It's a travel photographer's dream: to explore the most scenic and significant landmarks and structures of the city of Delhi, and being able to photograph the magnificent sights. You'll meet the guide at Safdarjung Tomb, the resting place of the Mughal Empire's statesman of the same name. The beautiful geometrical garden is perfect for photographs, as well as the ornate facade. Then it's off to another tomb, the Muhammad Shah Sayyid Mausoleum, where the ruler of the same name rests. Numerous incredible relics from the Sayyid dynasty can be found here, and the unique shape of the mausoleum makes for breathtaking photographs, set in the backdrop of the horizon. In the Lodhi Gardens, around the tomb, the sprawling, manicured grounds give you a great opportunity for landscape photos. In the garden is Athpula Bridge, with its eight pillared arches. You'll also be able to take photographs here, with the reflection of the arched bridge appearing on the peaceful waters below. Then you'll get the opportunity to do some street photography. You'll head to the old buildings of the city, getting splendid shots of the old ancient lanes, and also get the opportunity to photograph the facades of the various embassies. Then you'll visit the Shish Gumbad, another tomb and this time from the Lodhi Dynasty. It's particularly photogenic for its beautiful glass dome houses where an unknown family is entombed. Some particularly breathtaking photographs are up next as you head to the National Rose Garden of Delhi. A famed tourist attraction, this beautiful rose garden features fields of blooming roses in a multitude of varieties, of all colors, and even striped ones. The grounds are covered with rose bushes, and even picturesque archways laced in rose vines. You can take the most romantic photographs here before heading to the Sikandar Lodi Tomb afterward. This tomb is similar to other mausoleums with its archways and domes, surrounded by greenery, but the next nearby location, the Bara Gumbad, is a splendid ancient monument. Found in the Lodhi Gardens, this edifice is a solid structure, with its dome surrounded by lesser ancient buildings. It's perfect for wide-angle panoramas of the whole area. Here your tour ends, and you bring home a wealth of incredible photographs of Delhi's beautiful locations.