Hemakuta Hill, Hampi
Tom Arne Hanslien
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Pearl
While cycling around the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi we had just scaled the short but steep Hemakuta Hill and being a bit out of breath we parked up the bikes and went for a wander - Hampi is so dense with ancient ruins that wherever you go you will find some old temples and shrines. As we were resting by a pond I saw this woman sitting in some of the ruins looking out over the centre of Hampi. I thought the scene looked so peaceful as she looked very pensive and contemplative so took a photo, that turned out to be one of my favourites.
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Beautifully Giclée printed on Hahnemuhle Pearl paper - a slightly textured 285 gsm. semi-gloss paper which holds more detail with punchier colours than a matt paper, whilst maintaining a illustrative/ painted feel.
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