Friday, February 6, 2009

The Garden Of Five Senses











































For more details please visit http://www.vigyanprasar.gov.in/

31 comments:

Ema said...

oh,how interesting shapes..you realy have a treasure there..

Anupama K. Mazumder said...

Some captions....

humanobserver said...

Anupama, this time I left...Let the pictures speak themselves :)

Asja said...

wonderful sculptures! i like the last one the best!

JM said...

This just fantastic! I really would love to visit the place! Glad you have show us this photos.

shooting star said...

i have been to this place a couple of times..and it is quite an interesting and serene place...
moreover, it offers a wonderful oppurtunity for some gret photography...
your pics have come out nice..

Aviral said...

I've never been to this garden, but looking at these pics is as good as visiting the place.

Devika said...

Yeah the pictures actually should speak for themselves...

That's what a good photographer should do..I have always felt...

Each photo tells a different story to each viewer...and an offer to unbiasedly view the picture is what an aritist can most offer to the viewer...

THATS MY VIEW -- A personal opinion...I do not wish to go into debates..just an observation, Deepak :)

A gripping range there..

wishes,
devika

I am on a break -- down with fever...But then nothing much to do -- so thought of visiting my regulars...

humanobserver said...

Devika, get well soon. My best wishes are with you. I tried several times to put comments on your blog, but it did not accept.

Devika said...

Hi Deepak,

Thanks Deeepak..so much.
yeah I have disabled the comments...just very tired sometimes..and wanted a full break..

but then I can't shut myself also -- what a paradox life in the blogworld is! :)

wishes,
devika

Per Stromsjo said...

Ah, I like those elephants. In a weird way they remind me of a legendary children's program on Swedish public service television.

Fio said...

Beautiful. I'm really impressed.

Joy said...

How very interesting! Would love to visit this garden.

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Jeevan said...

Where does this garden exist?
So much shapes and statues, nice capture.

Plamena Markova said...

This is amazing!

R. Ramesh said...

awesome pix of course..congrats deepak and thanks for yr visits

Inspiration said...

Cool Pics. Really Nice and great photography.

R U Photographer by profession?

Keep it up!

Regards,
Jayashree

PS: Thank You very much for the comments for my blog.

Indrani said...

I would love to visit this place someday... there is a feast to eyes waiting there... and of course for the camera too. :)

Tanweer said...

Sundar hai..especially the women who is flying

magiceye said...

...beautiful!
thanks for sharing..
must visit

Cynthia said...

Interesting and stunning! What images...in Puerto Rico we have a lot of similar Jesus statues with their arms open...your child/monks look like the same idea. When there are so many, it kind of makes a strange feeling...not the calm I think they are intended to convey!

Jackie said...

That looks like a fantastic place, I'd love to visit it.

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I responded there, but to respond here too, I was quite a distance from the lake and that was about as close as my little camera would allow me to take a picture. If I'd been nearer I'd definitely have tried to take some close-ups. As my camera is only a dinky point-n-press there are some pictures that are more difficult with it because it doesn't have the capability. But later in the spring I'll go back to the park and see what birds I can find :)

Jama said...

What an interesting garden that must have been!

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Good photographs Deepak. I liked the flying man! :)

ARIPI DE FLUTURE said...

interestind photos

Steffe said...

Some very good photos from a very interesting place.

jugioli said...

Very very beautiful!!!!

JU

CosmicGoddess said...

wow... very cool! I like the eye the best!

Marc said...

I find this an excellent series of wonderful art. Well captured and a pleasure to look at.

Dungha said...

interesting shapes! nice!

tantra flower said...

Gorgeous and stunning photos. As if I needed another reason to visit India -- seeing these statues in person would be a highlight! Maybe in a few years when I finally finish my Bachelor's degree, I will be able to do that. Thank you for sharing.

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