Wednesday, July 23, 2014

From a moving train...






   

I took these photos from a moving train while returning to Delhi from South. I don't remember the exact place though.

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20 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful series, Pradeepa!

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  2. Amazing how you could capture these photographs from a moving train. My hat goes off to you!
    JM, Illinois

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  3. Those pylons are huge. The ones featured in the first few photos look as if they were part of an older bridge. Wonderful photos.

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  4. I'm a great fan of bridges, water and boats...you have it all! Enjoy your scenic weekend. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  5. very nice collection of drive by shots.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful pictures!

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  7. very interesting photos - love the old stone pylons

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  8. Awesome photos! I wonder what are those pillars for?

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  9. Beautiful shots.
    That's the thing about travelling in trains -- so many interesting sights.

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  10. Amazing shots. Love the progression through this series. Well thought out.

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  11. These are wonderful shots! An amazing series!

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  12. Beautiful photos - all of them. The brick structures are stunning. Lovely to see the boys playing and swimming around them.

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  13. I guess you capture these photos at the banks of Godavari river in Rajahmundry. Because there on Godavari River bank there are 2 bridges one Road-cm-rail bridge and another one is old bridge. The phtos you shared here tall brick stands are old 3rd bridge which used earlier. From which place of south to delhi you are travelling because from here 2 direct trains to delhi or some trains changing. Very nice capturing of photos you taken in running train.

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  14. You don't speak.... you sing through your pictures... beautiful eye for details:)

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  15. Bellisimas esas fotos impresionantes. Un cordial saludo desde España

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