Thursday, March 26, 2009

Romancing the Ruins of Hampi




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26 comments:

The Things We Carried said...

AMAZING! I have never seen them photographed.

Anya said...

I'am speechless .........
so beautiful, AMAZING shot, my compliments :)
And the elephants are relaxed walking through the wall.. (@^.^@)
LOL

J Bar said...

Great skywatch location.

Tabib said...

I like the perspective and lighting.

Honey Mommy said...

What a cool photo!

Sylvia K said...

Magnificent photos! Really beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Happy SWF!

Carolyn said...

Simply beautiful photographs, rich in colour, detail and history! Thank you so much for sharing.
Smiles

Amy said...

Beautiful photos from somewhere I've always wanted to visit. Thank you for sharing.

chrome3d said...

They looked so old and wise. Romancing sounds so nice to me.

Anya said...

THANKS THANKS, I join with
"Camera critters" :)
I had already seen it on your blog ;)
Have a greaaaaaaat day (@^.^@)

SandyCarlson said...

Those are very romantic photos. They are perfect.

Today's Blah... said...

Excellent composition for skwatch. I love the ruins, looks intriquing.

Babooshka said...

Clever title, gorgeous photography.

Carver said...

What beautiful ruins and a perfect place to set the sky off in its beauty. Great shot!

Mojo said...

This is positively breathtaking! Perfect time of day to capture it too.

Magnificent work!

Barb said...

I'm going to have to Google Hampi. The ruins seem very old but still intact.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

The ruins are amazing. Beautiful sky and shot.

Louise said...

Beautiful place, beautiful captures. I love the second one because I can really see the golden light.

humanobserver said...

Amazing works. You will find such stone works in Bulgaria and Chile.

Reader Wil said...

Another sky another series of beautiful shots. Thanks! I don't know if the polar bears were rescued. The photo was taken from the newspaper. But polar bears can swim, so who knows?

Arija said...

Romancing alright, could not think of a more romantic light on the stones than you havecaptured.

Deborah Godin said...

A delicate sky for some rather fragile-looking ruins! Almost as if the sky didn't want to intrude or upset those pillars.

(It was so neat to hear that you observed Earth Hour already. Makes me feel even more connected to people on this tiny round planet of ours!)

Dora said...

Wow! The places u visit are so interesting and new to me. ;)

magiceye said...

wonderful perspectives!
another on my wish list!

Lilli & Nevada said...

I love to travel with you and see these kind of ruins. Always loved them

david mcmahon said...

Beautiful light in these shots, Indrani.