Great shot for the U Day, Deepak!! Hope your week is going well!!
Thank you Sylvia.
Unfortunately, too many homeless have to stay under the bridges!Leslieabcw team
Leslie the guy under the bridge is a shoe shine boy. They are not allowed to live there.
It is bad luck to walk under a ladder. Sitting under the stairs? :D Good one!
Thank you Meoww. Sitting there he makes a living!
Thank you Kavita
Sometimes the bridge is the only shelter from the storm.
how long? on time?Happy Aloha from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
Wonderfully done .
Thank you Dhiru
Thank you Rakesh
I dont know why I feel jealous of that man...maybe even if it is small, decrepit, he does have a quiet moment to himself under the bridge...
en mouvement, belle photo
Merci beaucoup Olivier
A rare moment!
before or after rush hour, i suppose.:pU is for...
One of your rare pictures which could have been taken here in England too.
It could be any city. Under such bridges you generally find cobblers waiting for customers.Nice shot!
Thank you Meenakshi
We see this sort of scene quite often in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia too.Duncan In Kuantan
Thank you Vineeta
Thank you :)
Good evening. Beautiful capture.
Thank you Rupam
what some nice boys☆¸¸.•♥.love.♥..•*¨*★ i think even one of them is checking out his cellphone ;)good to have a pause..good captured!!Me like☆¸¸.•♥.love.♥..•*¨*★ ☆¸¸.•♥.love.♥..•*¨*★
contrast and life!
I've seen the same scenario back in my country, just like this one.Chewed UPRose, ABC Wednesday Team
We have a number of people living under bridges and overpasses in the U.S., too. Sad.
Very quet indeed and that too in BC!