The Indian summer at its peak in April would have to be the most uncomfortable time to travel around India. With temperatures easily soaring into the 40’s, journeys into the interiors of the country is simply unpleasant. In fact, international tourism in India is at its lowest lows during this time. Travelling to Agra to see the Taj Mahal was like a journey through a bush of thorns to see a black rose.
Despite this arduous journey, local tourism continues to thrive. Thousands of romantics from all across India set out for days on the road or by rail to see for their eyes the monument of what they keep hearing to be the greatest love story that was ever told. Regardless of caste, creed, race or religion, the Indians that come to payrespect - young and old - stand in awe of this truly remarkable work of art that was that was built in the name of love.
All limited editions print purchased will be accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the photographer verifying the edition number and authenticity of the print. This fine art photographic print was made using the best quality materials available to insure long-lasting permanence of inks. The print has an estimated life-span of greater than 100 years (for further info see www.epson.com).
The photograph was printed on EPSON Hot Press Bright, Acid-Free, 100% Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper using pigment-based chromium inks. The print surface should not be touched. Professional mounting and framing will help to maximize the longevity of this print. It should be framed using acid-free materials and placed behind glass using a window-mount that prevents the glass from directly touching the print's surface. To further ensure maximum longevity avoid placing the print in bright, sunny rooms where there are high levels of UV radiation, or in humid environment which will also contribute to its deterioration. Ideally, artificial lighting in a dry environment is the preferred option. With proper care and handling, this fine art photographic print will provide pleasure for generations to come.