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Stars of heaven and earth
Helensburgh Metropolitan Tunnel, NSW, Australia

This is one of my favorite images of the series and perhaps all time. I love the connection between the stars in the sky, and the 'stars' in the earth. It's nearly like there are white holes in the sky (stars) because the little blue pieces of sky have fallen down into the tunnel (glowworms).

The glowworms came out great in this shot and compliment the tracks leading your eyes deep in to the image where you can see some people with torches at the end of the tunnel. The nice green moss over the textured bricks and scattered light from the trees really add to the mood of this image. Feels like another world.

Well there it is. I hope you enjoyed this little tour of Helensburgh metropolitan tunnel. If you have any questions feel free to comment below. I would love to hear which is your favorite of the series. You can see them all here:
http://www.davidromaphotography.com/blog/2015/8/helensburgh-metropolitan-tunnel

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THE TRUE LOVE STORY BEHIND TAJMAHAL
Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passion of an emperor's love wrought in living stones."
ShahJahan, initially named Prince Khurram, In 1607 when strolling down the Meena Bazaar, accompanied by a string of fawning courtiers, Shah Jahan caught a glimpse of a girl hawking silk and glass beads. It was love at first sight and the girl was Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan went back to his father and declared that he wanted to marry her.
After #marriage
He also bestowed her with the title of #MumtazMahal, meaning the "Jewel of the Palace". In the year 1631, when Mumtaz Mahal was giving birth to their 14th child, she died due to some complications. While Mumtaz was on her deathbed, Shah Jahan promised her that he would never remarry and will build the richest mausoleum over her grave.
Sometime after her death, Shah Jahan undertook the task of erecting the world's most beautiful monument in the memory of his beloved. It took 22 years and the labor of 22,000 workers to construct the monument. This magnificent monument came to be known as "Taj Mahal" and now counts amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. This is the true story of the Taj Mahal of India, which has mesmerized many people with its bewitching beauty.





#Tajmahal #agra #india
#Spring-lake-glow-sky
#Nature #photography #Beautiful_nature
#Flowers #Roses #Flower #Rose
#Nature #Flowers and #roses
#Sky #Sea #Amaznig #amazingplaces #beautifulplaces #earth #photography #nationalpark #wonderfulplaces #beautifulearth


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THE TRUE LOVE STORY BEHIND TAJMAHAL
Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passion of an emperor's love wrought in living stones."
ShahJahan, initially named Prince Khurram, In 1607 when strolling down the Meena Bazaar, accompanied by a string of fawning courtiers, Shah Jahan caught a glimpse of a girl hawking silk and glass beads. It was love at first sight and the girl was Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan went back to his father and declared that he wanted to marry her.
After #marriage
He also bestowed her with the title of #MumtazMahal, meaning the "Jewel of the Palace". In the year 1631, when Mumtaz Mahal was giving birth to their 14th child, she died due to some complications. While Mumtaz was on her deathbed, Shah Jahan promised her that he would never remarry and will build the richest mausoleum over her grave.
Sometime after her death, Shah Jahan undertook the task of erecting the world's most beautiful monument in the memory of his beloved. It took 22 years and the labor of 22,000 workers to construct the monument. This magnificent monument came to be known as "Taj Mahal" and now counts amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. This is the true story of the Taj Mahal of India, which has mesmerized many people with its bewitching beauty.





#Tajmahal #agra #india
#Spring-lake-glow-sky
#Nature #photography #Beautiful_nature
#Flowers #Roses #Flower #Rose
#Nature #Flowers and #roses
#Sky #Sea #Amaznig #amazingplaces #beautifulplaces #earth #photography #nationalpark #wonderfulplaces #beautifulearth


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