What an interesting look at your world today! Terrific capture! Hope your week is off to a great start!!
Thank you Sylvia
One person looks one way; the boy looks at us. And neither pay much attention to the Jesus figurine.
:) Part of the scenery
A beautiful click Deepak..good morning..
Thank you Ranita. Good morning!
Good morning. Nice capture.
Good morning RupamThank you
An intriguing photo! Is the shrine being sold by the babywear store?Kay (and Lindy)
No it is not. On Bazaar Road there are plenty of these randomly installed along the street.
Thank you Meghana.
Enjoy these visits, cousinNamaste & ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
Pleasure to have you over!
A typical street scene. Great shot!
Thank you Indrani
Quite a place , a lot of action captured .
Thank you Dhiru
The pic says more than what eyes see!
:) Thank you Kusum
I liked the raw feel of the image .. Nice angle ...
Thank you Aziz
Now Jesus is our own, India has adapted him on every corner just like 33 crore other devi devtas...
nice capture. like it
Thank you Arumugam
i have seen this place before:) looks more stunning in the pic :) nice capture
Thank you Vidhi
Interesting juxatpositioning if there is such a word. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Thank you Gary
how interesting to find a crucifixion statue by the bazaar, and in India. here, it's mostly the statue of Mary on street corners. probably the reason why people don't go to church anymore.:p
Nice one , god bless
Thank you Ali
Some kind of little chapel? Interesting, as I forget sometimes that amidst all the other religions in India, Christianity has a presence.
Nice Capture ! Have Blessed days ahead :)
Nice Capture :) Have Blessed days ahead :)
Thank you Sushmitha
Hari OmOne World, One Spirit. Great photo.
Hari OmThank you Yamini ji
Love the juxtaposition!
Thank you Corinne
typical hindustani street image ...Good one
Thank you Akriti
Thank you Aparna
Captured very well!
Gods's children ..One a shopkeeper of happiness and others shopkeeper of everything else :)Nice one yet again Bhai
Thank you Jack
We see gods everywhere :)