Jaipur, midday

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Alf, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Alf

    Alf Top Veteran

    Oct 11, 2010
    Northeastern Tuscany
    Just the right time to arrive at the Observatory, light and heat burning from everywhere. My record in drinking a softdrink, 8 seconds for a 500ml bottle!

    But the place is a wonder, evident manifestation of numbers.
    Jaipur di alfrjw, su Flickr

    Time applied to accurate development paid off.
    Jaipur di alfrjw, su Flickr

    Of course, in this place there is no hiding from the sun.
    Jaipur di alfrjw, su Flickr

    And nearly everything is very white.
    Jaipur di alfrjw, su Flickr

    Then, on to darker places.
    Jaipur di alfrjw, su Flickr

    I'm soooo tired!
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  2. Wow, fascinating looking place.
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  3. pdh

    pdh Legend

    Jan 2, 2011
    I remember seeing this years ago ona tv programme about mathematics and being fascinated by it -- I envy you Alf (and - great handling of the extremes of light and dark here)
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  4. Hyubie

    Hyubie Top Veteran

    Jun 8, 2011
    How common is this thought during trips? :smile:

    However, when I look back, I keep thinking "Why didn't I do more when I was in that place??".
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  5. BBW

    BBW Administrator Emeritus

    Jul 7, 2010
    betwixt and between
    Alf, can you tell us more about that time teller or ? in your first image? It's beautiful, that's for sure.

    I've slowly been making my way through your adventures over on Flickr... What a trip you had!
  6. Alf

    Alf Top Veteran

    Oct 11, 2010
    Northeastern Tuscany
    Sure. It's a Yantra to calculate the position of the sun. The Jantar Mantar Observatory houses two for the different moments of the year.
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  7. Lili

    Lili Hall of Famer

    Oct 17, 2010
    Dallas, TX
    ALf, splendid series, very well shot
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  8. vincechu

    vincechu Veteran

    Sep 14, 2010
    Alf, a wonderful set as usual, thanks for sharing.

    My favourite is no.3, the B&W conversion is very effective and IMO helps the photo. I love how the diagonal lines lead you across the photo from one side to the oether too :)
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