Well the moment I see blue, my fingers start fluttering and I cannot resist.
This place is the peak of the famous Junagarh Fort, exlusively for the King and his queen ,where they would come in the evening and relax.
From here you can view the whole of the Bikaner city.
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agbonavita (0) 2006-10-27 7:24
As the sky of my photo we have today a blue thing in common! :D
Nice architecture of the blue wall from the fort, but if is exclusively to the king and queen what are you doing there?
did you take a panoramic photo of Bikaner form there?
PS: did you like the link with the photo I sent to you?
snunney (80577) 2006-10-27 8:10
This is a fascinating photograph with the sharp contrast beeteen the azure blue tiles and the red stone of the fort. Excellent perspective and pov. Pity the sky couldn't have been a bit bluer. TFS.
cunejo200 (7281) 2006-10-27 8:22
Love this composition. Bright blue provides good contrast to the brown building to the right. Tech details are quite commendable my friend. Have a good w/e. Danilo
isabela_sor (47557) 2006-10-27 9:37
I remember very well this picture,Rajeev.
Great capture and study in architecture and colors. The framing is excellent and you have brought out the details of the scene very well with this special POV
A nice week end
chanjits (4454) 2006-10-27 20:44
I think this is reposted by you, again same comments marvelous contrast of blue and dark pink.
prezntime (3946) 2006-10-27 21:57
I like the mirroring of the close blue building with the tower in the distance. It is a wonderful contrast to the browns and tans of the other walls. Good job with the exposure of the sky as well. It still retains some very subtle colors. Good simple architecture shot friend.
Iuli (838) 2006-10-27 22:58
Beautiful blue, Rajeev!
The first time I saw this I only noticed the blue color. I love blue, too. What is that blue stuff? Is it tile? I see the reflexion of that overhanging roof edge and it looks like polished marble.
Very nice POV and composition.
aadilj (18102) 2006-10-28 1:32
This blue is making me feel multi-coloured Rajeev. Nice job.
leo61 (0) 2006-10-28 3:07
Verry good colorcontrast in this nice photo.
Good composition with the nice blue facade in the foreground and the repetition of blue at the tower in the distance.Good POV and nice perspective.
shahzzam (217) 2006-10-28 3:16
Excellent composition, and great bold colors. Love all the detail that I see in this shot too! Great effort Rajeev.
partha (14020) 2006-10-28 5:37
Good architectural view. The perspective looks good. The composition and the colourtone is eyepleasing.
archayati (0) 2006-10-28 9:24
Very nice compo.Excellent colour and details.Regards.
indoka28 (5237) 2006-10-28 9:53
Great shot for Isabela..!!! Blue rules..The architenture and the colour of the foreground anf back ground looks amazing...!!!!.
Really great composition even though I feel There should have been a lonely figure on the roof in the background..that would have given depth to the shot...giving a wild wild WS..check it out and let me know what all you see in the WS.
Love and respect always,
hitesh (594) 2006-10-28 10:14
Blue is also my fevourite colour and you captured this shot perfectly.Well managed day light gives sharpness to the shot and details are visible bit by bit.
devimeuxbe (58557) 2006-10-28 15:37
I remember excatly this POv and this place. The blue and red contrast is strong here. I also shot and it was a nice time to be there.
I like your choise of POV. Probably the best.
Have a nice week end
Graal (95974) 2006-10-29 1:48
fine composition, interesting architecture and pleasant palette of colours. I like it.
MIG13 (0) 2006-12-30 16:58
A very nice pic, Rajeev, full of colour, contrast and beauty! Time to wish you a Happy New Year, with many trips and pics! Greetings from Rio! Miguel.
ikas (593) 2008-06-18 2:19
This is very beautiful shot, this window is great art work. I love these traditional old fashioned buildingd. You know how to compose nice photo.
- Copyright: Rajeev Moudgil (goodwill) (4224)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-00-00
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon Power shot A-420, CANON ZOOMLENS 3.2X 5.4-17.3MM 1:2.8-5.1
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): my favorites... [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-10-27 7:15