

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  12. Great perspective, Amitji.
    Will love to know the place where you have clicked this :)

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    1. This is near Dwarkadhish Temple Anita, thank you:)

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  13. I can feel the sun and would love to sit under the pillars and watch the world pass by!

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    1. Great idea:) I'll join too if you please:) Thank you!

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  14. Awesome.You have something very similar to this in Pondicherry in between the sea.

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    1. I shall be on a look out for the same when I go there next:) Thank you Ankita:)

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  15. Great light and shade effects! Lovely.

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  16. Gorgeous photo in B&W! Great perspective and wonderful shadows!

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  17. Fantastic shot. Great perspective and shadows.

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  18. Pillars, my all time favourite

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    1. Glad to know:) Thank you Datta:)

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  19. Lovely ! Somehow I always felt B&W photographs are more beautiful than the color ones...

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    1. Yes, they are! Thank you Renu:)

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  20. Lovely image. Nice repeated patterns.

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  21. A very nice photo, I like how you've captured those tones so clear, wonderful perspective!

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  22. Oh yes, infinite indeed. A beautiful place, and a beautiful photograph.

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  23. I love this, it's compelling and beautiful! It makes me want to step into the photo and walk the length of it!

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  24. A gorgeous photo! The perspective and the shadows are amazing!

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  25. I love this image...the composition and angular shapes are so interesting. Thank you so much for joining in my first Abstract Friday too:))

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  26. The pleasure is mine:) Thank you Lorik:) Glad you liked:)

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