I disagree with everyone. If you're after yet another boring postcard of one of the most photographed buildings on earth, heed the advice. I bet majority of the pictures are of the the Taj with a reflection off the pool - quick visit to google images confirms that. Having any semblance of originality when photographing such landmarks requires going to extremes, and you have succeeded.
While I like this, especially with the anchor, the color is a bit sickly to my tastes - I wonder how this would work in B&W?
Well, that's what I was trying (not very successfully, it seems!) to do. (I took a few postcard shots as well, of course.)
It's not really possible to get a decent shot of the reflection in this pool and to include the Taj itself. This isn't the main reflecting pool to the north of the Taj which features in all the reflection shots, such as this one.
Rather, it's a small pool to the west. Behind it is a gap, then a 15-foot wall, then the monument. You can see it in this pic (another attempt at cleverness which didn't work)
That said, the fact that it couldn't have been made better doesn't make it good. I'll think about b&w and the colour fiddling that button mentioned (and turning it the other way up!) and see what happens. The colour is entirely natural: it's a shallow and rather murky pool. What appears to be a spot in the sky is a bit of muck floating in it.
Thanks for the comments: I appreciate them (and, Russ, I'm not in the least offended by being told that a shot doesn't work!). Does this do one anything for anyone?