Pillars and Arches!

Posted by on Mar 6, 2012 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 0 comments

Pillars and Arches!

Entry-way arches and pillars of old castles carry so many stories – relayed and untold… The mystery that surrounds of the lives that were – just makes me want to remain here and go back in time to experience the times… Here on the left, I captured the entrance arches of a section of a castle inside the red fort.   The second image, is that of the long hallway inside the area surrounding the wonderous Taj Mahal! [Shot at Agra, India]   The long hallway inside the area surrounding the wonderous Taj Mahal in Sepia! [Shot at Agra,...

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HumayunsTomb

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HumayunsTomb

Old architecture in the capital of India is full of tombs and castles.  Humayun – the father of Akbar, a Mughal Emperor who made quite an impact on the history of India is laid to rest in one such structure known as Humayun’s Tomb.   I captured this entryway into the tomb’s building. The entire area is adorned with lush green gardens. I loved capturing the symmetry in this image, that these structures are so famous for!   [Shot at Delhi,...

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Castle Pillars

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Castle Pillars

More Castle pillars.. One  can only imagine the princes and princesses that lived in these castles.. Centuries ago, these castles were adorned by jewels and gold.  I shot this at one of the forts inside the complex of the Red Fort in the capital city of Delhi, India.   [Shot at Delhi,...

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KutubMinar

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KutubMinar

Tall structures?! Try built in the 12th Century! This is the tallest structures built of red sandstone and stands over 200 ft tall..  To this day it still stands tall. Numerous repairs have been made to the structure, and I had the pleasure of visiting on warm balmy Delhi summer days.   [Shot at Delhi,...

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Old Castles

Posted by on Nov 24, 2011 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 0 comments

Old Castles

Corridors in old castles are mysterious and hold many untold stories… Such is this corridor that I found, on a recent trip to Delhi (India)… This is a castle of the King Akbar and it houses several such mysterious hallways.. Of course back in the day, these were adorned with jewels and gold trimmings, yet today it stands a testament to the King and his stories, and basks in the charms of the years gone by!   [Shot in Agra,...

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Manhattan Skyline

Posted by on Oct 23, 2011 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 2 comments

Manhattan Skyline

[Show as slideshow] On a summer evening in August, from across the Hudson, the Manhattan skyline presents such wonderous images… this skyline has been immortalized by its glow in a series of such pictures taken on the same...

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GM Building, Detroit

Posted by on Oct 22, 2011 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 0 comments

GM Building, Detroit

A Sleepy Saturday afternoon in Detroit, near the GM building – which is such a landmark of this great nation; the cluster of buildings around the GM Bldg sort of sits there to elevate the main building. {f14; 1/200; ISO 400}  ...

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Sears Tower, Chicago

Posted by on Oct 22, 2011 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 0 comments

Sears Tower, Chicago

Walking in downtown Chicago on a gray November afternoon; the Sears tower is reaching into the clouds… I wanted to compose this shot just before the rains started… {f5.6; 1/400; ISO...

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Chicago Skyline On A Cold Day

Posted by on Oct 22, 2011 in Cityscapes & Architecture, Featured | 0 comments

Chicago Skyline On A Cold Day

I took this picture while walking in downtown Chicago on a gray November afternoon. {f3.5; 1/200...

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