Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Abstract Photography–Hoysala Style Window

There are so many interesting objects and subjects that come our way every day. Some of them are so abstract and yet so interesting. I spotted this abstract setting inside the Lakshmi Narasimha temple at Doddagaddavally near Belur in Karnataka.

Soapstone Air Vents in Hoysala Style

This abstract sight was a soapstone window with air vents that is designed in Hoysala style. The thing special about this window is not its design or construction, but the divine effect it had inside the dark temple room. It felt as if this was the only source for radiating light. A totally amazing effect.

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