Few days back, I was on visit to #WalledCity of #Lahore, and I stayed at historical #Badshahi Masjid. The glory of this masterpiece again forced me to take my cam to capture few clicks.
You can find rest of the photos on my Flick album Ever Lasting Art of Badshahi Masjid Lahore Pakistan
Waiting for your comments there (:
So I have finally moved to #Flickr, for all my photography stuff. It was no doubt a long journey with #Picasa but after much consideration I finally vote for Flickr. Leaving Picasa was a sad moment as I always prefer to use #Google products (all solutions in one box) but due to some constraints Picasa wasn’t fitting with my needs.
The main reason was storage capacity. After having Canon EOS 100D as my professional camera, the need of more storage was inevitable. 1 terabyte of Flickr vs 15GB of Picasa is a huge difference, and this thing gave me really a breath of relax. As advertised over Flicker home page, 1 terabyte = 537,731 6.5 megapixel photos, and even if I chose high resolution photos of my cam .i.e. nearly 13 to 14mb per photo, even then there are 218,453 photos with 16.0 megapixel that I can upload over 1TB of free space. Waoooo … incredible.
You can find some of my click at https://www.flickr.com/photos/114820437@N08/sets … though they need to organize a bit more right now.
One interesting things is, I’m still using Picasa desktop tool to organize and edit all of my photos. There isn’t any match of Picasa desktop tool with any other photo organizer+editor. Here Picasa takes the stage.
Don’t you think that editing and organizing them in Picasa and uploading them over Flickr is something injustice with Google!!! ((:
Sometimes, I feel like this.
Peacock with wide open feathers
(click for enlarge)
I have to wait for more than fifteen minutes around the cage for this moment;
An evening walk, on Mall Road Lahore;
(dated 26th August, 2k12)
Sunday isn’t a Sunday if you don’t feel sunny; (self quoted)
A view of late evening, from my office desk;
Its Sunday and I’m sitting in office with my team to wrap up some urgent tasks;
Evening is slowly converting into dark shades, over tree leafs and flowers;
I wish I could walk on grass, have sitting on chair and read some good book;
Well no worries, shadows and sunny’s are part of professional work;
Better luck for next Sunday; (:
Once attributed as mole on the face of Lahore, this masjid is still unique in its kind;
Masjid Wazir khan is famous for its extensive faience tile work. Built in seven years, starting around 1634–1635 AD, during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan. It was built by Hakim Shaikh Ilm-ud-din Ansari, a native of Chiniot, who rose to be the court physician to Shah Jahan and a governor of Lahore. (from wikipedia)
I have a visit of this masjid last month, and was just stunned when I saw its design and artwork; For me its far more beautiful then the Badshahi masjid of Lahore; You can see my photo shot of this masjid here;
Have you visited this place before? Please share your experience in comments;
You may also interested in
- Katasraj Temple, Chakwal Pakistan;
- Kamran’s Baradari, Lahore Pakistan;
- Tomb of Khan-e-Jahan Bahadur Jang Kokaltash – Lahore
- Anonymous Tomb Near Samanabad Lahore;
A sunny afternoon of mid May;
talk shalk with friends under tree;
Green grass is evenly covered with dry leafs and trees at corner are increasing their count,
as constant stream of air waves their branches;
Location: Galib market park, adjecent HEC building, Gulberg-3