Amazing! They always find a place to put their ads! Great shot!
OK - so removing the kidney stone may be easy - but that in no way diminishes the pain of having one in the first place! «Louis» knows all too well the pain of kidney stones....«Louis» thanks you for your recent visit. He's spending so much time in his new espresso shop, he isn't out visiting his friends in the blogosphere very often and sends his apologies...
aha !! lovely Mumbai capture... that can make a great header too !!
Wow, impressive. The huge adv seem to be everywhere!Have a nice weekend:)
Ahhh, India...the land of perfection in advertising.Comedy advertising, that is... :)
Hi...Nice pic..Sorry, but one of ur best..Maybe a closeup would have helped...Wanted to read the AD..lol'Just kidding..Ur blog is surely a mumbai Daily..
'..as easy as a morning walk' Interesting ad campaign .. I think I might have a second opinionTerrific shot, Deepak!
Hello friend!Great picture! Here in Brazil we have a lot of those advertisements and sometimes it gets confusion in my mind, a kind of visual pollution indeed!Have a nice weekendLéia
Very interesting. We have a truck that drives around town all day with ads that roll across three sides and change constantly. Fascinating.I always thought it could cause accidents as people would be watching the ads instead of their driving.Haven't seen it lately. Maybe it did cause some accidents and they pulled it off the road?
In Dutch are also toooooooo many advertisements :(Have a nice weekend (@^.^@)
Vibrant Mumbai!Aloha, Namaste
Man I started aching as soon as I read that sign! Do you suppose they get extra business that way?Classic!