This photo was captured on the West of Chord Road near Mahalakshmi layout, Bangalore.

I visited ISKCON temple on Chord road expecting to capture a panorama view of Mahalakshmi layout from the top
but was disappointed to find that the view from ISKCON wasn’t that great. As I was walking back home I clicked this
snap of the Chord road.

Chord Road Metro

Why I like this composition – the evening sky has that fantastic ‘Indigo’ hue, the Krishna temple in the backdrop has that old time charm, the elevated Metro line gives Bangalore’s inevitable modernization, and finally the vehicles and people moving about gives the photy the busy feel it needs.

“Expect the Unexpected and always keep your eyes open” is one mantra which any photographer cant afford to forget.

Categories: LandscapeModern

Anoop Hullenahalli

An Electronics Engineer working on wireless embedded systems for a living. Traveling, photographing and sharing my experiences here at ANUBIMB helps me unwind and break the monotony of life.


planētēs astēr · 3 Aug ’13 at 11:49 pm

nice pic! loved the lighting on the temple & the sky 🙂

    Anoop Hullenahalli · 4 Aug ’13 at 12:49 am

    Thanks. The colour of the sky is the precise reason why I like photographing during twilight!

My Say · 20 Aug ’13 at 4:23 pm

fabulous capture and truly the sky looks coloured by a painter 🙂

Nagini · 21 Aug ’13 at 10:28 am

Wow..Beautifully captured..:-)

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