decoding the mystery called Mumbai.......the city that never sleeps
Great and original shot. Good capture.
Great idea for a photo, thanks for sharing.Cheers!Regina In Pictures
what a lovely photo, so interesting...Gill in Canada
Oh how very interesting shot you captured here. Great catch. Such a conversation piece. Have a good weekend.
Cool catch for Skywatch!!! Happy weekend! Mine's up too hope you can visit....
Très original : je n'avais jamais vu cela.
That is an unusual skywatch
Goodness that is a lot of fish. Nicely caught on camera too. A very bright sky accompanies the image so I'm sure this fish had dried up in no time.
Really interesting photo. I love your banner shot of the train.
something fishy up there! great catch (pun intended) :)
Thats original... haha.... i remember that from my school days... while going to school in Mumbai...
:)That's what I thought they were when I saw the thumbnail in the portal! Yum!
Well, this is quite neat... that's a HUGE fish drying rack. I quite like that!!~Michele~
Love to see traditional methods still in use.Thank God the multi-nationals have not taken over.
am a veggie..but enjoyed this pixxx..great
Our thoughts are with you in Mumbai. Thank you for sharing your photos, I plan to come back frequently as a "virtual tourist." Peace be with you!
what a great capture, have a good weekend.
Great idea for a sky watch. It reminds me of the Lofoten in Norway where fish is also hung on racks to dry.
I like the original choices you show us like this.
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.