Grand Corridor, by Sanak Roy Choudhury

Grand Mosque in Muscat,Oman is blessed with glimpses of the modern Islamic architecture at its best. This frequently photographed place still holds many unique frames to be framed and I always look for discernible frames whenever I plan my visit to this mosque. This was photographed on one of my such visits where I planned to capture both the grand corridor alongside the magnificent dome in synchronization.

Grand Corridor, by Sanak Roy Choudhury

Nikon D810 with 16-35mm | Exposure 3sec @ f/8 | Focal Length 22mm | ISO 100
Grand Corridor, by Sanak Roy Choudhury

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 14
Award Score: 68 (Value 13, Clarity 13, Composition 17.5, Style 12, Skill 12.5)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Grand Mosque, Muscat, Oman

Photographer: Sanak Roy Choudhury (Muscat, Oman) Registered
Sanak Roy Choudhury works as an clinical optometrist and research assistant at a reputed eye hospital in Oman. He likes to travel around and invariably loves capturing any interesting situation under any given circumstances. Although he was never very serious about photography his interest gradually started to convert to a passion which resulted him to acquire a DSLR on sept 2012. His baby steps started since then and slowly and steadily he started to understand the domain of photography and managed to grow immense interest in the fascinating world of photography. Sanak loves to class himself as an amateur and always strives to attain perfection on whatever he captures.
Today he has achieved many small recognition’s and managed to win several photography contests but his desire to learn and explore more remains a hunger to be fulfilled. Sanak does regret today after exploring to this splendid domain for missing some vital opportunities in his yesteryear’s of travel.

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