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Hampi Ruins - World Heritage site
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm / Tamron 70-200mm Camera: K-x Photo Location: Hampi 
Posted By: yusuf, 03-02-2011, 03:57 AM

Some shots from my Hampi Trip. It's a world heritage site on the bank of Tungabhadra river with beautiful temples build between 1400-1600.

Just sharing a few picture to not overload the page. More pictures are here Hampi Trip | Facebook

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03-02-2011, 04:25 AM   #2
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Beautoful set - I love the sunset series. Thje temples look very cool as well - really neatr to see a piece of history , thanks for sharing.
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super series.... love the contrast between the twilight and daytime shots.... great conversion composition in the last pic yusuf............. dave m
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Interesting place. Like the daytime pictures the best and the last one is beautiful.

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Thank you all. Some more pictures on the way and people surrounding the ruins





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Very nice shots. Hampi is a wonderful slice of India. I felt like I was in a flinstones cartoon when I was there with all the monster orange boulders. Did you check out the pinhole camera effect where you see an inverted shadow projected on the wall of the large temple in your second to last picture?

When I was there (early 2000) the town was on strike because UNESCO wanted to close down the commercial businesses located on site and move them to the nearby town, so our guesthouse had to smuggle food to us on their roof (strike-breakers).

I was amazed by an Indian teenager that spent all day in her barren dirt floor hut washing laundry next to where I was staying. She always had the hugest smile and looked like she couldn't be happier with her lot in life.

Rural India was a real treat after braving some of the large population centres (Khajuraho and its 'sexy' temples also highly recommended). Nothing like watching the sun go down, nestled in the roots of a huge tree by the river sipping on a bhang lassi
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nice set. I love the last one!
...in both sets
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Hampi is one of my favorite places in India, nice shots

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I really enjoyed viewing the photos and will check your facebook link to see and learn more. thanks for sharing. Bob
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thank you all. Yeah, facebook link has some more pics...feel free to comment there too
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Wonderfull images!
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wonder shots. Interesting place to visit. Your BW shots are amazing
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Thanks guys. Will post some more images soon - encouraged
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