The Rameshwaram (South India) Ramanatha Swamy Temple corridor. The masterpiece of Dravidian architecture boasts of the largest temple corridor in India. The 1220 metres of magnificent corridors and the flamboyant columns embellish and render fame to the temple.
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elihesamian (26149) 2005-11-13 13:43
What a place you show us with this strong perspective!
a pity about quality,although I think you can capture this very well than this,maybe with use of a tripod,attention to focus,to aviod from "red date" !,...surely You can captured it again,if the pplace is near to your home;)
Hope you don't mind about 1 point!
All the Best
bnallama (3763) 2005-12-28 14:21
Yes the blur and the date is a pity but it a lovely perspective that you are giveng us.. you get my two cents for the note and the idea. TFS bala
lakshmi (577) 2006-01-19 13:09
I will have to agree with Mohammad. The diminishing perspective is absolutely wonderful and symmetrical too. I really wish it was in focus. I hope you could go there and shoot this once more ...TFS:)
cherubin (1971) 2006-02-04 11:16
althought it is not very clear, i found it a good idea. colours are grate! and ,of course, the date is not a good element.
expecting the new shot...!
Jeppe (18654) 2006-02-15 13:14
A fine and different use of this classical motif - I agree with workshop - but you idea works good - nicely spotted and captured.
rajhema (1873) 2006-03-21 14:02
I wanted to ask our TE members for this picture. Yours is not very clear however, the classic of the ancient architecture and its richness should be told to others. Good to bring this one Siva. I want more pictures from you. I saw your "PAMBAN" bridge also. I went on that when I was less then 10 years old and waguely remember it.