Just a glimpse of My World. This photo was shot in Devrayanadurga, this little place of worship built in stones dates back to 17th Century
Just terrific..what an angle- Superb!
That is a beautiful picture and what a beautiful place. Thank you for your visit
You've captured the spirit of this scene very well. The rock has a half opened eye and seems alive.
Brilliant shot. I love the texture of the rocks.
A gorgeous shot Anthony. I love the perspective in this one :-)
Wonderfully angled shot. I love your header too, very festive.
Stone on stone - very fitting.
Wow. What a great subject. The composition is perfect, the angle adds so much.
terrefic catch:)I am also going to try my hands on black and white pics:)
Thank you everyone for your wonderful comments :)Good Luck Bhupesh
Lovely image Anthony, love the textures in the rock and the temple has stood the test of time. Thanks for sharing-I like the header:)
Fabulous capture, Samson.
Another marvelous shot, Sam! I do look forward to your posts each week!Have a great week!Sylvia
Fascinating. Do you know who or what group built this temple?
oh my that is magnificent and your shot of it is great
Impressive. And the angle is wow too.
that place is fascinating! Black and white works perfectly for it, very nice!
Great capture in B&W.
what a gorgeous shot...great angle and so striking in monochrome..
Thanks Jane, Temple has stood the test of time indeed.
Thanks John and Sylvia
Thanks Stine, not much information is available on this particular structure... Before the Mysore Kings took over this place it is said that Vijaynagar Kings had their hold her so probably it was built during that time
Thanks Marica, Photo Cache, Johhny, Indrani and Catherine, I'm gald you liked the photo :)
Oh, I guess IN doesn't stand for Indiana. Where are you? Cool shots.
Hi Jack and Joann, IND Stands for India, I'm from Bangalore, India.
Your B&W photo does a great job of capturing the timeless quality of the scene. Is that a bell on a pole jutting off the rock?
Generations to come will have an opportunity to appreciate and enjoy this preserved structure of the past. This is an interesting post. Yes, the B&W justified the essence you want us to see and experience.
Love the way it seems to distort scale.
Thanks Marvin, yes its the bell hanging on a pole from the edge of the rock
Thank you Japa and John
I find this a great picture!
Imposing and impressive. Great b&w.
So beautifully sitedd and the weathered temple integrates so sell with the granite bouldes.A great angle for your shot too.
magnificent setting - I too was intrigued by the bell hanging over the rock.
I want to see this in live! Thank you for the photo!