This used to be the market place of the fort, according to the guide.
Looks very old...
2 Dec 2009 5:06am
I like the rusty feel of the frame. I usually don't like mindless graffiti, but names on one of the wall was a nice element that added human touch to the ruins.
2 Dec 2009 5:22am
Que lugar mas desholador, el tratamiento aplicado le queda genial.
2 Dec 2009 6:14am
J'imagine alors la vie qu'autrefois il pouvait bien y avoir ici....trés belle photo. Bonne journée
2 Dec 2009 8:37am
Wow, superb timeless view that reminds me of old western movies of photographs by Edward Curtis ! Love this warm sepia, Ajay - where is it, exactly ?
2 Dec 2009 8:54am
@k@: I just saw his work in wikipedia and his work is really great. I feel so honoured that you have compared my work with his, Karine. Truly!!!
About this fort, it is located near a small town called Alibaugh on the west coast in the State of Maharashtra. This is about 150 kilometers away from Bombay and about the same from where I live, Pune.
Lovely shot, Ajay. great processing.
2 Dec 2009 8:57am
Very good processing! These are great monuments to be taken care of.
2 Dec 2009 12:26pm
This is a good shot
2 Dec 2009 12:41pm
great shot.. and well composed
2 Dec 2009 1:08pm
Very nice treatment for these ruins. The result is great
2 Dec 2009 1:42pm
I like this one ! good processing
2 Dec 2009 2:47pm
Fabulous capture. Superb tones.
2 Dec 2009 4:58pm
I like the scenery and the old time look
2 Dec 2009 4:59pm
Fabulous capture. great processing !
2 Dec 2009 5:01pm
Interesting place. The graffiti artists have been at work. I like the toning.
2 Dec 2009 11:36pm
Would like to go there and see it myself too. Great image
3 Dec 2009 4:49am
Good one ! Liked the sepia tone !
3 Dec 2009 10:35am
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