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The city through my lens

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It’s 7 am in the morning. I’m at Churchgate station, hanging around my owner’s neck, with my battery all charged up, ready to click pictures at the word go! People at the station are staring at me, maybe they think my owner is a show off. Too judgmental this human world is, I have realized. But they don’t know all the places I’ve been to and the memories I’ve captured, all because of my owner. Let’s talk about that right now.

We’re on the way to college, when my owner spots the sun looking exceptionally beautiful. She wastes no time in switching me on and capturing the moment. The view was pretty, I must say. Shh, I’ll let you in on a little secret. While we were on the station, my owner clicked a photo of it, totally unaware about the fact that photography is prohibited on the station. 🙊 Thank God no official noticed her doing this, otherwise they would have confiscated me!

I’ve been to various places in the city. Mostly, they’ve been quaint little lanes. They’ve been those places that you wouldn’t look at twice. They’ve been those ordinary places that you pass by all the time and yet not notice. Like the lanes in Juhu. In all the hullabaloo that Mumbai city is, my owner found this quiet Lane right in the heart of Juhu. I captured the lane in all its quietness, in all its calm. What enticed me there were the pink bougainville flowers. I captured them too, duh. Isn’t it obvious by now that I love capturing pretty things?

I’ll never forget the day we went to Juhu. It was just me and my owner. Nobody else to disturb us, nobody else to take away from the peace that we share and nobody else to ruin the experience. I sometimes like looking at the world through my owner’s eyes, because I get to capture a lot of pretty things and candid moments. There at Juhu, I was the happiest. It was a sight to behold. Since it was the seventh day of Ganpati visarjan, I saw a lot of people. There was no dearth of moments for me to capture. Everywhere I looked, I saw something clickworthy. I noticed the colourful paper windmills and the V for Vendetta kinda mask the seller wore. I also noticed all those colourful gola bottles and kids selling balloons. I captured this rare moment of a grandmother enjoying herself on the beach. Not that rare? I noticed a lot of other beautiful sights but just can’t seem to put them in words.

Lastly, I would like to share my experience in the lanes of Bandra. You’d wonder what I could possibly have to share about the lanes of Bandra, right? But hey, I visited these tiny lanes in Bandra. Their walls filled with graffiti, it felt as if I was in a different world altogether! It didn’t feel like Bandra at all. I saw the art splashed out on the walls of Bandra and it made me wonder just how many talented individuals we’re unaware of.

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