India from Slides prt15: The Chennakesava Temple in Somnathpur prt2

Interior1

Interior1 | digitized from slide

Inside the temple it was dark, with some artificial light. In stead of 12.800 ISO and Auto-whitebalance I only had 400 ASA daylight-slide-film I could use… Very good for the mythical atmosphere, i must say 😉

Interior2

Interior2 | digitized from slide

Incredible Sculpture prt8

Incredible Sculpture prt8 | digitized from slide

Incredible Sculpture prt9

Incredible Sculpture prt9 | digitized from slide

Incredible Sculpture prt10

Incredible Sculpture prt10 | digitized from slide

Ceilingdetail1

Ceilingdetail1 | digitized from slide

Ceilingdetail2

Ceilingdetail2 | digitized from slide

Ceilingdetail3

Ceilingdetail3 | digitized from slide

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7 comments
  1. Björn said:

    Your comments are certainly a vivid reminder about how fortunate we are these days, yet even without all this expensive technology, we where able to produce compelling images. I especially like the image with the silhouetted columns. The depth and light are amazing. Cheers my friend.

    • Thanks amigo! Those columns were almost entities with a soul. Cheers!

  2. Malin H said:

    I say: Beautiful images from the inside – thanks for the tour 🙂
    Stunning details…

    • I say: Thanks! It’s fun to re-live this after so many years and it is great that you, and others are enjoying these posts; I almost threw away these slides a couple of years ago; as over-time-junk. Glad I didn’t. 🙂

      • Malin H said:

        I say: Oh! I’m glad too that you didn’t throw them away.

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