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Thursday, October 18

Farah Mahbub

Farah Mahbub, an immensely talented photographer and a faculty member at Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, is from Pakistan. Her site is a delight - both visually and from a content perspective for people who are keen on photography.

Presenting here some of her photographic gems, focused on heritage architecture from India and Turkey:

Clock wise from top left: Detail from Delhi Red fort; Hauz Khas, Delhi; Red fort again

Ali Darwaza, Delhi; next two from Jami Masjid, Ahmedabad; Siddi Saiyad Mosque, Ahmedabad

From Turkey: Ysel Cami-Bursa; NurosmaniyeMosque; Suley maniyeMosque; Dolmabahce Palace

Cappadocia, Turkey; By the road side in Turkey; Lodhi Garden in Delhi; Busra, Turkey

[All images and information from Farah Mahbub]


erinn said...

what a great find. Spectacular architecture. Hopefully I will get to visit some of these places someday.

Terri said...

The picture on my post was a painting by Robert Genn, who is Canadian, I think...thanks for reminding me, as I forgot to put the reference!

What a gorgeous post...lovely photos and architecture. I need to catch up on more of your posts!!

Thanks for stopping by! Terri xo

Bhavna said...

Hello Erinn! It would be awesome to have you visit India! :)

Ah...so it's a painting! :-) Thanks Terri!
And welcome to An Indian Summer!

At home with Kim Vallee said...

Yesterday I ate in a more than delicious French restaurant in Montreal called La Porte (The Door). The name of the restaurant is in reference to a fabulous old door they purchased in Morocco. It has the same presence that the beautiful views you offered us. The architecture is splendid.

Holly Woods said...

Hi Bhavna,
Love your blog!!
All the unusual colors are so interesting and refreshing!!!!
We are friends through Terri:)

Bhavna said...

Thanks Kim!

Hello Holly! Glad you dropped by
:-)...visit me again!

Amber said...

Bhavna, what a treat it is to visit your blog! The turquoise door in Ahmedabad is particularly stunning!

Bhavna said...

Thanks Amber! :-)

rochambeau said...

The blue door calls me to enter. The pointy mountain rocks. So unusual and sacred. Farah Mahbub is a talented photographer!

Bhavna said...

She sure is, Constance...i was spell bound by the depth of some of her architectural photographs..

Do check out the mountain images on her site...she has a couple more there..

melissa @ the inspired room said...

These are amazing! The architecture is phenomenal. What a talented photographer!

Gillian @ Indigo Blue said...

Hey Bhavna dahling...love the one with the blue door.
Turkey is on my must see list. Istanbul could be on my horizon for next year. Keep your fingers crossed for me!
Delicious post, as usual.

Bhavna said...

Melissa, India abounds in absolutely fabulous heritage architecture :-)..and Farah has been able to capture snippets of it beautifully!

Bhavna said...

All fingers and toes crossed for you Gillian! That is going to be one dreamy trip.. :-)

Olivia Kroth said...

Hello bhavna,

those are beautiful photos. I visited the Red Fort in Delhi about thirty years ago and admired its splendid architecture. I have very good memories of India.


Bhavna said...

Hi Olivia! 30 years...India has changed so much since then ... but yes, the heritage architecture is still intact!
Thank you so much for visiting me...do drop by again! :)

volksfaden said...

Hi bhavna
what was it that Gandhi answered when asked what he thought about western civilization...it would be nice! your posts never cease to take my breath away!

fmahbub said...

Salaam Bhavna from across the border thank you for visiting my site and posting such wonderful comments. I really like your blog and the idea behind it.

Farah Mahbub

Bhavna said...

I will find that out Linda and let you know! :)

Bhavna said...

Namastey Farah! :-)

Glad you liked An Indian Summer...and it has been pleasure to showcase your absolutely stunning work..

paris parfait said...

Wow! These are absolutely stunning. Makes me want to get on a plane.

vineeta said...

Thanx for the brilliant discovery & the link. Will explore her site at leisure! U r a gem :)

Papa said...

I fully agree with Vineeta. You are a Gem.

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