This image has been shot at Jama Masjid’s courtyard, one of the largest masjid in Asia. In one of the corners of the huge courtyard the mosque’s caretakers spread grains for feeding pigeons. And one could see the flock of these birds giving a very beautiful aesthetic sense to this eloquent structure. I was hugely impressed by the pattern formed by these birds when they took vertical flights after sitting for some time around the grains.
Photographer:Vishal Arora (New Delhi, India) Registered
Vishal Arora was born in Banaras, UP, India. He accredits his passion of photography to his upbringing in Banaras only, as the city is a hugely popular travelling spot and also a religious and spiritual centre. He loves to see his work as more than just photographs and wants to convey his messages through them. Vishal enjoys doing travel photography, as he explains that the feeling of exploring a place in the process of clicking images is something that scintillates him. He works as a software engineer and likes devoting most of his free time to his loved hobby.
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