Sunday, February 5, 2017

Classic

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Though no longer being used as a ferry this classic ferry is still of use for holding exhibitions.
Photography during 6th Jeevan Kite and River Festival, Guwahati, Assam

Linking to: Black and White Weekend


Linking to: Through My Lens

19 comments:

Haddock said...

That should have been a huge boat once.
Must visit this place sometime.

Dragonstar said...

That's a lovely idea! A great place to use as a centre and a fine reuse of the ferry.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful photo.

magiceye said...

Good use of the old ferry!

Alok singhal said...

Good to know this...beautifully captured too!

Cloudia said...

I so enjoy your sharings, Rupam

Antonia said...

Wow! Very impressive! Good idea to provoke "a new life" for this ferry.

NatureFootstep said...

Exhibitions! Great use of the old and beautiful ferry :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'm glad it's still being used Rupam.. and as a gallery, too cool!

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder said...

It seems the ferry still holds its ancient charm which has been accentuated by using B&W for the capture...very nicely done... :-)

Yogi Saraswat said...

Better utilization !!

Birgitta said...

Beautiful photo of that ferry!

rupam sarma said...

@Haddock Thanks a lot :)

@Dragonstar Glad you like, Thank you :)

@Robert Nicolaescu Thanks lot :)

@magiceye Thanks a lot :)

@Alok singhal Glad you like the click, Thank you.

@Cloudia Thanks a lot :)

@Antonia Thanks a lot :)

@NatureFootstep Yes :) Thank you :)

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@Maniparna Sengupta Majumder Thanks a lot :)

@Yogi Saraswat Glad you like , Thank you :)

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~ Have a nice week ahead ~

Shanx said...

Love the capture.

D.Nambiar said...

Such a great idea to keep the ferry still very alive and kicking. :) Nice shot as always, Rupam.

Ranjana's craft blog said...

It is so huge! Lovely capture.

Abhijit Ray said...

Beautiful capture in black and white. These old structures take you back in time.

rupam sarma said...

@Shanx Thanks a lot :)

@D.Nambiar Thanks a lot :)

@Ranjana's craft blog Thanks a lot :)

@Abhijit Ray Glad you like, Thank you :)

Tales of Travelling Sisters said...

Must say, she is a rustic beauty! :)