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All very geometrical, pavilion. Decorative pond, now dry. Sitting. Balcony over inner courtyard. Eyes front. Pied Oystercatcher, haematopus longirostris. Old multi-windowed building in mediocre condition. Shoppers. Roof drainage spout providing home to a pigeon. Looking from cliff top towards the morning sun renders the image almost monochromatic. Ears forward suggest she's aware of my proximity. Marble pavilion wall with frescoes. Red Fort main gateway. Red Fort guard tower. Red Fort, from the front towards the Lahori inner gate. Mother and child. Kangaroo close profile.  Alert but not alarmed. Pavilion arches. Barracks, architecturally dissimilar from the Red Fort surrounds. Pied Oystercatcher, haematopus longirostris. Inside the Red Fort. Domes above the Lahori gate from outside the wall. Domes, turrets and decorations. Locked door. Inside the Red Fort main gate. Taj Mahal river front terrace, north-west wall tower and the Red Fort up the Yamuna River. Driftwood. Detail work under the eaves. Mother and child. Red Fort dog. Red Cliff. Barracks, abandoned. Red Fort moat. Red Lechwe, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch - Garden Ridge, Texas South from Red Cliff. Clinic and Shops, Brunei Refrigerated wated trolly (sic). Seemingly excited to be at the Red Fort. Marble podium in the assembly hall. Ornate architecture of pavilion. Kangaroo lazing around in the morning sun. The Taj Mahal from the Red Fort Array of scarves and trinkets for sale. Mother feeding child, pigeons. Day out. Marble arches and dome. The mountains to the west of Las Vegas from the High Roller observation wheel. Red sandstone wall. Repetition under the eaves. Fort gate closing weight and mechanism.

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