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An infantry unit is said to have held office right above Col Baillie's dungeon. A cannon that rolled through a hole in the roof lies at the very spot till date - it being too heavy for someone to endeavor its restoration to its original place. The hole too; in the vein of leaving things untouched, has been left unrepaired.

Alternative title: A cannon shot with a Canon

Update: This picture has been voted Noteworhty under the Photofriday theme 'Weight'. A big THANKS to all who voted!
posted: 14.12.05

10 Comments

I saw a similiar cannon in elephenta caves, its much bigger than this if I am not wrong in estimation.

By Anonymous Sudhakar, at 15.12.05  



Smashing post!

By Blogger Avis, at 15.12.05  



>> A cannon shot with a Canon
lol. Awesome shot!

By Blogger Sharath MS, at 15.12.05  



Hey, was that shot in Srirangapatna?

By Anonymous Muthu Online, at 15.12.05  



So was there already a hole that the cannon fell through, or was it like the time I once fell on the floor in a friend's thrid floor apartment and had to be rescued from the second floor?

The roof looks like the cannon did the damage...

By Blogger Ink Spill, at 15.12.05  



Great snap!

By Blogger Sunil, at 15.12.05  



Hey Sudhakar, When I had visited Elephanta, I was too small to operate a camera :) - have neither memory nor pictures of the cannon there.

Thanks Avishek!

Thanks Sharath!

Hey Muthu, yup it was at Srirangapatna.

No idea Inky! Your guess is as good as mine. I have posited another theory in my next (and possibly last) cannon post.

Thanks Sunil!

By Blogger Deepak, at 20.12.05  



The arches are really cool, on the whole the picture, title are pretty cool!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 20.12.05  



damn good shot...I love the composition...really makes the picture pop!

By Anonymous Anil, at 20.12.05  



Thanks [Anonymous] and Anil!

By Blogger Deepak, at 27.12.05  


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