Color Pallet of Mahakuta temple on an evening

Posted by dinesh maneer
02 March 2017 | featured, travel

When I visited Mahakuta temple complex built in 6th century in 2013 I was amazed to see the energy around it. After the main Mahakooteshwara temple there are many small temples and a Kalyani where people took holy bath.

Recently I went with couple of my friends again and stayed till night.  I tried to capture the different colors formed due to twilight and the temple lights. Here are the results. I took a little liberty in processing as well ( against my usual style) closer to what I imagined when I was shooting.

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Amazing, Dinesh!

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