The Palace of Mysore was once the official residence of the former royal family of Mysore.
Mysore has a number of historic palaces, and is commonly described as the City of Palaces. The palace was commissioned in 1897, and its construction was completed in 1912. It is now one of the most famous tourist attractions in Mysore. The architectural style of the palace is commonly described as Indo-Saracenic, and blends together Hindu, Muslim, Rajput, and Gothic styles of architecture. It is a three-storied stone structure, with marble domes and a 145 ft five-storied tower. The palace is surrounded by a large garden.
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danyy (0) 2012-03-28 4:28
un ciel un peu surexposé et c'est un peu le seul point négatif de cette photo. Tu as désiré bien exposer le premier plan et c'est une bonne idée.
Les couleurs sont vives et séduisantes.
Le palais impressionnant.
jemaflor (74078) 2012-03-28 11:26
Impressive monument welle taken from this pov, nice tones and light, tfs.
bayno (18334) 2012-03-28 14:07
sumptuous palace with beautiful architecture, have been in this place in 85, good colors and POV and excellent sharp...have a good day...
rmajum (1077) 2012-03-29 2:54
This was a good choice to take the palace with the garden as well including the lady standing. The POV enables a wider view of the two angular sides of the palace. Well done.
ChrisJ (91290) 2012-03-29 3:17
The woman in the front of the magnificent temple makes the shot in my view. Good sharpness and attractive pastel colors. I like the diffused light also. Amicalement!
photoray (6690) 2012-03-29 17:41
Interesting positioning to reveal the foreground of flower shrubs, Indian, then the corner shot of the intriguing architecture.
eldancer1 (20824) 2012-03-30 10:31
Wow! What a beautiful and intricate architecture! Great pov and dof with nice details. Wonderful colors. Well done, tfs.
milad_abazari (1648) 2012-03-31 0:18
Architecture is very beautiful. Excellent Very good exposure.
ikeharel (44057) 2012-03-31 8:26
Seeing this grand palace on some photos on TE, but always fascinating with another POV, and you managed a marvelous architecture pic. here.
The place is overwhelming, the scenery has perfect light, good sharpness and saturation.
Cheers, have a nice weekend.
Nard (6915) 2012-03-31 9:36
What a wonderful and impressive palace. The POV is well chosen and light and sharpness on the building are good.
marina7 (7162) 2012-04-10 10:45
what an amazing edifice, the architecture of exceptional beauty. You made it look so graphic in post-processing.I think it's ok for the building to have this kind of a graphic effect but the rose bushes and the woman in the foreground definitely don't need to look so sharp:))
lakshmip1949 (19110) 2012-05-03 13:11
Mysore was one of the best places to live. It has been years since I went to this Place. I come from Bangalore. I miss all these nice spots. This shot is very nicely captured with natural colors. The garden is lovely with beautiful flowers. You captured this one at the right moment when this lady is standing as if posing for your camera. The quality is also very good.
jmdias (48359) 2012-05-16 7:17
it has a very strange style with all these mixed details of architecture. nice this pov showing two façades, nice the presence of the woman in the garden.
PecoBud (3824) 2012-06-14 12:33
What a beautiful palace you have presented here, just gorgeous and with stunning clarity and masterful color and light management. Fantastic angle and POV here, great job Miguel!!
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elenimavrandoni (9965) 2013-06-25 10:54
I'm wondering if this is real or just a beautiful illusion, fantastic job Miguel like from a storybook!
amazing and spectacular Palace, great detail on the architecture!
danos (78124) 2013-07-04 11:58
nice the view of the Mysore maharaja palace with the red domes to dominating the image as is the eye catching of it.I like the contrast of the colours as the excellent architectural style of the construction.
Noel_Byrne (13376) 2013-07-06 9:39
now THATS a palace! Amazing structure, and I am really loving the wide angle point of view you chose to show off the various elements of its style and design, which are incredibly beautiful. Not a type of architecture I see very often, so for me all the more pleasing.
A great inclusion of the woman in the centre of the frame, although she is easy to miss, she makes a great addition to the whole scene. I would really love to visit this place.
NorthernLight (1147) 2013-09-21 15:22
what an impressive building. A fascinating image with very interesting details.
Greetings from Sweden
gus72 (3400) 2013-10-12 17:10
Hi Miguel !!
I found your notes interesting in regards to the mix of Architectural styles..... the Palace is indeed very unique to India.
Great POV which allows us to see the magnitude of the building.
Nice range of colours.