This is my second post in black and white series – you can see the monochromatic version of Delhi over here. Showcasing Mumbai in this blog, I usually put emphasis on architecture, and while I had some doubts whether I give people the right idea of the place (Mumbai is very multifaceted, you know), a few readers of mine messaged me privately saying thank you for helping them rediscover their own city. So, black and white Mumbai photo collection has the same purpose – to show you beautiful, unique, enchanting city with miracles of carved stone. Hope you will like it.
No, Mumbai is not always deserted like this. It’s just I prefer exploring the city early in the morning.
The art gallery I visit sometimes, but to be honest I often have difficulties appreciating modern art.
The Taj hotel and million pigeons
A castle? No, just a post office 🙂
The view from a double decker bus near the CST (Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus)
Boats near the Gateway of India.
And Gateway of India itself.
The High court building.
A beautiful example of carvings the city is full of.
What walkways! Strolling there, one can feel like a human being even in the hottest of days 🙂
The Rajabai Tower, our local Big Ben 🙂
Same tower, but straight 🙂
If someone knows who this mythical creature is, enlighten me, please:)
The view from the J N Petit library
Soviet style 🙂