A magnificent Mughal complex entrance known as Akbar’s Tomb in Agra
A nice shot of the Taj Mahal in the early morning, I shot this using a composite technique, by merging 20+ sequential shots in a row. Not only do you get a massive photo but more importantly you eliminate angular distortion caused by wide angle lenses!
No matter how many times you visit a location you can still find new ways to photograph it, here is a new shot taken of the dome of the rock.
I spent Christmas in one of my favourite places in the world, Jerusalem. Here is a shot of the interior of the Dome of the Rock.
I am very proud to tell everyone that my Jordan book finally launches this week!
Titled A Map and a Lens Jordan the book is a large 364 page Bi-lingual book (English-Arabic)
that contains over 230 full colour images from 130 different locations around the Kingdom.
For more information here is link: https://www.mapandlens.com/amaaljordan-book
If you are interested in buying a copy you can buy it on amazon here:
The majestic Taj Mahal reflected in one of its many surrounding pools.
The magnificent entrance to the Fatehpur Sikhri mosque in India
Overlooking old amer from the balcony at Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur
A tomb of a noble of the Mughal empire. Buried in the magnificent Humayun’s complex in Delhi.