Architecture,  Delhi

Black-and-white Delhi

Turning India black-and-white is a daring task. One of the reasons India is often called a photographer’s paradise is the vibrant colors it has to offer. However, I’ve decided to experiment a bit and turn some of the photos monochromic. Well, here are the results – there is a completely different feel to black-and-white Delhi. It’s vintage, restrained and thoughtful.

This post is completely visual – there is nothing to say, actually, the photos speak for themselves. Enjoy!

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The President's Palace
The President’s Palace
At the entrance of a showy touristic shop
At the entrance of a showy touristic shop
Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar close up
Qutub Minar close up
Black-and-white me :)
Black-and-white me 🙂
IT wouldn't be me if I didn't include flowers :)
IT wouldn’t be me if I didn’t include flowers 🙂
Lotus temple
Lotus temple
Red Fort
Red Fort
Red Fort domes
Red Fort domes
Red fort arches
Red fort arches
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