Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Guardian Angles

For Geometry, We'll Study These Two Triangles


Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun. December 2007

Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON

23 comments:

jams o donnell said...

I love the strong colours and the sharp geometric shapes. Great shot

Hilary said...

You always bring up some good points.

Pretty Life Online said...

nice catch for WW! mine's up too hope you can drop by.

Bernie said...

Thanks for stopping by burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog. This is a really great shot, showing interesting lines, colour and depth! But, with studying them for geometry, what type are they? lol ;)

Have a great WW in the land down under my friend, and NSW IS the better State! :p

joan said...

Great title for this post--Guardian Angles! I've tried wordless wednesday before but I'm really bad at the wordless part. LOL Love your photos as always David.

Lucy said...

great triangles!

Celebration of Life said...

Diamonds in the rough.

SandyCarlson said...

Always you find the beautiful in the ordinary. This is wonderful.

Sandi McBride said...

Yes, I can see where they would be considered Guardian Angles (Angels) as they peer over the rooftop to the landscape below...very nice shot.
Sandi

Jules said...

Hi Dave
Nice to catch up with your blog again. I've been away a lot so have been out of the loop a bit. I was in Melbourne for a week in April - the week the temp hit 45 degrees I was so annoyed!!! I arrived with a suitcase full of winter woollies expecting icy winds and got winds off an oven. It really did spoil the holiday as it was too hot to do a lot of sight seeing so we sat in cool restaurants and shopped til we dropped!!!! Also went to the theatre and saw Rock n Roll which was fun. Will come back again when it is the dead of winter !!!

MamaGeek said...

I like the shot and LOVE the corresponding post title. VERY clever.

BarnGoddess said...

neat photo.......good color

Napaboaniya said...

Interesting perspective. Your roof top? :P

p/s: The flowers in my shot are called - Lantana (I heard from someone) I didn't know the name of the flower too. My flower knowledge is almost limited to the common ones sold at the florist.

quilly said...

You always have an angle.

Texas Travelers said...

Great title !

marcia said...

pretty reds

Lana Gramlich said...

The complimentary colors (orange vs. blue,) are eye catching, as well. Nice shot.

Maggie May said...

This picture some how or other reminds me of Madonna in her early years! Can't think why!

The Right Blue said...

I don't know which I like better -- the image or the title. Both are excellent.

Bobbie

CrazyCath said...

Great shot with strong lines and colours. Proof that there is maths in everything.

Seamus said...

Like mother's arched eyebrows! ;)

Lin said...

You've managed to peak my interest twice with that shot. Quite a water-shed of architecture there.

Mima said...

Love the triangles of red, highlighted with white against a brilliant blue sky - a really strong photo.