Jaipur is often called the pink city in reference to its distinctly coloured buildings, which were originally painted this color to imitate the red sandstone architecture of Mughal cities.
However in this small backstreet I liked the multi coloured façades of these buildings.
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rbassin (24343) 2014-07-18 0:25
c'est bien observé, cette photo est superbe;
Les détails sont intéressants et les teintes sont originales et agréables, une belle découverte.
macjake (73063) 2014-07-18 9:47
i'm so jealous, but also happy for you.
Its a dream to visit India at some point, hopefully soon than later.
the large door is the fain focus here, but i also like the green colored door in the bg.
love the textures and roughness of the walls, on the large door too.
excellent exposure and lighting.
nice subject all around
lousat (98389) 2014-07-18 9:59
Hi Wanda,really beautiful this geometric composition made by these old indian doors,not only pink,but blue and green too,i like your solution looking for the detail,perfect colors and exposure too.Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
jjcordier (79297) 2014-07-18 22:55
Superbe cadrage exploitant le graphisme et les couleurs des lieux.
marabu61 (11331) 2014-07-19 6:55
This is a very attractive little corner that you have found yourself in Jaipur indeed. The combination of all the green, blue and red pastels are simply gorgeous. But how on earth did you find a place in Jaipur without any people in in it ...?
willperrett (11918) 2014-07-20 3:04
Yes, this is an excercise in pastel colour contrast. Very well seen and framed. Apart from the colours, which define the photograph, I'm also intrigued by the elaborate hinges, locks and bolts on the central door. Great image.
gildasjan (43824) 2015-09-08 9:43
Cet assemblage de couleurs est délicat et harmonieux.Ce rendu des couleurs est très photogénique.
- Copyright: Wanda van den Hogen (Wanda1) (15142)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-02-01
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 5D, Canon 28-105mm F/3.5-4.5 USM, RAW
- Exposure: f/4, 1/200 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-07-18 0:15