At a Temple of Ganesh, young women socialized and peoplewatched while they waited for their friends to finish paying their respects. At the same temple, the shoe warden kept her eye on supplicants' shoes for a fee. She carried a steel rod, and woe betide the man who left his shoes near her -- but didn't give them TO her -- which meant he would get the protection without paying the fee. He paid. (To your left, here, is another image I like, a study in orange and rose.)
Another standout visual day came near Banganga Tank. In the side streets around it, I saw a small service/shop where turquoise stood out in clothing and paint. Boys played marbles on the stone and concrete deck that surrounded the tank.
At Kamala Nehru Park, children played on the playground, their clothing an extension of the playground equipment's bright colors, and the shadows another texture still.
Other pictures of note:
A large pano of Mahalaxmi Dobi Ghat, an enormous laundry in Mumbai. Hundreds of men swing sheafs of clothing into pools of water to clean the garments.
A lovely study in orange and rose from a Temple of Ganesh.
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