30 Beautiful Examples of Taj Mahal Photography

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Taj Mahal is the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements from Persian, Turkish and Indian architectural styles. The Taj Mahal is widely recognized as “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.
Taj Mahal is considered as a symbol of love for everyone. It was buit by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his beautiful wife, Mumtaj Mahal.

Today I am going to showcase some really beautiful examples of Taj Mahal Photography done by artists around the world.
Check out the complete list of 30 Beautiful Example of Taj Mahal Photography.

 

Taj Mahal at Sunrise 1

Taj Mahal at Sunrise 1

 

Mesmerized by Beauty

Mesmerized by Beauty

 

Taj Mahal 5

Taj Mahal 5

 

Solitude – Taj Mahal

Solitude - Taj Mahal

 

Taj Mahal, Agra

Taj Mahal, Agra

 

Taj Mahal / India / 2010


Taj Mahal  India  2010

 

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

 

The Floating Palace of Taj

The Floating Palace of Taj

 

the banks of the Yamuna river

the banks of the Yamuna river

 

The Taj Mahal in India

The Taj Mahal in India

 

Taj ^_^

Taj ^_^

 

Sunrise with Taj Mahal

Sunrise with Taj Mahal

 

The Taj at Sunrise

The Taj at Sunrise

 

Monument of Love

Monument of Love

 

Visiting Taj Mahal

Visiting Taj Mahal

 

Taj at night

Taj at night

 

Taj Mahal PP000676

Taj Mahal PP000676

 

Taj

Taj

 

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

 

Taj Mahal 1

Taj Mahal 1

 

Taj Mahal 2

Taj Mahal 2

 

Taj Mahal 3

Taj Mahal 3

 

Taj Mahal 4

Taj Mahal 4

 

Taj Mahal BW

Taj Mahal BW

 

The Taj

The Taj

 

The Taj 1

The Taj 1

 

Incredible India

Incredible India
Taj Mahal morning time

Taj Mahal morning time

 

Taj Mahal 6

Taj Mahal 6

 

Taj Mahal 7

Taj Mahal 7

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  • 44Edward

    The B&W image with sole man meditating is by this photographer……I received an email this morning from Saudi Arabia-born photographer Thamer Al-Tassan who wanted to show us his beautiful photos of the Taj Majal. Reading through his website, I found out that Al-Tassan is a self-taught photographer who “fell into photography by chance in 2004” and who learned everything he knows not by taking classes or reading books but by studying the photos of others on the Internet. After five years of experience, he was awarded the title “Travel Digital Photographer of the Year” by Digital Photographer magazine. I’m always inspired by people like Al-Tassan who make that giant leap of faith (he has a BA in Computer Information Systems), who have the passion and discipline to learn on their own and carve their own creative path.

    His Taj Majal photos are glorious, the way he captures shadows, movement and light incredible. I particularly enjoyed the interesting angles he shoots from.

    I asked Al-Tassan if he wouldn’t mind sharing the story behind this series.

    “My trip to India was in the humid summer of 2008 to photograph street life in New Delhi and, ultimately, the Taj Mahal. Getting to Agra itself was a real adventure and an eye-opener to a simple culture I have not experienced before. As usual, there are a lot of tourists and locals at the Taj Mahal, so my goal at that moment was to try to find new perspectives and the wide angle lens helped me a lot! I took a couple of photos near the fountains and some near and inside the mosque.

    “The morning after, I went to the other side of the Yamuna river and found a boy with his camel. I gave him a tip to take a stroll with his camel in the river and took some photos of them with the Taj Mahal in the background. I’m very proud of this series as it shows an artistic perspective on a widely photographed monument.”

  • Edward Po

    Solitude, the fourth from top, by http://www.thameraltassan.com/