The Inner Sanctum

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    This was found deep inside one of the recesses on the outer periphery of Humayun's tomb in Delhi. The deep reds and stained walks gave the place an unearthly feeling.

    This is from my tutorial at
    My Tutorial is right here - I have over 16,500 unread emails - sorry but I am too swamped - but most of you ask for that tutorial, so there it is! :)

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    1. carlosfalci 71 months ago | reply


    2. Xindaan 71 months ago | reply

      Wonderful editing.
      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    3. Ka Red 71 months ago | reply

      Egozum Amemea,
      Cruzim, Sanctum,

    4. Mark Austria 71 months ago | reply

      fantastic as always.

    5. susan_r4 71 months ago | reply

      Cool shot Trey....wonderful treatment!

    6. Ventura Carmona 71 months ago | reply

      Fabulosa imagen. Un saludo

      Please Tag with "FPG"

    7. L Geoffroy 71 months ago | reply

      Bravo. Wonderful shot and processing.

    8. Michael Dawes 71 months ago | reply

      looks not from this planet...

    9. paul bica 71 months ago | reply

      amazing textures

    10. Eye on World (.) 71 months ago | reply

      Excelent !!! as usual .....

    11. vervacedos 71 months ago | reply


    12. i.rashid007 71 months ago | reply

      Very nice work

    13. violsk 71 months ago | reply

      is wonderful!perfect use of colours and great the idea of unbalance is very impressive!

    14. Kris Kros 71 months ago | reply

      You are a true inspiration, Trey.

    15. FaizaL Omar 9W2FEL/PRFZL 71 months ago | reply

      Deserved my fav!Love ur works.

    16. L.G.Mills 70 months ago | reply

      i love to travel on your photo stream. There is so mush to see, and every image is spectacular
      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    17. mynewme45 56 months ago | reply

      Great picture Trey it almost look like if you had used one of your textures. Great colors .

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