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I love the colours and architecture in Bangalore

 

Bangalore, India 2019 Sept.

At dusk the wellkept garden of Bangalore palace looks pleasant. Pl see large.

The colourful indoor flower market in the centre of Bangalore. Go early on a Sunday morning to witness this fascinating market at it's best. Handheld long exposure.

 

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Discount on leading brands. Street shop in Bangalore, India

this is prakhar my nephew posing at the Science museum in Bangalore

This was shot the day I took keys for our house in Bangalore , could not stop looking at this beautiful view . Now I have moved in hope to add lot more shots

Bangalore, India

 

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Kodak TriX 400 @ 1600, M6, Zeiss Biogon 35mm, Developed in Fuji super prodol, 09;30 at 25deg, Pakon scan.

hole in the wall tea house in Bangalore.

amazing details in the Bangalore buildings

clicked from a running cab with my cellphone camera.

Birds spotted as Hoskote Lake, Bangalore

Some people might look at this (or my photo of it) and see poverty or a run-down/neglected building. Yes, there are parts of that, but I see the beauty of what was. Someone has gone to the effort of designing an asymmetric curved building, those vertical details and cool wrought iron balconies. In its day this must have been a cool neighbourhood!

View of Bangalore from Skyye rooftop Lounge.

I love the different colours contrasting with the salmon exterior, the cantilevered balconies and the wrought iron work.

This place is heaving in the afternoon and evening. In the morning it looks far more neglected than it actually is.

 

I have no idea of the meaning behind the circle/cross on the right.

Another fine piece of modernist architecture from Bangalore. Fantastic stuff.

Yelahanka/ Bangalore

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