The Taj Mahal is mausoleum built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz who passed away after the birth of a child. Built during 1632- 1653 AD it is known to serve as a monument that reflects the love the emperor had for his wife.
I would love to take some portrait shots of the Vixen beauty who posed for this sculpture. 🙂
Here are some more pics I think are beautiful.
‘The city is such that the pupil of the eye has never seen a place like it, and ear of intelligence has never been informed that existed anything to equal it in the World.’
–Abdul Razaak,Persian Ambassador ,1443
The ruins at Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a window into a past drawing pilgrims, believers, archeologists and photographers.
Happy New Year fellow Pilgrims of Life!
Here’s hoping you hit the ground running this year, or take flight as the situation demands :).
The Big Ben on a very very cold winter morning. The London Eye can be seen in the background.
The Methodist Central Hall in London on a cold winter morning. I struggled to get this massive building in the frame.
The building is originally predominantly white, but under the winter sky it seemed to change to a dull blue-grey.