مسجد جامع - برای ثبت در میراث جهانی یونسکو - قاین
Hello dear friends , members and visitors,
Another picture from Masjid-Jamah , For recording in UNESCO ̓s World Heritage List,
Here ,another view of this old Mosque ,
Also , in down of picture , we can see as well , the Sunny Clock (Solar Clock),which shows Times for Praying by means of Metallic Blade and its Shade, shadow
which is made and shown on the Circle on top of the Cement instrument ,please pay attention,do you see ?
However this method is less used , and like other places in the world used usual clocks to announce (by saying Azan) the Times of daily Prayers(Salat , Namaz),
Hope you like and enjoy this work, **
Thank you for viewing !
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daddo (22372) 2014-04-10 20:18
Salam Omid. I see that you are still leaning towards the left. You need to make a conscious decision every time you take a photo.Good exposure and details. Best wishes. Klaudio.
serp2000 (37513) 2014-04-10 21:40
Good morning, Omid,
Good idea for a frame, I usually try to find similar objects for framing of background. Well seen. Good presentation of the ancient architecture. TFS!
Greetings from California! I have met here a lot of people, as they say, "from Persia".
jurek1951 (40949) 2014-04-10 22:16
a very spectacular photo of this famous place, the composition is superb, great lights and superb details,
sar (34) 2014-04-11 0:16
Ancient but modern mosque (bcz of sunny clock)and so beautiful mosque
thank you for sharing
jhm (134540) 2014-04-11 1:51
You use perfect the arch as frame to your excellent picture to see.
Also a nice perspective picture through the perfect angle, the road bringt us through gate to the Mosque.
Excellent composition, soft of colours nice presentation too.
Very well done, TFS.
Enjoy the day ahead,
Noel_Byrne (20169) 2014-04-11 13:41
Great framing of this scene with the arch, and I love how the top reaches right to the edge of the frame. Taken on a bright and beautiful day, the light has brought the very best out in this place, as has your photo! Thanks as always for sharing.
ChrisJ (94510) 2014-04-11 15:46
A good rule of thumb for most wide angled shots with a little or even a lot of lens barrel distortion is to place the verticals centrally and watch the horizon. Don't try to level a vertical, against either the far left or far right. thus: / | \ or \ | /
I like how you've framed the courtyard using the arch. Tfs!
jcpix (11058) 2014-04-11 16:26
An enjoyable secondary view of the mosque, and a great concept to use the frame-within-a-frame. The natural arch in the foreground helps to increase the perception of depth as a whole, and also fill some of the open space in the sky while creating contrast. Oncce again bright, focused and well envisioned. Enjoy the weekend. All the best.
COSTANTINO (50756) 2014-04-11 22:30
the beauty in this shot is the capture
from another i nteresting poin t of view
creating a different framing
really this black framing makes the difference
Silvio1953 (115213) 2014-04-12 4:32
Ciao Pmod, lovely composition with nice natural frame on beautiful mosque, wonderful colors and splendid light, very well done my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
abmdsudi (38884) 2014-05-31 19:00
Lovely viewpoint seeing thru the arch is a great idea to explore the mosque further down. It's colourful sight full of intriguing elements with the eye catching architecture ensure focus is settled there. The sundial adds the extra interest too, a beautiful moment well shot blessed by the brilliant light. Excellent capture, TFS