The Taj: Enduring Love | A Photo Essay

And this lovely lady went to India and all I got were these stunning photos!
Thank you & all the best!
Sherrie
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
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The Wallflower Wanderer

“Passage O soul to India! Eclaircise the myths Asiatic, the primitive fables.”  ~ Walt Whitman, Passage to India from “Leaves of Grass”

Silhouettes of trees formed evanescent apparitions, appearing vividly as they were passed, then fading away into misty farm fields on either side of northern India’s Yamuna Expressway.

At 6:45 on a Tuesday morning in November, all six lanes of the smooth stretch between Delhi and Agra were equally ghostly in their lack of traffic.

It was a condition I had not, until then, witnessed in India.

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The silver jeep carrying myself and three other American girls drifted lazily partially into vacant neighboring lanes as we sailed south toward Agra.

Our driver and person-herder for the day was Pradeep. Generally, Pradeep spoke to us only when needed, as his English seemed fairly limited. Though he had enough words to ask whichever of us was sitting in the front passenger seat the eternal prerequisite inquires fielded by all female travelers from everyone, everywhere in Asia:

  1. You married?
  2. You have…

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