photo ou on se rend bien compte de l'attente...reussis
Great shot for the W Day!
a great city breathes & lives in your shots!Aloha from HonoluluComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>< ° ) } } > <
I think I would wait on the sidewalk...the street looks way too crowded!
Lovely shot Sir. In fact the stop is so clean as per Indian standards:)
Erstwhile broad roads,traffic suddenly self-expanding from 3 lanes to 6,as fellows on bikesnavigate dangerously through traffic gaps,a bus stoppingway outside the stop,impatient folks stepping outto see if it has arrived;we are such expertsat converting everything to narrowband.An unnaturally widesidewalk, with a sparse crowdat the bus stop(by Mumbai standards),and its only up therein the sky,away from the perenial skywalksnow fashionable in proletarian Mumbaithat the telephone companycan claim,in all this confusion,to offer you,"truly unlimited broad band"
waiting is such a thing
A vibrant bus stop but unfortunately the crowd has to await the arrival of the four legged transporter. Nice capture!!!
Looks like a very busy and crowded street!
Waiting is the hardest thing to do.A writer's mind. of a six year old. Have a wonderful holiday!
I once watched a video about how electricity and roads have not reached where cellphone connections have reached. I think broadband connections are going to follow. Maybe if roads and electricity were completely privatised, we'd have ads offering better transport services and more reliable supply of power?
Privatising roads and electricity completely could get complicated because it involves acquisition of land and natural resources. Moreover the privatisation of airlines has shown how the 'low cost airlines' cut corners endangering the safety of passengers. The Government should act responsible to social welfare commitment and do what they have been elected for. Not a big ask. Or is it?
They seem to be so patient!
The picture is the same in Bangalore. It could well be P for Patience!
waiting is difficult; at least there's broadband!ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Your pics make me home-sick...remind me of Mumbai life.
nice take :)
It is unexpectedly clean!
waiting for bus.. very boring.. boredom well captured !!
Nice candid image!
I realize that since Farheena's birth, this ritual has become so less in my life
Commuters look the same everywhere in the world - bored!
i don't think that broadband is really , actually unlimited,they have a unfair usage policy.http://goo.gl/SGz8I
Very different from Bangalore Bus stand..But waiting is same..
Loved the picture. The ad. board behind saying: Truly Unlimited Broadband - is so reflective of a typical Mumbai road rush.
i agree with Saru ..stop is very clean something hard to see in india!!!regardsrahul
interesting shot. the ad and the crowd. quite a theme...cheers !!