Temple guarded by Lions @ Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram (???????????) is rightly called the “City of 1000 temples”. Though we might not find 1000s of temples currently, there are atleast few hundreds. And a handful of them still active with rituals and pujas being performed on a daily basis. The below is from Kailashnath Temple. Accounting to Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at home (yeah yeah my laziness too added to the delay :))  ended up at this place just after noon- after an hour and half drive from Chennai. Though the sun was harsh, the shot came out really good as I was able to sneak and set the tripod in the extreme corner for an HDR shot.

Buy Print Flickr Page Kailashnath Temple, Kanchipuram
Chennai, India

9 Responses to “Temple guarded by Lions @ Kanchipuram”

  1. thats a wonderful shot anna, though i dont understand the technicalities and the difficulties of this shot,i do realise that its a treat to the eyes and worth the effort … too good :)

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  2. Hi MiMi, after all the lurking , ur first comments :)
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  3. gorgeous image, very nice work. love the deep tones and details in this..
    awesome!!

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  4. @joeandrews – thanks… Glad u liked it !!!

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    Keep up the good work…

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