This morningÂ whileÂ IÂ was looking through Stuck in CustomsÂ I noticed Trey has posted a great pictureÂ of the crowds approaching the Taj Mahal. That reminded me of aÂ shot I took early morning at the Taj also through one of the doors. Not much to tell you aboutÂ itÂ except thatÂ this one, as opposed to most of my shots, it’s not an HDR and the processing was minimal. Just a couple of curves here and there, but I kinda like it. Also,Â if you want to seeÂ more of my shots from India I posted someÂ here.
As the year is coming to an end, the planning for next year is in full swing and it looks like it will be a busy one. There will be a lot of traveling to some new places, with quite a few more photography tours and adventures being confirmed. As you can imagine, organizing a photography tour...
As I mentioned in my previous post, this is a scheduled post and if all went well today we should be starting our 5 day drive from Kathmandu to Lhasa passing at times heights of over 5000m. I will try and tweet at least once a day from the road if my mobile has any signal so if you're interested you can follow me
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