Low tide smells from the Island City
You make the ordinary, quite exquisite and charming. Definitely a huge fan of your blog. Keep on, keep on going!
Stylo! I've seen their name in film credits so many times! I cannot wait to grab you for a few hours of city exploring in a few months. :)
Thank you, Minu.Beth, Surely. I'm not a Bollywood specialist but i'am always ready to explore. :)
the stories lying around at areas from Fort are indeed enchanting...great compilation....have you seen the HMV board opposite Laxmi building
This is a superb series Gopal! You 'see' things :) I love the reflection of the street in the third image..
Kalyan, No. I haven't clicked that but will surely do and add to the list :)Thank you, Radha. :)
मस्त तस्वीरें उतारीं हैं बन्धु ! एकदम मस्त राप्चिक :)
I love ur fotoos But sometimes i wonder Why such beautiful buildings dont get maintenance.One day it will be lost for the grandchildren
Marij. Very important question... the answer is that we indians don't care. :(
great shots Poetic Photos
LOVE your work. Even if we dont care of the old buildings, your work will keep them alive. You got me all nostalgic over my beloved BOMBAY :)
Bombay is so beautiful in your pictures,inspite of the fact that Mumbai is so dirty now.
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