“It takes darkness to be aware of light.”
A visit to Qutub Minar is an experience in itself. The 73 m high victory minaret and the ruins around it speak of the interest in architecture that the emperors of that era had.
I was crossing the main tomb when I saw this girl standing contemplatively inside one of the latticed window. She was thrown into contrast against the light filtering in. The shot isn’t too sharp but I feel it adds to the surreal feel of the photo…
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Beautiful lighting! I don’t mind about the sharpness, I think the blur effect makes it more artistic 🙂
Thanks Indah! 🙂
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Where is it Preeti?
It’s the Qutub Minar at New Delhi Nurul.
It’s all about the light. Gorgeous light!
Thanks Marilyn…it was indeed dramatic due to the light..
oh wow – there is a surreal feel – you are right – and the color of her shirt plays against all that light interaction – and the posture of her body has two subtle vertical bends – then the shape, etc. two thumbs up! 🙂 ❤
Thanks Y! I like to think that she was thinking about her future standing in the relics of an era of a distant past…how’s that for contrast 🙂