This is the mausoleum of a nawab of Junagadh (staircase posted yesterday). It is an example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was completed in 1892.
YOu can just wander around there for free, and you are virtually on your own, the place seems deserted.
There is a mosque next door with the same style.
Critiques | Translate
asajernigan (20426) 2006-12-02 23:34
This is a very nice photo with excellent color and lighting. I like your perspective and POV.
robertosalguero (246) 2006-12-02 23:34
Hello Wanda. This mausoleum is beautiful. I love the details on the walls and the perspective used to get this nice shot. I can only wonder how long it took for this place to be built. Cheers.
etiennejr (1022) 2006-12-02 23:42
Gujarat is just a magic place. I loved travelling there.
You got a good shot of this nice piece of architecture. Good sharpness and exposure.
berek (33613) 2006-12-03 1:55
beautiful architecture . good composition and colors. have a nice day.
my overall evaluation -> ***
deblink (2548) 2006-12-03 2:53
What an amazing piece of architecture. Your sharp photo helps display some of the finer features. Thank you for sharing.
Gustaw (21670) 2006-12-03 6:24
Next very interesting photo in your colection. Very interesting old architecture. Good composition. Nice colours and light. I like old architecture is beter than modern architecture.
UnTrained (0) 2006-12-03 6:46
very interesting building with a lot of details visible. Well captured.
atus (15838) 2006-12-03 13:16
very well captured shot from a perfect frontal pov. Great sharpness and well visible details. Good light control and nice colours. Well done!
Tfs and best wishes.
Silvio1953 (116035) 2006-12-03 15:03
Hi wanda an other great photo of a splendid architecture, well done, ciao Silvio
vincz (19099) 2006-12-04 5:08
Very interesting monument again. You got very good light allowing to get excellent details. Well done.
Cretense (68685) 2006-12-04 5:34
Great architecture photo! Beautiful colours and excellent contrast! So many details to see in the beautiuful and very representative building. Congratulations!
stego (22866) 2006-12-07 23:59
Very nice capture of that wonderful construction which "so Indian", showing with detail all those decorations.
Although I know nothing about architecture, are you sure it hasn't some victorian or neo-gothic influences also?
TFS, Cheers, Jose