Photo Hunt #20: Wide


Ahsan-Manzil, originally uploaded by airam94564.

This theme had me stumped. I was going to stretch the theme to suit what picture I had in my post for today. Eventually, I settled on reposting the Ahsan-Manzil with its wide staircase.

Happy hunting and enjoy the weekend every one.

Comments

  1. I definitely think that works.. those are very wide stairs!!!!!

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  2. Hmm... I wonder if there is such a big crowd utilizing that WIDE stairs. Haha :P

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  3. What a beautiful building. And the stairs ARE very wide so it's perfect! Happy weekend.

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  4. I had to find out where this was.. Bangladesh I now know. Stairs are wide and there's of them!

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  5. Ooop'' meant to say "... there's lots of them!"

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  6. What a pretty red the brick of the building, very unusual. And the stairs, how many are there?

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  7. Seasons greetings to you and may all your wishes come true from bowledover.
    I would love to climb that stair case and enter the wonderful building. Great picture thank you for sharing.
    Thank you for your visit and kind comments.
    IT problems still apply today.

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  8. I think this is a great photo for the theme! This week was kinda hard for me too. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great weekend!

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  9. That's a wonderful shot! Happy weekend

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  10. Ahhh, that made me think of the Spanish Steps in ROme. Great photo!

    Have a good weekend. :)

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  11. Beautiful building... the shade of pink is quite interesting.

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  12. Wide - as wide as my imagination. I think your interpretation should be spot-on. Fancy pink house in Bangladesh.

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  13. fits the theme very well, Beautiful building!

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  14. luv the sharp color...sa bangladesh ba 'to?

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  15. Real wide stairway, and going up and down there everyday will definitely train some leg muscles :P

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  16. Those are the widest stairs I've ever seen! Maybe a lot of pilgrims go there regularly.

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  17. I have to be honest. Didn't imagine such a beautiful building in Bangladesh. Thanks for bringing it to my/our attention! :)

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  18. That's a sweet pink building! I would love to go inside!

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  19. I think it's lovely. It's one of the widest stretch of stairs I've ever seen.

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  20. Beautiful image of the stairs and architecture. This fits your theme really well.

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  21. wow, i havent seen a church with steps like those!!! very nice

    mine is here:

    http://butcholle.blogspot.com/2008/12/ph-wide.html

    and here
    http://clarkph.com/?p=315

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  22. A wide staircase indeed Maria. You captured it with a great angle!
    Have a nice weekend.

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  23. That is a very beautiful buidling. Yes, the stairs are indeed wide, maybe the stairs were there for thousands of people during ancient times.

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  24. simply beautiful. i love it. happy holidays PC.

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  25. Definitely wide. Reminds me of the staircase leading to the Ruins of St. Paul's in Macau.

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  26. That's a great shot and a very wide staircase indeed. Hope you have a happy weekend.

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  27. Great Architecture and well taken!

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  28. I can go up and down the stairs to try and lost some weight, haha! XD

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  29. Works for me! A grand, wide staircase, indeed!

    I think the holiday stress is getting to me - mine's a little dark and quirky, this week.

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  30. And there seems to be too few people using it....Love the color of the building, very much like Venice but different architecture. Have a happy weekend!

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  31. Perfect catch for today's theme , mine's up too hope you can visit. Happy weekend!

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  32. Lovely building. Our friends just came back from two years in Bangladesh. Interesting, but not so great for a young family.

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  33. Looks a bit like the Pink Fort in Jaipur(?)

    I'm guessing a bunch of people could fit on those steps!

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  34. Great photo! Wishing you a Merry Christmas.

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  35. amazing structure. Looks to me like a place perfect for coronation of kings and queens.

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  36. I think this is a great choice!

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  37. Wow, GREAT photo!!! Perfect for wide.

    I did Photo Hunter today, too. I hope you can visit, and leave your link.

    http://newyorktraveler.net/photo-hunters-wide/

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  38. Does fit the bill, if you ask me. How wide was the building itself?

    Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo. Enjoy your weekend!


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  39. In this photo the white sky draws attention to me. The color of the building is very showy!

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  40. Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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