Fantastic shot, what an interesting structure.Cheers!Regina In Pictures
a lot of details. is this part of a temple?
Great moon shot!I want to visit that place some time!
Lovely building with the beautiful statutes. I recognize the monkey god (not sure what is the actual name of the god). I remember watching the hindu film on the monkey god when I was a child (more than 40 years ago) and it was in black and white. I was so fascinated by the magic power the monkey god has. Have a nice weekend. My weekend will be busy preparing and welcoming for the Chinese New Year on 26th January 2009. :)
That is a really cool looking building. I've never seen anything like that before. Love the engravings on the sides of it.
That's so neat... and to have the moon in it is really special!!!Mountain Retreat
Interesting architecture and photo. I'd be interested to hear what it is as well.
The moon is the added touch. Curious colour to the building and the lean makes this a very interesting image,
Great photo..love the moon in it...Beautiful detail on the building...esp when enlarged...
Quite interesting and unusual. Nice capture.
Great shot & love that moon!
Great shot of a great structure.
That's a beautiful tower reaching to the sky and telling stories along the way.
Nice take, especially with the moon on the side :)
The first words that popped into my head were from a song: "Woh Kisna Hai". Very cool shot!
It´s a beautiful building but that god that opens it´s belly and has a smaller god in the´re, is a bit confusing!
This is wonderful! I love the architecture, very unusual from what I see around here. I like how you can see the moon in the background as well. Very nice.
That large interesting building juxtaposed with the small is a great composition!
What a fab building.
We don't have buildings like that. Must be a great topic for discussion. very interesting indeed and a great shot.
How beautiful - but there is never anyting less on your blog!! Wonderful pale moon in a pale sky!
This is very pretty! The building is so detailed and colorful!
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