If you ever plan to visit India, one place you must include in your itinerary is Hampi in the state of Karnataka. Recently I had a chance to visit this magnificent ruins of a prosperous empire called Vijayanagara which literally means “The City of Victory”in the local language of Kannada. Vijayanagara empire ruled South India for over two centuries from 14 AD.The ruins of Hampi, as it is known today, is a vast open museum of history, architecture and religion As the epicenter of Hampi'... continue reading
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Jaisalmer fort is a World Heritage Site situated in Jaisalmer (also known as "Golden City), Rajasthan, India. The name comes from a Rajput Ruler, Rawal Jaisal, who built the fort in 1156 AD.The fort stands on a hill - Trikuta Hill. The beauty of the fort comes from yellow sandstones that radiate different shades of yellow like lion-like, honey-like, and golden yellows during different times of daylight. This is the reason why it is also called "Golden Fort". At night, the fort looks... continue reading
Hi all,War is a disaster !!I took thesephotos before the horrible war in Yemen. Nowadays, these sites are destroyed totally as this building or partially as this site As a photographer, I should be happy that my photos of these sites can not be taken anymore, but actually I am so sad for the consequences of war on heritage and human life.:(I think similar photos could increase the awareness of war disasters, to take all of us to the world of peace that we all dream... continue reading
Singapore may be a small country but it has one of the loveliest gardens in the world. On 4 July 2015 the Singapore Botanic Gardens becomes the first garden in Asia to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also the only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.The Gardens is more than 150 years old, with its present site being founded in 1859.In its early years, the Gardens played a very important role in the agricultural development of Singapore and... continue reading
The Warsaw's Old Town was declared as the UNESCO's World Heritage Site in 1980 and is listed as "an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century. The Warsaw Old Town was established in the 13th century. In the heart of the Old Town is the Old Town Market Square that served as a place for regular fairs and festivities until the end of the 18th century. Surrounding streets feature medieval... continue reading
Between the 4th and 13th centuries a unique culture which owed its spiritual origins to Indian Hinduism developed on the coast of contemporary Viet Nam. This is graphically illustrated by the remains of a series of impressive tower-temples located in a dramatic site that was the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence. continue reading
I am going to talk more about technique. The reason both these photos work is the shadows. . I try to think about how they would look on a wall before I pressed the shutter button. The rock makes the second photo. In the albums there is on large rock toward the lower center that sits just of the road. It sits too low andgets cropped off when it is put in the blog. Any way look carefully and you will noticethe shadows coverthe background of the photos making both are look farther... continue reading
Some Idaho heritage would be the same, as the day it was proclaimed a landmark. This site Initial Point was the starting point for all surveys in south westernIdaho. Once it was proclaimed as a landmark it would not be further developed. The other side of story is not pretty. People have made a dump site of land behind the point. This is not uncommon in Idaho or in other western states. When I was in Wyoming in the late 80s. I drove by a spot where someone chose todrain their oil off on... continue reading
I would like to share two photos taken at Psyche Bend near Mildura, at the top of Victoria, Australia. This is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Each photograph has character but in different ways. The old tree with twisted and tangled roots exposed above the bank of the Murray River, has withstood the elements to remain standing after many years.The second photograph shows Psyche Bend Pump Station, an old red brick building which is now heritage listed. It is reflected in... continue reading
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