Shot on OnePlus June

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  1. G_George__Craggs_HDUE
    Cupcake Jun 22, 2019

  2. Mats VP
    Donut Jun 22, 2019

  3. TAM305
    Donut Jun 22, 2019

  4. arkedk
    Froyo Jun 22, 2019

    arkedk , Jun 22, 2019 :





    Some of the photos I took on my op6t this month #ShotOnOnePlus #Copenhagen

  5. Leal G
    Cupcake Jun 22, 2019

    Leal G , Jun 22, 2019 :
    Hi I will share some pictures took. in Brooklyn of the Verrazano bridge.




  6. Meloc94
    Froyo Jun 22, 2019

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  7. crp382
    Eclair Jun 23, 2019

    crp382 , Jun 23, 2019 :

    Shot on: OnePlus 6T
    Location: Flatiron building, Manhattan, New York

    The reflection of the magnificent Flatiron building was looking absolutely amazing on this bright sunny day. Sat down and got close to the water to get a nice view. Edited using Snapseed and Adobe Lightroom.

  8. I1543689837493
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2019

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  9. D1535365363263
    Donut Jun 23, 2019

    D1535365363263 , Jun 23, 2019 :
    Picture was taken on 4th March 2019

    shot on One Plus 5

    on Bike Trip to Alwar
    Place: Haryana

    edited with: Snapseed
    HDR & Balancing

    Bike in Picture: Royal Enfield Thunderbird X white

  10. AMartin1219
    Donut Jun 23, 2019

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    Donut Jun 23, 2019

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    Donut Jun 23, 2019

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  13. Discostu
    Jelly Bean Jun 23, 2019

    Discostu , Jun 23, 2019 :
    A couple more shots from this earlier this month that I have gotten around to doing stuff with, these were all taken on my 6T.

    Sunrise framed by trees looking at Mt Nelse from the ski resort, Falls Creek in Victoria, Australia. Taken with the "2x zoom" option on the 6t in auto mode, edited in Lightroom for mobile:
    Sunrise from another perspective, looking down the Kiewa Valley from Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia. Taken via auto mode on my 6t and edited in Lightroom for mobile:
    A snowy morning walking around the village at Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia. Looking down the stairs that lead to some accommodation. Taken in auto mode on my 6t and edited in Lightroom for mobile:
    Just a nice night scene on a walk home in my city of Melbourne, Australia on a chilly winters evening. Taken in "night mode" on my 6t and edited in Lightroom for mobile. I tried to clean up the image a bit as it is quite "water painting" - like, however there was only so much I could do to it. I might try and re-shoot this with using different settings another time.

  14. Dhiraj Arora
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2019

  15. Akhil_Sarang_Akzz_XGCv
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2019

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  16. romancheung
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2019

    romancheung , Jun 23, 2019 :
    This is one of the most beautiful sunsets I've ever seen. look at the 4 different colours in the sky, pink and blue above the clouds, and yellowish orange and green below them!

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  17. thephotogenic_bug
    Eclair Jun 23, 2019

    thephotogenic_bug , Jun 23, 2019 :
    Transition from Golden hour to Blue hour.
    Who else love chilling by the sunset?

    Shot on OnePlus 6.
    Edited on Lightroom mobile and Snapseed.

  18. J1558734693352
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2019

  19. Kamaraj Manoharan
    Donut Jun 23, 2019

    Kamaraj Manoharan , Jun 23, 2019 :
    Ancient Marvel Captured with Techno Marvel
    Shot on OnePlus 6t


    Ariyalur is best known for the Gangaikondacholisvarar temple in Gangaikondacholapuram, the biggest temple constructed during the reign of Rajendra–I in Ariyalur region. Following the conquest of the Gangetic plains in A.D. 1023 Rajendra–I built a great city called Gangaikondacholapauram and a Siva temple Gangaikondacholisvarar and a lake Chola Gangam in commemoration of his victory. The place, the temple and the lake (Chola Gangam) are the living embodiments of the heroism of the Tamils who unfurled the Chola‘s Tiger flag on the banks of the River Ganges. He also shifted his capital from Thanjavur to this newly built town. From his period to the end of the Chola family rule in A.D.1279 this city was the capital for the Chola Empire for a period of 256 years. The gigantic stone temple which he built in this place is rich repository of beautiful sculptures of middle Chola period. This city is celebrated in the literature of Muvar ula of Ottakuttar and Kalingattuparani of Jayankondar.

    Rajendra’s Gangetic expedition was over by his 11th regal year (A.D.1023). The earliest reference which mentions the city of Gangaikondacholapuram is a record of A. D. 1027 of him. Hence it is evident that the city was built in memory of his great victory between A.D. 1023 and 1027. The recently discovered Esalam Copper plates of A.D. 1036 of Rajendra–I give concrete evidence that he built the Gangaikondacholisvarar temple. Another record of A.D. 1068 of Virarajendra in Gangaikondacholapuram which is the earliest record in the temple mentions about the grant of villages to the Gangaikondacholisvarar temple by Rajendra-I in his 24th year (A.D. 1036). These evidences indicate that the siva temple was built between A.D. 1023 and 1036 although the earliest extant record in this big temple belongs to A. D. 1068 of Virarajendra.

    This temple is a living history of the Cholas in stone from the period of Rajendra-I and a beautiful gallery of Chola art and architecture. Many sculptures brought from Andhra, Karnataka and Bengal as war trophies are also preserved in the temple and in the nearby villages. Chandesura Anugraha Murthy and Sarasvathy are the most beautiful sculptures of the temple.

    At present it is under the control of ASI and the HR&CE and recently the UNESCO declared the temple as one of the world heritage monument.
























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  20. montysir
    Donut Jun 23, 2019