Another sight to behold on the AnomalyCity series. A bus stop that has additional features. A tea and snacks corner, seating for several, and the most confusing of it all, a barrier.
It’s almost as if it’s a mental and physical challenge of sorts. As you wait, keep calm, get comfortable, but when the bus comes you need to be ready – cut across the chairs, then jump over the barrier to enter.
I’m enjoying spotting the weird around me. This is fun, you should try it too!
Necessity is truly the mother of invention. ‘Jugaad’ in the true sense is made possible when one really needs to get something done, no matter what!
There is always something interesting around us, if we care to look. I noticed this ambassador turned hearse-wagon parked on the road, and managed to take a picture in time, being in a moving car myself.
Ambassadors are a dying breed. Hindustan Motors stopped production in 2014. Once a powerful beast that boasted of being the best in the world is now getting extinct.
This picture is a perfect juxtaposition – dying breed carrying the dead.
I stopped by the banks of the river Hooghly, down Diamond Harbour Road in Kolkata. I did not get far enough where the River meets the Bay of Bengal. The Diamond Harbour Port Trust is the oldest operating port in India. It is around 50km away from Kolkata.
Ofcourse, the Papdi chaats not to be missed!
I love this photo, the colours are so refreshing. It was a random shot using my iPhone 8 Plus, while in a fast moving car. Never in my life thought this would come out so clear. Slight editing using Instagram helped me sharpen it.
Kerala is beautiful, a photographers delight. I love how they manage to keep the lakes and rivers so clean.
Nature must be respected, after all God created it and said it was good.