The Blue Mosque and other similar construction have made use of domes/ arches spanning in different directions creating a huge space below for the congregation of worshipers.
The Blue mosque thus show multiple circles on the roof which are really awesome.
I have also uploaded the original picture for comparison.
This is not to be missed if you are in Istanbul, Turkey.
I was happy to capture this monochromatic photo in the cistern using a compact camera without resorting to tripod.
The DP’s theme for this week is Half and Half.
Photographers talk about the rule of thirds.
Taking pictures half / half is usually not recommended.
The picture was taken in Bosporus, Istanbul Turkey.
We were heading back towards Istanbul on a vessel when the sun was setting, exerting its last rays of light before the whole sky darkened.
The sun was exerting its last rays of sunlight as our cruise of the Bosporus almost ended when approaching Istanbul.
The spires of the mosques were the most noticeable features in the whole skyline.
The clouds in the sky ensured that the warmth of the day was still there to stay.
Yes, warmth was all around!
Beautiful pictures are developed from negatives in a dark room. So if you see darkness in your life be reassured that a beautiful picture is being prepared.
The beautiful negative above is based on an image of the beach, palms, sky, islands etc. taken in Langkawi.
The original is also depicted.
In my view, negatives can be as beautiful as originals.