This is the most famous picture of Taj Mahal taken using HDR Photography. The picture was carefully timed to capture the hues of blue and red on either side of the Taj.
In this picture Taj Mahal is seen as a palace of the Kings with lush green lawns surrounding it. The blue sky and the clouds add to the beauty of the scene.
Here is a corner view of the Taj Mahal. The picture is processed in a way that the textures on white marble used to build the monument are quite visible.
Yet another corner view of the Taj Mahal. This picture was taken at sunset time as can be observed by the light falling on the Taj.
A stunning view of the Taj Mahal during dusk. All minarets and the textures of marble stone can be observed.
A grand view of Taj Mahal with its reflection observed in the waters.
A close-up view of Taj Mahal. AmazinglyÂ sculptedÂ white marble works and their textures. Also you can see the visitors enjoying the great monument standing so close.
Taj Mahal in broad daylight with dramatic clouds in the backdrop.
Taj Mahal seen reflecting in the Yamuna River on a foggy morning. It is a great experiencing cruising the Yamuna river on a traditional boat during sunrise time and watching the great monument of love.
A beautiful silhouette of Taj Mahal with the setting Sun in the backdrop. This picture makes it easy to count the minarets, ain’t it?
Yet another foggy morning picture of Taj Mahal reflections in Yamuna river.
A very special picture of Taj Mahal seen from a distance as a silhouette in golden rays of Sunrise.
Another close-up view of the great monument built out of love. Hats off to the architect who dreamed it.
Taj Mahal and its reflections in ripples. A picture taken from a traditional boat from across the Yamuna river.
Guess the specialty of this picture… It was apparently taken at almost the same (or slightly higher altitude) as the monument is standing. I think that makes it special.