'Lord and Lady Curzon on an Elephant'

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  • Ali 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Zigpha, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • nawabdera 6y

    this seems to be in luharu state both of them joined the marriage ceremony of my great grand parents nawab sir ahmad khan the nawabdera and nawabzadi bilqees jehan begum daughter of nawabluharu
  • William Kimber 6y

    Wonderful image and great persoal info and connection, nawabdera!
  • nawabdera 5y

    insha allah this is indeed the boounty of my lord
  • Transmigration 5y

    That elephant is taller than usual.....
  • Gavin Hardcastle - Fototripper 5y

    Something about this image looks like it had the Victorian version of Photoshop used to drop in the faces of the Curzons. The angles and light on their faces does'nt seem to suite the rest of the image. It may just be the old era image enhancements used during development that give it that vibe.
  • Jenny McEachern 5y

    Gavin Hardcastle - Fototripper I'm with you on that... very interesting none the less!
  • martino TJ De Lazzari 4y

    Thanks for share with us this wonderful shot! Is incredible!!
  • KAYAcreative 4y

    Greatness
  • Himel Nag Rana 4y

    Might be in Dhaka, Bangladesh! :-)
  • 丝绒列车 4y

    摄影的魅力所在
  • Brian Carey 4y

    Amazing image!
  • Galilla S 4y

    Lucy? Is that you?
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Taken circa 1895
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