A funky, modified "cargo" bike sits against a wall just outside the Taj Mahal in Agra.
agra - fort shadows
This picture shows a tiny fellow in relation to the gradiose monument.
agra - red fort - details
agra - red fort - down the corridor
Late afternoon sun bounces off of the red sandstone at the Red Fort of Agra.
Long shadows caught my eye within the Red Fort of Agra.
agra - red fort - step into the light
Sun shines through the front door of the Red Fort of Agra.
Sun shines through the front door of the Red Fort of Agra - black and white.
Exquisite arches at Diwan-I-Am within the Red Fort of Agra are pierced by the late afternoon sun - black and white.
The Red Fort of Agra's beautiful architectual arches as seen through a long lens. - Diwan-I-Am
Exquisite arches at Diwan-I-Am within the Red Fort of Agra are pierced by the late afternoon sun. This part of the fort is known at the Hall of Public Audience and was used to speak to people. It also housed the Peacock Throne.
This bridge crosses over a moat, which surrounds the entrance to the Red Fort of Agra.
The setting sun beams powerfully through the private rooms within the Red Fort of Agra.
Shahnaz gazes at a nearby river through the marble lattice-work from within the Red Fort of Agra.
Amazing period details grace the ceilings, walls, and archways of the Red Fort of Agra.
Sunlight beams through a window in the fort and grazes the gardens within. - Red Fort of Agra
Exquisite archway detailing throughout the Red Fort of Agra.
A silhouette of the front gates of the Red Fort of Agra with a blue hue.
agra - taj - corridor
A trio of monks make their way through the gardens that lead up to the Taj Mahal. - Agra, India
Looking up at one of the four towers that are on the corners of the Taj Mahal. - Agra, India
The back side of the Taj is silhouetted against late afternoon sun. - Agra, India
The Taj as admired from the adjacent gardens and green terraces. - Agra, India
The Taj as seen from head-on, looking down a reflecting pool. - Agra, India
The Taj as seen from Emporer Shah Jahan's prison cell within the Red Fort of Agra, just up the river.
The grounds around the Taj are full of interesting passageways and corridors. This is one of them. - Agra, India
This is the back and side of the Taj, as seen from standing at the base of one of the four corner towers. - Agra, India
This is the back door of the Taj Mahal. - Agra, India
This is the back and side of the Taj as seen from standing at one of the four corners. The sun backlit the scene for a dramatic brightening effect.
Monks exit the Taj grounds. - Agra, India
The Taj stands bold and the reflections grace one of the pools. - Agra, India
The detailing of the Taj Mahal's marble exterior is nothing short of breathtaking. - Agra, India
A dancer puts on a show at Amber Fort in Jaipur.
Bride and Groom meet under the mundap at a family wedding in Mumbai.
A crowded bus is no challenge for these guys. They catch a lift on the top. This is a common scene throughout India.
In the Pink City of Jaipur, we claim a rickshaw late at night to head back to the hotel.
delhi - another photographer
In New Delhi, the Humayun Tomb is seen through a doorway.
This guy busted me taking his photo with a long lens in Delhi, India.
delhi - front door
The front door of a shack at Qutub Minar in New Delhi.
Gandi's Memorial in New Delhi, India.
The grounds at the Humayun Tomb in New Delhi, India.
A man stands on the side of the road in New Delhi.