decoding the mystery called Mumbai.......the city that never sleeps
Hi Anu, I know Mumbai VERY well.Really enjoyed the compsition of your second shot.
It looks quite a modern station with all the yellow lights - India is famous for it's railways especially the steam trains ( I expect there are not too many steam trains left - perhaps you are moving to diesel or electric ? )Nice pictures ..
This is an interesting post for J. I like the colors and the people shown. I have nothing so special but I did post a scene I photographed on Canon Pixels right after color slide film came out in 1954.Abraham Lincoln Canon Pixels
Between trains or rush hours. juicy post.
Something so familiar and commonplace and not so familiar. Different
One very familiar, one not so. Interesting.
Wow great shots.. The juice looks so refreshing!I have two entries this week,you can check it out here and here.
I loved the colorful juice shot. What I love about India is all of its colors.
All your photos are so very interesting and colourful.Bear((( )))
Good pictures of the modern railwaystation! And the juicestall is very inviting!
Great shot of the modern railwaystation and the juicestall looks very inviting!
juinagar ki Jai! :)
thanks for these pictures. :) never been to your country so i find these fascinating. :)
Dear Mumbai Virtual Tourists, Thank you for your valuable views.Your criticism, appreciation and suggestions are welcome to an amateur photographer who loves her city. MDS is now active as a daily photoblog.