Weekly Photo Challenge : Old – Fashioned

This is an old building in my city back when the British were ruling India.

The second shot is of a very old fashioned water spout. Enjoy 🙂

 

 

 

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14 comments

  1. gobetweenflames · July 10, 2011

    I love the colour and mood of the second one 🙂

  2. ramoncito17 · July 11, 2011

    very nice and interesting posting for the challenge Sheetal!

  3. Mike Hardisty · July 11, 2011

    I like that building and would have fun photographing it

    • Sheetal · July 12, 2011

      Thanks for stopping by Mike..
      This building is interesting on many levels…It was great fun photographing it 🙂

  4. frizztext · July 12, 2011

    wonderful balcony on that old building …
    greetings by
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    • Sheetal · July 12, 2011

      Thanks a lot frizz for the comment… It would had been really grand in its day..!

  5. Kamakshi · July 12, 2011

    I guess you find a lot more Victorian structures in the ruled colonies….nice shot..where is this place?

    • Sheetal · July 12, 2011

      Ya this is the cantonment area in Pune..
      Although i totally fell in love with the victorian structures i saw in colaba…
      Just too beautiful…

  6. ceceliafutch · July 12, 2011

    Nice shots, both. I had troubl choosing between the two, but I think I favor the second one of the water pump. Very interesting.

    • Sheetal · July 13, 2011

      I have been passing this water spout for as long as i can remember..
      But only when i got the camera did i notice it 🙂
      I am glad you liked it..

  7. 4otomo · July 13, 2011

    Hi ! Stumbld onto yur post through the photo challenge page, have been wanting to start post a week too. Like the second image, has an old fashioned look about it 🙂
    http://www.4otomo.wordpress.com

    • Sheetal · July 13, 2011

      I am so glad you stumbled on to my blog 🙂
      Thanks a lot for appreciating..
      And yes, keep stumbling 😉

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