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Lonely Hut Website: http://www.anticlocktimes.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anticlocktimes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AntiClockTimes Well, this picture shot in the same day and the same location which was shot after vertical composition. Here I like the empty space over the right side of the hut and tree, I don't shoot empty space in my picture, every time before I photograph I make sure whether am I keeping frame balanced in every aspect, but here the empty space isn't empty, it has textures, colours, patterns and more beauty where nature can able to show in uniqueness, and also I don't want to neglect this frame as if this shot was made intentionally after all. #nikonasia #Dusk #Chennai #uthukottai #nikontop #water #sky #Paddy #watercolour #Mountains #reflection #Trees #agriculture #landscape #nature #landscapephotography #naturescape #colors #orange #photography #Hut #earthsky #earthlocation #yourshot #natgeo #sand #Clouds

Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio Palenque (Spanish: [pa'leŋke] (meaning “fortification”); Yucatec Mayan: Bàakʼ /ɓàːkʼ/) was a Maya city state in what is now Chiapas, Mexico that dates from circa 226 BCE to c. 799 CE. After its decline, the site was re-absorbed into the jungle, but has since been extensively excavated and restored. Much of Palenque's history has been pieced together from a deciphering of the hieroglyphic inscriptions on the many monuments, and historians now have in-depth understanding of the city-state's interplay with other rival city states. Here photographed whilst on assignment for National Geographic Magazine, El Palacio (the Palace), which comprises a complex of interconnected buildings and courtyards, constructed over a 400-year period. The buildings were used by the Maya elite for ritual, administrative functions and entertainment. The complex was equipped with numerous saunas and large baths, which were supplied with fresh water by an intricate water system. When the Spanish arrived in Chiapas in the 16th century, Palenque had been largely abandoned and the region was very sparsely populated. Fr. Pedro Lorenzo de la Nada was the first European to present a description of the ruins which he named Palenque, and according to his early accounts, the stone structures were still stucco-rendered and painted blue and red. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @simonnorfolkstudio @natgeo #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #mexico #mayaworld #mayanworld #yucatan #history #heritage #worldheritage #worldheritagesite #archaeology #mayaruins #mayanruins #igtravel #visualarchitects #lighting #dusk #palenque #pyramid #pyramid #chiapas

Tonight's sunset as we were headed home after watching Jurassic World. I almost thought I was seeing magma flowing from our mountains. Incredible shot considering I was in the backseat of a moving car. #perfecttiming #sunset #dusk #americanflag #flagsatsunset #onthefly #greatendings #beautifulskies #allthingsdenotethereisagod #