I have got this cute princess in Qutub Minar. While walking through I found her parents trying too hard to make her stand quite for a few seconds to get a decent shot. I was lucky or my Camera made me luck or the parents did the job and I took the advantage. LOL.
I am now laughing at me because going to a monument and instead of getting and the pictures of the splendid monument I am posting this cute girl. Actually I has posted too many gloomy faces and portraits in my previous posts and I think TE deserves a laughing and shining face too. So I hope this post is going to compensate that side.
I have kept the background too in focus just not to loose the stone works in Qutub. I know folks will complain I should have blurred it a bit to bring out my main subject. But at least it proves this image was taken in Qutub. LOL.
I hope you will like my efforts.
Regards and Thanks for Visting
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Ricx (13495) 2010-03-21 5:32
Hi Tushar, I trust that you are well this Sunday. This is a great image of this wonderful princess playing on the strange window / alcove.. Good colour and good focus. Well done and TFS Ricx
belido (19934) 2010-03-21 7:06
lovely little princess. Such a graceful portrait. Perfect framing, nice inclusion of the ancient architecture. I also find her pose a lot natural. Great one!
patdeph (35748) 2010-03-21 13:28
she is really a lovely little girl,and this is a very nice picture!Never mind for the beautiful monument,as we can see a superb part behind the girl,and I like very much like that!For me,this is superb!
Morac (27419) 2010-03-21 16:45
When one brings a beautiful architecture and a beautiful smile that often gives a very beautiful photograph, it's true for this photo.
Thank you to the girl and her parents.
Cricri (100395) 2010-03-22 7:11
Toute mignonne petite fille, ses vêtement rose ajoute une pointe de gaieté aux vieux monument, une photo très jolie a regarder
- Copyright: Tushar Kanti Mandal (tusharkmandal) (3171)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-03-21
- Categories: Architecture, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Nikon D5000, Nikon 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 VR, 52 mm Marumi UV Filter
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/200 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2010-03-21 5:26
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