Steps Through Time

(ISO 80, f/3.3, Shutter Speed 1/160 sec)

Location : Steps of Step Well in Boondi. Focus in on the third carving from right.

I don’t like the overexposure on left part of pic, but they add a contrast with right part. The pattern and shadow below it are enhanced by the sun light directly falling on the carved steps which are designed in exquisite way.

Post Processing : Cropped from Bottom, Contrast increase


Blogger mayuri said...

good shot !
i wonder if this pic would look better in sepia / B&W coloring.
what u say?

11:12 AM  
Blogger Chitrangada said...


7:48 PM  
Blogger Kanu said...

I don't know what to say...COuld feel the footprints of a new queen as she stepped inside...could hear the careless ghungroo...felt the silent witness of the chambermaids walking behind the queen...felt the sudden silence as time washed away the sounds...felt the lady of fire burn into ashes and glide away as the tears settled on the steps...forever....


8:29 PM  
Anonymous Kris said...

lovely colors there....

9:03 PM  
Blogger Becoming a Stranger to Myself said...


10:13 PM  
Blogger Subhadip said...

You are right - the overexposure on the left is distracting.

Interesting composition though.

12:04 AM  
Blogger ~ Deeps ~ said...

@mayuri looks better this way and i wanted color of the red out here


well i can only say ur words are more beautiful than this picture.....

thanx !!

thanx :)

i knew u wud agree to it....
thanx :)

12:29 AM  
Blogger Rohit Talwar said...

Overexposed yes.. but I still like it. You managed the focus well..and you're right, the contrast is pretty cool.

8:13 AM  
Blogger Woodsmoke said...

This is very very good. I miss not having my own computer(s). Can't play around with wallpapers. :(

12:48 PM  
Blogger Priyanka said...

Absolutely Gorgeous!

11:04 AM  
Anonymous kalyan said...

a nice blending of light @ a good photographic vision.Beautiful!

7:05 AM  
Anonymous somitra said...

the tone of the pic is really nice, should say the angel has added twist

10:43 PM  
Blogger ~ Deeps ~ said...

thanx :)

the thot itself makes me happy :) thanx

thanx and welcome to blog :)

@kalyan and Somitra
thanx a lot !!!

11:47 PM  
Blogger Phoenix Rises said...

This pic reminded me of the old trains kept at the Rail museum in Delhi! :D
I liked that contrast between the bright light and the cool looking stone.

10:07 PM  

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