Friday, October 21, 2011

Skywatch Friday

This 16th century cenotaph in Indore is a favourite perch for birds. The plants growing on the pagoda are evidence of the birds' presence. It would be a pity if this beautiful historic building goes into ruin.

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  1. It look like very antique building! The sky over there is so blue. It's raining most of the time here....!
    Happy Deepavali to you!

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  2. I love it! Happy, happy birds and what a great perch they have! Beautiful, peaceful skies as well! Terrific capture for the day -- as are the captures you share with us every day! Happy SWF! Have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  3. That building is gorgeous. It's fun to see those little seedlings but it would be really unfortunate if they destroyed such a beautiful structure.

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  4. Seems to be a home for birds and bushes! It's a lovely dome.

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  5. Love when old buildings seem to geberate new life on their own...the same vines would probably fail in my garden, and yet here they thrive;)

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  6. Captivating shot of the building.

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  7. Wish those plants would be cleared. At least the birds will find trees in the surrounding area and the building's life will be lengthened. The structure is very beautiful.

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  8. Great architecture! Thank you for sharing!

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