Details of a peony in full bloom.
A nice sunrise on Castle Harbour in Bermuda.
The highly anticipated and very expensive Oculus structure at the World Trade Center transportation hub is now open to the public. The Calatrava's designed $3.9 billion structure serves as connection between New Jersey's PATH trains and New York City's subways.
A tower of a Sikh temple in New Delhi, India.
Detail of a freight car in India.
Waves hitting the rock in Tucker's Town Beach, Bermuda.
One room inside the old Udaipur City Palace.
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Drying jeans at the Dhobi Ghat open-air laundry (the largest of the world) in Mumbai, India.
An empty walking arcade in Agra, India.
Morning on the Lake Palace
An early morning shot of the lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur, India.
Bees on a dahlia
Closeup of bees on an orange dahlia.
Onion and Peppers
A study of vegetables.
A detail of one of the golden domes at the Agra Fort, India.
Sunrise in Mumbai
Sunrise on the bay of Mumbai with the Gateway of India on the left.
Close shutters inside a room of the City Palace in Udaipur, India.
Empty Sky Memorial
Empty Sky is the official New Jersey September 11 memorial to the state's victims of the September 11 attacks on the United States. It is located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City at the mouth of Hudson River across from the World Trade Center site. Designed by Jessica Jamroz and Frederic Schwartz, it was dedicated on Saturday, September 10, 2011, a day before the tenth anniversary of the attacks. (Wikipedia)
Colorful boats on the Ganges River in Varanasi, India.
Old Train Station
The Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, also known as Communipaw Terminal and Jersey City Terminal, was the Central Railroad of New Jersey's waterfront passenger terminal in Jersey City, New Jersey. Millions of immigrants cleared at nearby Ellis Island, started their first journey in America from this station. (Wikipedia)
Lanterns on the floor of the Lake Palace in Udaipur, India.
A fishing boat in the low tide of Elephanta Island in the Mumbai Harbour.
A nice pink dogwood flower in NJ.
A brightly dressed woman washing clothes in a lake close to Udaipur, India.
Trying different colors on a palette.
The City Palace of Udaipur seen from the Lake Pichola.
Food for sale at the Jaipur Fort, India.
Under the umbrella
A decorated beach umbrella in Agra, India.
An oarsman rowing in the early morning on the Ganges River in Varanasi, India.
A bright smile
A bright smile of a gardener in the Agra Fort.
A green door in a house on the way to Agra, India.
Stuck in traffic
Taxis stuck in the heavy Mumbai traffic.
A warm fire brightens a cold winter day.
From the balcony
The balconies inside the Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai, India.
Boats stranded in the low tide of the Mumbai Bay in front of the Elephanta Island.
A rusted anchor on a ship anchored in the Mumbai Bay.
A marble colonnade in the Agra Fort, India.
Playing the ravenhatta
The ravenhatta is a bowed Indian fiddle that has a rich history and the instrument itself is quite ornate. It has jingle-bells attached to the long bow, and the bowl at the bottom is made of a cut coconut shell. To cover the opening, goat hide is stretched tight to the outer shell. Bamboo acts as the long neck of the instrument, while the strings are made of both steel and horse-hair. “Throughout the medieval history of India, kings were patrons of music; this helped in increased popularity of [the] ravanhatta among royal families. In Rajasthan and Gujarat, it was the first musical instrument to be learned by princes” (Wikipedia).
A blooming crocus signal the arrival of spring.
An auto rickshaw driver resting inside his cab.
Parked motorbikes in an alley in Udaipur, India.
Riding the bike
A farmer riding his bike in a field of mustard.
Spring is arrived
A blooming crabapple is signaling the arrival of spring.
A falling petal from a white tulip.
Inside the cherry blossom
A different processing for a cherry blossom closeup.
Modern Light Fixtures in a Delhi restaurant.
The beauty inside a white tulip.
An empty track in the the WTC PATH station in Manhattan, NY.
A rose next the the name of a victim of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. May they rest in peace and be always remembered.
Another view inside the Oculus structure at the World Trade Center transportation hub. The Calatrava's designed $3.9 billion structure serves as connection between New Jersey's PATH trains and New York City's subways.