Streets of Mumbai

“Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them” – Elliott Erwitt
Photography in streets is an art that many passionately follow.
Street Photography is a way of seeing and perceiving things. It is an art of experimentation and failing again and again. At one point of time, the captured photographs start expressing themselves and that is where the confidence lies.
Black and White photographs provide a minimalism, appears as the purest form of photography.

Always watched.Always monitored.
The mesmerizing beaches and Creeks; and the beautiful lakes, the maddening rush of the Local Trains, the delicious Street food, the tranquil of the Temples and Haji Ali Dargah exude a charm that no other city has.  A city built in successive waves of migration, acquired with a diverse culture, bustling with swarms of people is perhaps the most cosmopolitan city in India. Be it the chaotic streets, the crowded bazaars, the carnivalesque Juhu beach,or the beautiful Marine Drive, a person who has been to Mumbai can never forget it.

Khuda Apne Valiyon se hota hai Raazi,
Milegi Ye Dar Se Hamein Sarfaraazi

Yahaan Dil Se Maango Ye Haaji Ali Hain
Khuda Ke Vali Hain 

Tum log mujhe wahan dhoond rahe ho aur main tumhara yahan intezaar ka raha hoon

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“In this city, every deserted street corner conceals a crowd. It appears in a minute when something disrupts the way in which the world is supposed to work. It can disappear almost as instantaneously.” –Jerry Pinto