Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Chariot


31 comments:

Lori said...

Beautiful...Happy WW:)

Stan said...

That's quite a chariot. They sure don't build 'em like they used to.

catsynth said...

Very impressive. The amount of work that went into creating that chariot...

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

I remember seeing just the wheel not long ago. Thanks for sharing the rest of it! Pretty amazing all that detail.

Sreisaat said...

Amazing, Indrani!
When I enlarged the photo, I couldn't help but notice the details which are very similar to the ones found at the ancient temples of Angkor Wat... truly impressive.


Sreisaat Adventuress

Anya said...

Could you not get bigger wheels shooting ;)
These are very BIG BIG BIG !!!
And with such a chariot you had previously
still be able to win, I think;)
Very nice shot,your pictures are always beautiful:)
Those photos, I can never make, because some cars
with a giant wheel drive with us not around... LOL
You surprised me again and again and again !!
I look forward to your next photo,
it will be something very special,
I think........

( This is from stone what I can see,
but has it really drived around in your country ) ??

luna miranda said...

amazing details! thanks for sharing.

jams o donnell said...

That's an impressive chariot. Great shot!

lareine said...

that's really a great work of art!... cutting stones and sculpting such details is a lot of work and skill... i just wonder how easy/difficult it would be to pull/push it if it is a real chariot :)... if horses, oxen, and other animals could talk, they would be relieved to know it's a sculpture and not something they really have to pull :)...

Prachi Pandey said...

nice catch

sorry cudnt visit ur blog, was tied upwith work,hope 2 catch u soon.
Take care.

Beth F said...

Thanks for sharing the rest of the chariot!

dianne - bunny trails said...

What a beautiful shot! :-)

SandyCarlson said...

Some amazing detail there. You live in an amazing place, to be sure.

Robyn Jones said...

As usual, you post pictures of places I wish I could go and see....great shot!

Carver said...

Wow, that's an amazing chariot!

humanobserver said...

An amazing chariot. But I felt that your composition was too good.

BK said...

A magnificent sight! It must have weighed tons.

Afrin said...

Oh lovely Hampi!

evlahos said...

fantastic monument wonderful captured

Jeevan said...

it's unique! wonderful structure.

The Things We Carried said...

I can't believe my eyes, so I will believe yours. Lovely!

Zen said...

Is it a statue or what? No matter it is... It's a good a looking thing thanks for share it. anyway nice visiting your blog :)

katztales said...

Great pic! Where is this chariot? Who built it? When? Why? Can you put up a wiki link maybe? Terrific pic blog.

http://www.lepak.com/katztales.html

Ribbon said...

I'd like to know more about that... great pic

thank you Ribbon

EastCoastLife said...

That is a huge piece of art with intricate details..... and very impressive!

Mojo said...

I can't believe I missed this last week! Awesome shot.

Sekhar said...

Nice shot.

Kirti said...

Beautiful pictures!!!

jelb said...

Bonjour,
Wonderful "chariot, wheel..Nice composition and light..bravo!

Lilli & Nevada said...

That is beautiful, lots of talent there

Raghu Menon said...

Reminds me of Mahabalipuram near Chennai. Nice shot.