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    Nana Abbi ( my grand dad ) was a very well accomplished architect who played a major role in the construction of the then longest river bridge in Asia, at Patna (India) second only to one inaugurated a few days back in China..

    So its befitting that the next upload be related to this genre that I love but rarely get a chance to capture and hence I present to you Riyadh International Airport .. once the largest Airport in the world, in all its splendor...........

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    1. phenomene. [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      very nice shot! nicely done!

    2. fmc.nikon.d40 [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      Wow !!!! Fantastic shot

    3. Usagi Love [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      This is beyond wonderful!

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    4. ` ®© ROBERTO CARBONI 84 months ago | reply

      Outstanding details.Excellent shot .Congrats

    5. Juan Rubiano 84 months ago | reply

      Great shot !.

    6. Suso Rubio 84 months ago | reply

      great architect, I can see you are very proud of your grandfather...congrats good pic

    7. arcoirisito 84 months ago | reply

      Nice architectural shot !

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    8. renejo1951 84 months ago | reply

      Great angle on the structure. Love the geometry, textures and tones.

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    9. *PauloF 81 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot!!

    10. neelgolapi 67 months ago | reply

      I saw the thumbnail and recognized the signature arches right away. Oh how I miss that place. Beautifully captured. The lighting is very nice, of course. But I would've preferred it more if you did without the frame/border all around (=

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