A few weeks ago, while visiting my parents in Lucknow, India, I decided to go out and take pictures of the sights in the city. I lived there for the first 30 years of my life and never bothered to photograph these places, but now that I live in the States, I missed my home. In Lucknow, famous for its politeness, poetry, perfume and embroidery, there are many interesting buildings, built by both Mughal and British rulers. So I set out, strolling through a historic part of town with an SLR camera hanging from my neck, looking just like a tourist.

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