Inside Meenakshi temple. You are bound to be mesmerized by the sheer beauty of the architecture and décor found in these (one of the many) corridors.
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GREGG (7888) 2011-06-20 12:15
very interesting and unusual ornamentation corridor
looks uncommonly,good colors, sharpness.Nice perspective.
Sonata11 (33697) 2011-06-20 18:03
what a beautiful shot!!! Lovely composition and framework as well. This picture with perefct perspective is an amazing.The paintings are awesome. Perfectly good job and a very well executed. I love it.
All the best,
jimmj63 (2313) 2011-06-20 23:39
very good view of this very bauty architecture, splendid the decoration on the ceiling
FlyPrm (391) 2011-06-21 3:05
Excellent perspective Anupam!
The details on the decoration are great, colours are very well balanced and good light management!
Thanks for sharing and have a good day,
vijay_as2 (110) 2011-06-21 5:52
Amazing picture!! With required lighting in it, love the idea with.
barrufeto_77 (28886) 2011-07-10 7:31
Wowwwww!! What a great colours in the roof of the corridors!!! For sure, excellent.
tyro (22404) 2011-07-13 7:15
I've just been looking at some of your wonderful pictures of Temples of India.
This one I particularly like. It has wonderful perspective and colours and I love the way those long corridors seem to disappear into darkness in the distance. Excellent exposure, lovely colours and superb sharpness.
Incidentally, I have always wanted to visit India some time: I have a friend here in Scotland, also called "Anupam" - he's from New Delhi and he's always promised to take me for a trip to his homeland - I think I should take him up on that offer!
delpeoples (55284) 2011-07-15 5:50
Wonderful low Point of View and perspective here. I also like the play of light and shade. The repeating columns are superbly captured. Congratulations and I wish you a good weekend.
skippy007 (12510) 2011-07-19 3:01
Hello Anupam, I like the symmetry in this interesting & colourful capture, splendid colours & lighting. Under difficult light conditions you produced a beautiful image full of colour, detail & texture. Well done
macjake (62346) 2011-07-31 10:00
love how this scene draws attention visually upwards, and then outwards.
A strong composition will produce a strong photo, no matter what the subject is.
excellent work here
arpankrishna (17) 2011-08-17 15:29
This is a fantastic photograph....patterns, shapes, perspective....everything seem so much in harmony....
dale54 (6774) 2011-08-20 13:12
if you see this you gotta say something!WOW!the color is great!
gmg (4202) 2011-09-21 12:18
I like the way you managed perspective here and the colours and overall tone. That was a diccult task, considering the kind of lights.
ravinmb (1303) 2011-10-18 6:48
This is a well chosen POV and a well chosen wide lens.. Your light management is equally good with just right exposure.. I like the architecture and your composition showing both the corridor..
Have a good day.
ddutta2011 (30) 2011-11-19 9:24
xcellent ... nice photo.. thanx for sharing
wow... really liked this one
the colors give the photo a fab look
siudzi (34141) 2012-07-15 12:08
Wow! What a superb place with such a stunning decoration and design! Very well taken and executed work. Fantastic light management, sharpness and saturation effect. TFS.
jmdias (59220) 2012-07-20 7:08
marvelous framing, the colored ceiling created a nice contrast with the lowers areas. good diagonals. a compo well done. TFS.
mjw364 (2) 2012-08-11 5:38
Hello Anupam - I love the symmetrical feel of this - the colours and the depth provided by the diverging lines. It look as though you have put a mirror down the middle!
- Copyright: Anupam Deb (anupam06) (769)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-03-12
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 450D (Digital Rebel XSi), Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM
- Exposure: f/4, 1/10 seconds
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- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Indian temples and architecture [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2011-06-20 10:52
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