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Sleepy Frogs from the Dieng plateau
Lizard in the "cup lichen forrest"
A sunset behind Jama Masjid, Delhi
Feeding dogs after a holy dip
A old walnut tree
Promises Westward
The beauty of India
Antient turquise car in Havana
Slow Walk
Old man in the Havana
A Cuban man in front of a colorful building
The Red Taj Mahal
Man o war jellyfish
The Cuban beach
Vulture at sunrise
Bharal (1)
Antelope Canyon trekking
Unlimited Joy
Famous National hotel in Havana
the Potala Palace
She is not Mona Lisa
Iguana Portrait
Towards the top, he bends deeply.
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
The Red Taj Mahal

While not as majestic and intricate as the original white Taj Mahal, this one is actually a tomb of Colonel John William Hessing at a cemetery in Agra. It was commissioned and paid for by his wife in the early 19th century.

TAGS: Agra, India, Monument, Taj Mahal, Travel

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Date Taken: 09.2013
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