Travel Photography Photos tagged as lamp
I attended my friend Sumi's wedding in Nilambur this year. The Hindu wedding takes place on a stage at the front of a huge hall which is filled completely. Much payasam is consumed, fed to each of the happy couple by numerous family members as a blessing, amongst many other rituals to seal their marital bond. The stage is also rammed with photographers and videographers galore, all with studio flash setups and what looked like builders lamps for the videographers, which between them meant that the thousands of people watching in the hall didn't see all that much - they were highly intrusive, but all normal procedure it would seem. These coconut oil lamps that ran across the whole of the front of the stage provided an element of serenity to the proceedings. After the ceremony, the guests from the hall are allowed into the dining area - everyone is fed a traditional meal called Sadya, a variety of vegetarian preparations with rice, papadums, savouryu dried banan chips, salt-filled dried chillies, yoghurt, rasam (a type of soup), and payasam for dessert. It's delicious, and a favourite of most Hindus in the area, but I wasn't prepared for the cattle run when the door was opened, middle-aged women in beautiful saris who normally carry themselves with such stately calm were pushing others out of the way and climbing over each other to get through the door and get a good seat, and with about a thousand per sitting, you can imagine how that goes. I tried to get a shot, but was barged out of the way by the aforementioned ladies before I could get a shot I was happy with. I prefer to remember the calmer moments anyway.
This statue which can be found to the right of the entrance to the Grand Palais is just one of many which can be found on and around the building, along with an ornate lamp post in the foreground. Daily updates at www.eutouring.com/images_grand_palais.html
In this photo looking down the Pont Alexandre III in Paris you can see many of the ornate lamp posts which are found along the bridge as well as one of the golden statues onto of a pillar and finally with Les Invalides, and its Eglise du Dome roof, in the background. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com/images_pont_alexandre_iii.html
In this photo taken on the Pont Neuf you can see one of the ornate lamp posts which run along the bridge edge with a plaque beneath it with the River Seine being seen in the background.
I took this picture in North Dublin, Ireland, Autumn, 2012. Brilliant fuschia and an elaborately detailed Irish street lamp. It actually wasn't until I looked at the photo close up that I noticed the shamrock there!
From the Quechee Gorge Village website: "Danforth Pewter is a family-owned company that has been handcrafting pewter in Vermont for over thirty-five years. Reviving a 250-year family legacy, the artisans at Danforth’s Middlebury Vermont workshop blend traditional techniques with contemporary design to create heirloom-quality pewter oil lamps, vases, jewelry, key rings, ornaments, buttons, and gifts for babies and weddings."
Fine Pewter oil lamps made in Vermont by Danforth Pewter, available at the Quechee Gorge Village. Very nice stuff, but out of my price range ... until next trip.
This picture was taken in Clontarf, North Dublin, Ireland. Autumn, 2012. I've only ever seen hooded crows in Ireland. This one was content to stay on this street lamp, creepily still for a full five minutes, allowing me to capture the beautiful detail in its feathers.
Royal Palace (Det Kongelige Slottet), Oslo, Norway
This picture was taken by me Seema, during my trip the Paris, France.
Someone's home - the boat. Creative and eco-friendly.
Lamps, made of bottles on the barge
Head lamps at the ready
Statue of an angel in Gent
Head Lamp Action