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Wordless Wednesday No.7


Wordless Wednesday

Picture clicked by me at Pune, India : Shinde ki Chatri
© Ps

Coloured words are links (if you wish to know more)

Comments

  1. Great composition, I really dig this shot!

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  2. I like the sound of your blogs. I like that building...it's very striking.


    Just Say These Words

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  3. wow, those colours are beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful shot of that building.

    The stained glass windows look great against the concrete/gray.

    Happy WW!

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  5. Ooh, is that a MacDonald's? :)

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  6. Wow...you have a serious eye for composition. This photo deserves to be framed!

    I've posted my own - admittedly not as inspirational - Wordless Wednesday contribution here:
    http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2008/03/wordless-wednesday-suck-on-this.html

    I hope you can drop by sometime soon for a glimpse at some of the photographic craziness around here. I don't just limit it to Wednesdays!

    Have a great rest-of-WW, and I hope to e-see you soon.

    All the best,

    Carmi

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  7. What lovely colours. Mine's up too and couldn't be more different!

    http://keithsimages.typepad.com

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  8. silent n beautiful!

    Keshi.

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  9. Thats such a beautiful pic! Seems like each window and each pane has a story to tell.

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  10. colourful picture, it is nice to notice that each window has a different colour combination, good one!.

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  11. Anonymous12:24 PM

    Love the windows. What colour. Will certainly re-visit your site when I have more time to read through some old posts.

    Ellie
    Bay of Islands New Zealand.

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  12. good frame.. would have been terrific if u eitehr include the stairs fully or omit them...

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  13. Super cool pic.

    keep it rollin;)

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  14. a lovely shot. u sure know how to make an ordinary scene, out of the ordinary:-).

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  15. good click... but wer is it in pune?

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  16. When one door closes..six windows open!Lovely photo..

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  17. Hey where in Pune is this?

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  18. Thank you all for the comments, appreciation--and thanks Xh for the tip.
    To all those who asked me where it is--Coloured words are links--Please click on it to know more.(Thought I mentioned that as a footer)

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  19. We learn a lot from history...else we will be reinventing the wheel. Nice click. Reminds me that newer avenues are opening up from me henceforth

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