Abstract photography can sometimes be very satisfying. Especially when you find something symmetrical like a grill and you can create multitude of shapes, gradients and forms out of it.
Just fyi, this is around Qutub Minar.
Towards the entrance of Qutub Minar, this structure stands tall as if a reminder of an era where guards would stand here and protect the premises. As the evening turns into night, the glow of sodium lamps creates an eerie feeling as if it is a haunted house!
As the evening falls and the light of Sun goes out, the glow in the backdrop causes the shadows to form strange patterns that blur the boundaries between the Man and Mother Earth.
This one was shot just before it went dark around Qutub Minar. The sodium lamps are on, the natural light is not yet out creating an eerie feeling around the place.
Qutub Minar is a sight to behold in the evening. The glow created by the sodium lamps creates such amazing shadows that it is a photographer’s delight to shoot in the area at that hour.
This one captures some ruins around the main tower. Guess how many people are there in this photo?