A shot of the ceiling in the building before the Taj Mahal. I love patterns, and thought this was particularly beautiful.
I adore the grain of marble. This was a pathway through one of the shopping districts.
On the last day we went to see the Lotus Temple. I was thrilled to see a religious/cultural site in Delhi, as I thought that I wasn't going to have time. The gardens lining the pathways were also an unexpected delight.
Hanging vines at the entry to Hauz Khas. They reminded me of the power lines hanging over Old Delhi.
Another shot of the green mural.
Pink on cream. A simple photograph which reminded me of one of my embroideries.
So much street art in Hauz Khas! I felt this piece was particularly sentimental as one of the taxi drivers was named Mr Singh. I also have a personal fondness of stencil graffiti.
A stunning piece of street art tucked away in Hauz Khas. The cream wall was the perfect canvas.
A dull colour moment compared to many of the buildings. It was rare to see brick that was unmarred by graffiti or posters or cracking paint.
It was always a delight to look up in India. Although very urbanised, the buildings here looked like sweet little lego constructions built one on top of the other.