This is really wonderful remains. How happy will I be if I can really watch this? I can take a trip to the world thanks to your blog. Thank you for showing beautiful scenery.
beautiful !!! ~ laura
What a mighty fortress this must have been Jose and to think that after all these years, it is still standing. Magnificent shots.
These photos are just wonderful. I'll be visiting Jaisalmer next month. I am sure the trip will be too good :)Dagdusheth Ganpati
Love you Jose, for a post on Incredible India once again... *Hugs*Poetry in Stones Part one at My TravelogueMy Travelogue, Savoir-Faire
India is always a very special destination for travellers...
Absolutely amazing. How did you get those two middle pictures - from a helicopter?Can't imagine living in a walled town awaiting at any moment an enemy attack!
This is fantastic! We've all seen walled cities, but I don't think I've ever seen one like this that looks like the towers are sitting in a sand dune.
WOW! That fortress looks amazing, standing on a rock like that. It must be pretty huge too!
That's so interesting and mysterious place!Léia
Incredible how we have visited the same places ! I was in jaisalmer last year and yes it's a wonderful city !
These are wonderful! I love this blog. :-)I wanted also to tell you how much I enjoyed the Alexander Calder post on your other blog (blogger makes it impossible for me to leave a comment). What an incredible exhibition space that is. The light is gorgeous.Have a lovely weekend,Gina
You're certainly a well-traveled man, JM. That undulating wall is remarkable and I don't know why Americans don't invest more in the aesthetics of living. Thanks for sharing that.
I watched 25 Ponte de Abril. It is a bridge beautiful very great. Thank you for teaching it.
So all those are cannonballs?! That is a lot of firepower!
this looks like a very interesting place to visit. we did not make it to this architectural place. very nice set of photos.
Post a Comment