Today's blog post features award-winning blogger
Atul Maharaj, who writes about his experience in the Kartarpur corridor, and crossing the Indo-Pak border on foot!
At the historic town center of Hyderabad, we see the medieval Qutb Shahi architecture juxtaposed with Asaf Jahi architecture from a hundred years ago.
The arch you see on the left of this picture was built in 1591 CE, while the stone buildings you see on the right was built in 1911 CE. Both are connected, visually as well as functionally, by the modern road and divider.
So apparently the way to learn drawing is to fill a page with circles. I filled it up with random stone shapes. Using some of my #fountainpens