Shadows and Lights with Rhythm

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“What reinforces the content of a photograph is the sense of rhythm – the relationship between shapes and values.”
(Henri Cartier-Bresson – French photographe, 1908–2004)

This picture was shot inside Ali Isa Khan Niazi’s tomb who was in the court of Sher Shah Suri during his short reign.
It is at the entrance of the Mughal Emperor Humayun’s Tomb complex in Delhi.
The jali (latticed screen) provided a game of shadows and lights dancing on the wall with a sense of rhythm…

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