In northern India it is always worth it to point the camera up!
Glamorous lighting fixture descends from a glass mosaic ceiling in a Delhi temple, India.Decorative ceiling of the Chini tomb in Agra, India. The walls and ceiling at Akbar’s Tomb are intricately painted in Islamic designs (Agra, India).This elaborately painted ceilings at the Baby Taj in Agra looks like a Persian carpet, not surprising as the Mughal emperors came from Persia. Domed ceiling from inside of Fatepur Sikri in just outside of Agra. Brightly-painted ceiling in a temple in Bundi, India. Painted ceiling of the Bundi Fort.Brightly-painted ceiling in Bundi Garh Palace, India. Another painted ceiling in Bundi Palace.
Decorative ceiling at a spa on Udaipur Island in India.
The entire Jain temple at Ranakpur is constructed of intrically-carved white marble.Mirrored ceiling in Udaipur Palace of the Sun Prince, India.
Painted woven wood ceiling in a hut in a faux village near Jaisalmer, India. Decorative plaster ceiling embedded with mirror mosaic tiles, Amber Palace and Fort near Jaipur in India. Domed ceiling at the Amber Palace in Jaipur, India. It appears to be made of polished marble but surely that can’t be possible?Another domed ceiling of what appears to be polished marble at the Jaipur Cenotaph, India.More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Point Your Camera Up.