Operating since January 2010, Maharajas’ Express is the newest lavishness train of Indian Railways and simply one of the the majority expensive one in Asia. For 8 days this pan Indian train takes visitors on a travel transversely the best and the most important destinations of the country – Taj Mahal, the Khajuraho temples, natural world environs of Ranthambore, Fatehpur Sikri and the holy bathing Ghats of Varanasi. The cheapest rate per person per day is a whopping US$ 800 for a deluxe cabin. The next two slabs are US$ 900 and US$ 1,400. And the Presidential Suite comes for US$ 2,500.This train is a combined gamble among Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Company (IRCTC) and Cox and Kings India Ltd. The tour is being encourage as ‘Luxury travel like no other’ and not without reason. The Maharajas’ Express will have 88 travelers (a normal III AC coach packs in 72) living in suites fit for a prince. All food and drinks are complimentary.The train comprises 24 wagons which contain accommodation, dining, bar, lounge, generator and store cars. Each guest carriage has been designed to recreate the opulence of Maharaja Style living.
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HDR photography was a technique mostly developed for virtual lighting in 3d applications. Applied carefully, High Dynamic Range-technique (HDR) can create incredibly beautiful pictures which blur our sense of the difference between reality and illusion. In graphics HDR imaging is a set of techniques that allow a far greater dynamic range of exposures than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes, ranging from direct sunlight to the deepest shadows. This is usually achieved by modifying photos with image processing software for tone-mapping. And the results can be really incredible; in fact, many artists and designers come up with some pretty fancy results.This post covers extremely beautiful and perfectly executed HDR-pictures. Some of them might look surreal, too colorful, even magic or fake, but they are not — keep in mind that they’ve all been developed out of usual photos, and not a single image is an illustration.