Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Our world


Ancient structure near Horrniman circle, Mumbai.

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19 comments:

  1. Church of England, I'd say



    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  2. a piece of tranquility...nice capture

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  3. Beautiful. Great shot! Just loved it.
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  4. Quite a shot with all those interesting details. That building behind necessitating the contrast for the story. Learning for me so thanx for this.
    Posted a few pics of mine too today titled Unknown...wish you could stop by and say something...will be much obliged.

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  5. Very nice church.
    Are you happy with the outcome of your elections?

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  6. Hari Om
    Victorian Gothic Revivalist architecture - a fine specimen! YAM xx

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  7. I loved how the architecture covers the picture. Beautiful.

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  8. It may be old but it looks fantastic. Have yoyo shown this building before 'cause it looks vaguely familiar to me. And thanks for your comment. I was afraid I had lost a friend! :)

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  9. Magnificent. If you didn't tell me that it was in Mumbai, I would think that it was somewhere in Europe.
    I can't wait to visit Mumbai end of this year.

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  10. nice perspective you picked to layer the buildings like that.

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  11. Nice shot ...an example of Gothic architecture...

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  12. Good contrast. Something old and something new

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  13. Interesting!! Are the newer areas attached to the old structure? Boom, Bobbi and Gary.

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  14. This is also your main picture on your blog isn't it? I have noticed it earlier and admired its beauty.

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    1. No Nima. The header is of Crawford market and this is of a church near Horniman circle. Two different structures and pictures,

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