Weekly Photo Challenge: Old Fashioned 2

By: Kamakshi

Jul 12 2011

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Category: Challenges, Trivia

12 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:29mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/1000 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 550D

Flora Fountain, at the Hutatma Chowk is another heritage structure which is found at the heart of Churchgate, south Mumbai. Constructed in 1864, the working fountain is surrounded with intricate sculptures and depicts the Roman goddess Flora. Although parts of the structure are broken, I sure hope that they restore it soon. The fountain looks stunning in the night when the fountain is functional and is well-lit.

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12 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Old Fashioned 2”

  1. WOW…thats what am talking about!!!!
    Mumbai is loaded with mesmerizing Victorian structures!

  2. This is a beautiful shot and I love the creamy grittiness of such an ornate structure!

  3. Well you camera does do justice to that’s day weather… now I have an officially taken photog for my blog 😀

  4. Love the pic — the lighting, the angle, the colors! Beautiful!

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  6. […] Navy building, is the Life Insurance Corporation of India’s building. It also overlooks the Flora Fountain and the Amar-Jyoti-Jawan memorial (You can see a back view of these two statues). Makes for a […]

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