Travel Photography Photos tagged as clay
Clay Artist at Kumar tuli : Kolkata(India).
Here are some red clay tiles on top of a building on the top of the hill in Cerro de Monserrate. My friend took this here after asking to take me to a place she likes to go.
3000 years old sever story step well excavated in gujarat, india. it was constructed for the purpose of water storage. gujarat is having vast frequency of step wells. there are so many step wells in gujarat. step wells are unique heritage of gujarat. you will never find step wells in any other state of india. Location: Patan, Gujarat, India
3000 years old step well In India
Lantern at India Gate and behind is the tomb of the unknown soldier. Two very famous landmarks in Delhi.
On the side of the famous India Gate in Delhi is this shape.
BIRDING clay honey creeper
BIRDING tanager clay robin at the fruit feeder
This shot (taken from a crouched stance) shows the terrain soldiers faced when arriving at ANZAC Cove. They had to use their bayonets to pull themselves up the slopes, before digging trenches - while dealing with freezing weather and gun / shellfire. Sheesh!
Located in southeastern Iran, 200 kilometers south of Kerman, the ancient city of Arg-e-Bam is made entirely of mud bricks, clay, straw and the trunks of palm trees. The city was originally founded during the Sassanian period (224-637 AD) and while some of the surviving structures date from before the 12th century, most of what remains was built during the Safavid period (1502-1722). During Safavid times, the city occupied six square kilometers, was surrounded by a rampart with 38 towers, and had between 9000 and 13,000 inhabitants. Bam prospered because of pilgrims visiting its Zoroastrian fire temple (dating to early Sassanian times) and as a commercial and trading center on the famous Silk Road. Upon the site of the Zoroastrian temple the Jame Mosque was built during the Saffarian period (866-903 AD) and adjacent to this mosque is the tomb of Mirza Naiim, a mystic and astronomer who lived three hundred years ago. Bam declined in importance following an invasion by Afghans in 1722 and another by invaders from the region of Shiraz in 1810. The city was used as a barracks for the army until 1932 and then completely abandoned. Intensive restoration work began in 1953 and continued till the earthquake. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ For more information, please click http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bam,_Iran