It’s been a while since I’ve taken my camera out for a spin so I invited a few friends to accompany me to South Mumbai today. It’s the funky touristy part of town where paupers of all trades attempt to entice you with their worldly treasures. Here are some of the treasures we found:
These guys, perched right outside the slaughter floor at Crawford Market.
These guys, perched right inside the slaughter floor at Crawford Market. I feel it necessary that these little guys were not fixin’ to be dinner.
This guy, Victoria Terminus, perched at the juncture of Dr. Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Mahapalika Marg, and Walchand Hirachand Road.
These gals, perched in the backseat of a rickety old Mumbai taxi.
This guy, perched on the windowsill of the rickety old Mumbai taxi.
These people, perched atop a ledge that boarders the Arabian Sea. I know silhouettes are cliche, but they are still cool.
The magestic Sea Link, perched above the Arabian Sea linking Bandra to Worli.