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On a weekend photo tour of Pondicherry, I could not help but stop and admire the period architecture of the streets of White Town. I built up a whole collection on the French doors as I call it and a few of my favorites are showcased here. The bonus event was the Pondicherry Equestrian Challenge that was conducted at the outskirts of Pondy.

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French door 1SiestaSolitudeBusiness as usual!SiestaFrench door 2French door 3French door 4French door 5A study in yellow, black and whiteFrench door 6UntitledUntitledSunrise over the promenadeFrench door 7French door 8The gendarmes stand guard over the MahatmaInside Eglise de Notre Dame des Anges (The Church of Our Lady of Angels)Eglise de Notre Dame des Anges (The Church of Our Lady of Angels), PondicherrySunday fun!

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Nagesh Jayaraman(non-registered)
The doors series is just brilliant!! Love the way you have added 'life' to the pictures either by including a dog, a human or a cycle....
Sridhar Rao Chaganti(non-registered)
Great work, Rags! The doors were especially good. I like the way you were able to get in an extra element for added interest. The only thing is that I felt you should have made a separate set for the doors.
Sriram Janak(non-registered)
Just brilliant, Rags! especially the doors!
Parimal Pandit(non-registered)
Very nice! Some photos look like paintings
Gordon Longmead(non-registered)
When I first saw this it was with reference to a series of pictures on french doors. I recommend that you take a closer look. Question, When is a door not a door? When it is really a study of people but with a common theme applied. Animals excepted, this is a very good photographic study and may provide others with a template for similar adventures.

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