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Columns inside The Temple of Khnum at Esna. It was built of red sandstone, and its portico consisted of six rows of four columns each, with lotus-leaf capitals, all of which differ from each other.Oct. 2008 Esna, Egypt.
egypt, nile, temple, hdr, column, egyptian, esna, khnum
incredible capture and wonderful edit!!
Thank you for all your kind words!
– Roddy Atkinson
Thank you Antanas!
most excellent work :)
Thank you kindly! :)
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Thank you very much for the heads up Karen!
Beautiful light, color, composition and details. Excellent capture and description. Thanks for sharing with the Art of the Middle East group.
Thank you for the kind words, very much appreciated!
Wow, really impressive image, great work :)
Thank you very much Trish!
This is wonderful! I love the POV, the light and color, and the feeling of being in the presence of something ancient.
Thank you for the kind words Delany!
Brings back memories, great treatment too !
It’s a fabulous place, thank you very much!
Wow! What impressive architecture! Magnificent! Great pov and the colors are so rich and warm!
Thank you so much Joanne!
great capture and treatment Roddy!
Thank you very much Jenny!