“The lights and shades, whose well-accorded strife gives all the strength and color of our life.”
— Alexander Pope
@photo_pond @insta_photography_club @official_photographers_hub @photographers.team @indian.photography @indiatravelgram @india.clicks @india_lens @everydayindia @yourshot_india @colours.of.india @indiapictures @shotinindia @keralaphotos @kerala_snapss @moodygram_kerala @nte_keralam @instaindia1
The taj is one monument that defines agra. It generates the largest amount of tourism revenue for our entire country. The chaar dhaams are second, though nowhere near it. A sordid aftermath of having a giant such as this is that people, to some extent, miss the other gems embedded in our city. I hope I'll be able to capture them and share them with you.
This photo, for instance is clicked from mehtaab bagh, a garden built in the mughal style and on the bang opposite side of the taj. The river yamuna demarcates the two.
#wonder#agra#up80#travel#travel_diaries#monument#india_gram#india_lens#canon#dawn#mehtaab bagh #tajmahal#mehtaab_bagh
This rainbow streak coincidentally made its way into this photo- adding a bit more color to a scene the way this country does in every single way. A year ago, I didn't even know this region existed. Of course I knew about India and had for over a decade ever since I fell into a deep fascination with the country when I was 10. However, it never ocurred to me that such landscapes were a part of the sub continent, or that they would become my favorite. As much as I hope to visit it in the future, I am thankful every single day that we chose to end this trip in this magical, indescribable place rather than Vietnam.