This post is in response to the Bench Series of the month July 2015. The challenge is the following.
This month I want to see photos of a bench which is different to the norm. It may be the shape, style, length, height, colour, material or even location that attracts your attention
So, here comes my “unusual benches”. I clicked this photograph in Hungary back in 2013.
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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Close Up.”
A Snake (India, 2015)
This week’s theme is “close up”, and let’s have a close look at a snake. Quite scary, huh?
This is not a macro photograph, it’s just a close-up photo. This photo was taken in the state of West Bengal, India.
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A lamp-post in Budapest
Each city / town has its unique lamp-posts. This one in Budapest looks really awesome, isn’t it?
In response to Paula’s B&W Sunday photo challenge with theme “Geometry”.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge : “Symbol.”
One of the great wheels, Konark Sun Temple, India
The Konark Sun Temple in Orissa, India is famous for its intricate stone carvings. The temple is in the shape of a huge chariot with twelve pairs of elaborately carved stone wheels. You can see one of the wheels in the photograph. The wheels of the chariot are symbolic and have been interpreted as the ‘Wheel of Life’. Each wheel has eight spokes which signifies eight parts of a day starting from dawn. It may also be interpreted as eight different periods of the life of a human being. The figures carved on each of the eight spokes are very symbolic as well. They symbolises the activities of human beings at different stages of life.
This post is in response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge and this week’s theme is “more than five items“.
Here is one of my clicks which goes well with the theme. This is a photo of a few domestic ducks swimming in a row. These small-sized white coloured ducks are very common in India. This picture was clicked by me last year in Puri, Orissa, India.
Ducks in a row (India, 2014)
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.”
Ruins of doors, Hampi, India
Hampi, in Karnataka, India, was the last capital of Vijayanagar Empire, one of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in India’s history. Hampi is like a open museum with some extremely captivating ruins scattered everywhere, and the ruins date back to the 14th century. I am sharing a photograph, which shows the ruins of the stone doors, which were a part of the Royal Enclosure, a fortified area that was the core of the Vijayanagar Empire. The Royal Enclosure was a place where the royal family used to live.
This post is in response to CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE and the theme for this week is SCULPTURES, STATUES, CARVINGS. Eventually, this theme is one of my favourites as far as photography is concerned. I really love to click carvings on the walls of old historical monuments or things like that. In recent past, I have clicked a lot of photos which fit perfectly with today’s theme given by Cee. Here are two such clicks by me. I hope you will like them.
The lady with mirror, India
The picture above shows an ornate carving of a woman with a mirror. This intricate piece of art is carved on a wall of a temple in Karnataka, India. I clicked this picture in 2014.
The dying lion of Lucerne, Switzerland
The picture above shows the dying lion of Lucerne, which commemorates the Swiss guards who were killed during the French revolution. I clicked this picture in 2013.