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English: One of two photos showing different exposures of the reflective tiles on the Taj Mahal, Agra, India. This one has normal exposure settings, though you can still see bright light being reflected from a few tiles.
Date 25 October 2009
Source Own work
Author Rob Pinion

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27° 10′ 29.49″ N, 78° 2′ 32.30″ E

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