Somnatheshwar temple, (dedicated to lord Shiva) in Kolar, Karnataka Inda was costurcted in 14th century. This temple stands as a fine example of Vijanagara style. It is adorned with many finely carved statues of Gods and Goddesses. Presenting photograph of one such Goddess adorning the temple entrance.
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CPD66 (758) 2013-09-25 5:02
Welcome to TE and your first points.
interesting lighting of the subject i am guessing it is spot lighted out of shot.
good detail in the shot and well framed.
good first posting,
pajaran (41759) 2013-09-25 6:09
Interesantan tekst o hramu ...
Lep pogled na skulpturu boginje ...
Dobar rad, lepo pokazana skulptura.
Lepa skulptura boginje.
Snimajte sa blendom f-11 i 16.
Dobro dosli na TE, sve najbolje u daljem radu.
An interesting article about the temple ...
Nice view of the statue of the goddess ...
Good work, beautiful sculptures shown.
Beautiful sculpture of the goddess.
Shoot from the aperture f-11 and 16
Welcome to TE, all the best in their future work.
elenimavrandoni (9965) 2013-09-26 20:21
Shailesh, a very beautiful carved statue from a very historical and meaningful temple, great color and perfect light!
thanks for sharing
Silvio1953 (105599) 2013-10-03 11:34
Ciao Shailesh, great view of lovely sculpture, fantastic light and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
grebe1 (302) 2013-10-08 18:33
Thanks for the kind words.
This shot reminds me of the Apsara dancers in Siem Reap/Angkor Wat. Great colour, depth of field and exposure.
Keep on clicking.
NorthernLight (1163) 2013-10-15 7:23
photographers are also painters. They are painting with light.
Among us there are talented artists, but also craftsmen who represent more substantive things.
Another group are the magicians who can capture a very special atmosphere. You're one of them.
Also this picture shows your skills very beautiful!
Have a nice day