Friday, May 4, 2012

SkyWatch @ Amritsar

I wonder if ever before
I had paid any attention to the hues of sky anywhere
But ever since I started participating in this SkyWatch episode
I love to experiment with this theme.

Last weekend, I was on a pilgrimage to the holy city, Amritsar.
We did meet clouds but there were many other things
more beautiful and striking
The inspiration was a picture I saw in the blog
Ever since I saw it, I wanted to do something on parallel lines.

And, as luck would have it,
I got to do a similar thing.

Not once but many times over.


This one is The Golden Temple, Amritsar in its full glory.
I like the fact that even the reflection in water is covered completely in this picture.
I call this a genius shot in my collection.

And later I tried clicking various canopies individually.


This one is a part of the entrance gate to The Golden Temple.
And the one below this is that of the Langar Hall


but I like this one the best.
This was clicked by my father on my  special request.
This is a canopy from the sanctum sanctorum itself.


I hope you enjoyed this week's SkyWatch.
Have a fabulous weekend ahead.
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12 comments:

  1. Spectacular sequence of beautiful shots.

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    1. Than you, Carver. Though the place itself being spectacular makes the matter easy.

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    1. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your visit.

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  3. Job well done! I liked the series of photos.

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    1. Thank you. Your response is very encouraging.

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  4. Beautiful photos. Happy sky watching.

    My Sky.

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    1. Thank you. I enjoyed your sky too. I have been witnessing those clouds for long now.

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  5. Stunning photo where The Golden Temple is reflected in the water! Beautiful pictures, all of them.

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    1. Yes, that one happens to be the best of the lot. Thank you, Catherine.

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    1. Yes, it is. And considering it is so old and so widely visited ... it is an altogether wonderful experience being there.

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