~~A dedication for "Isabela Sorescu", Who love my country (India)~~
HUMAYUN'S TOMB is a complex of buildings of Mughal architecture located in Nizamuddin East, New Delhi.In time of Slave Dynasty this land was under the KiloKheri Fort which was capital of Sultan Kequbad S/o Nasiruddin(1268-1287 AD). It encompasses the main tomb of the Emperor Humayun as well as numerous others. The complex is a World Heritage Site and the first example of this type of Mughal architecture in India. This style of mausoleum was the same that created the Taj Mahal in Agra.
* This is a panoromic picture (Click on Image to large View), Combine with 3 shots. Taken without tripod.
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orme (7215) 2007-03-23 2:09
This is an excellent architectural shot, Rajiv, and in addition you have managed to capture the tranquility of the place too. Nice use of the panoramic function. Great colours. Well done.
nirajsinha (857) 2007-03-23 2:21
Again a nice historical shot. I like the POV and DOF. very nice panoramic view. Great work done.
aadilj (18102) 2007-03-23 2:34
Okay rajeev, now we seem to be visiting the same places! But this is a nice angle and a nice shot, something I have not been able to manage all this while though i wanted to. good colours and tones and lovely showcasing of the monument.
dhurjati (2709) 2007-03-23 2:58
Superb shot!!Excellent crop and nice angle of shooting!!The panorama effect works to perfection here.The colour is gorgeous.This is some shot of which we Indians also can be proud of!!
ramesh_lalwani (3211) 2007-03-23 3:24
Congrats for posting this Panaroma.Perfect stiching.I am surpised that you have managed to get this without tripod.
gilou530 (34) 2007-03-23 18:26
une belle prise de vue avec cette belle perspective de l'allée qui nous guide vers le palais, belle version large
leo61 (0) 2007-03-23 18:32
Great shot and large post,well composed with the diagonal of this red track,leading the eyes to this impressive building.Amazing sharpness and good details at this interesting architecture.Contrast is great too.
Greetings from cold Germany ,Leo
isabela_sor (47744) 2007-03-24 4:45
Now tell me if I wasn't right about that old frame?:)Thanks a lot for this dedication,Rajiv.I repeat ...an excellent picture with a great note too
partha (14020) 2007-03-24 5:13
A perfect architecture. U have used the foreground wonderfully. Good clarity and nice expousure control as well.
anes_lc (14968) 2007-03-24 5:52
beautiful picture,the place is amazing.perfect quality
dedicate to my sister :) is normal that i like it
tonyking (1612) 2007-03-25 5:59
This is a nice pic with good colours and light. You also did a reasonably good job of stitching the photos together, although one of the joins is a little bit obvious. I've never successfully done that before but I do have some idea of how difficult it might be. It would be interesting to see how this pic might look if it was taken with a very wide angle lens and then cropped.
riclopes (35577) 2007-03-26 12:17
Olá Rajiv, the large version is wonderful and the architecture is fascinating as so many great examples in India. This one reminds me a bit the FATEHPUR SIKRI complex. The presentation is excellent and I love the contrast bettween the complementar green and red. Good leading lines. Strangely, it looks rather empty of visitors. A calm place it looks, indeed.
fayeulle (27827) 2007-04-12 12:15
Vert nice pano especially the large version
Nice colors good framing with the diagonal effect of the path.
Angshu (56568) 2007-04-16 3:35
Marvellous view of the grand tomb. The POV is exquisite & you had done a great job with the pano format. The large version is superb! I got very harsh light when I went there last month. Now that I'm moving to Delhi, hope to catch up with you & get such great shots
saigon (6443) 2007-04-16 7:31
good composition !
Filko (1134) 2007-04-16 9:19
Very nice landscape picture..and the colurs are very bright...
Well done Rajiv ;-))
angelsimon (2466) 2007-04-18 20:19
How are you friend? I like this panoramic. it is well worked and the union of three photos is well done. I ask you: How have you done to upload it and to get a largest view makig a click? I need to know it to upload a photo. Regards friend.
imrek (4) 2007-04-23 2:20
It' s a beautyful place and you are choosen good angle for show this beauty for as ... superb colouring and the panorama format works soo well here...nice work!!!
deud (1920) 2007-04-23 3:08
great place. very well composed. great architecture. tfs
sfsepehr (137) 2007-04-26 12:48
Woooow, marvelous panorama, fantastic. Congratulations for such a perfect panorama. Actually, everything's perfect in the photo: POV, composition, lithing & colours.
What a marvelous place, too. Rajiv, I love your country India very much, too. I believe India is the heaven of photographers. I've visited Mumbai, Goa & Pune a few mounths ago & taken some photos that I love (some of them are available here in TE). I'll go to India again very soon to visit New Delhi & Agra. Now, I know where is one of the places that I MUST go in addition to Taj Mahal, Agra. It's Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi.
prumod (8300) 2007-05-01 9:08
this is ice capture of historic building... beautiful colors and i like the frame very much... TE size restrictions not allowing to see the full beauty of your shot!
michaelalvarezp (169) 2007-05-01 9:13
Really impressive photo.. nice contrast of colors.. good job.
thanks for share,
AiresSantos (56155) 2007-05-02 3:32
Great panoramic picture, Rajiv !
Excellent perspective of this nice building.
Lovely dedication to our friend Isabela Sorescu.
Very good colours and PP work
Have a nice week
lilimih33 (9918) 2007-05-10 7:16
Nice perspective and very beautiful colours!
japiey (10163) 2007-05-16 8:57
Above all those fantastic writings, I have only little words for you...
"an admirable image"...
Thank you, dear friend..
RADEEH (2802) 2007-05-31 10:18
Amazing view of this magnificient architect.The contrast you have brought in to this frame is magical.
Tell me how this large format link added to this.
zips (1958) 2007-06-28 5:43
A nice shot that looks as if it is a commercial piece. It would look good as a postcard or in a travel magazine.
apucci (1020) 2008-02-08 7:32
an impressive shot!
I like very much your POV and colors. Fanstastic perspective as well.
pushpinder (201) 2008-03-18 5:06
like the greenery, the pano crop, the compo, everything.........
very nice indeed!!
emmanuil (62) 2008-03-29 3:49
thenks for critique.
very nise postret and colors
your frend eMManuiL