Over the last few years, I’ve snapped a lot of random pictures that capture a short story or glimpse into everyday life both in Bombay, in my travels around India and Asia.
Most of them end up my DropBox photos folder – neatly labeled by year, month and location. In short – stored but forgotten.
Then along came a notice warning me that my ‘free’ extra 48 GB was expiring. Dropping me from 57 GB of space to 9 GB. And my current ‘usage’ a whopping 43 GB. Oops!
Sure I could just dump everything on a hard drive and be done with it. However I decided to do a little photographic ‘spring cleaning’… deleting many, saving a few and selecting a choice pic or two to share these ‘everyday’ images.
Welcome to ‘Sunday Snap Stories’…. just an image (or two) with a simple thought (or story) to share a little insight into something you could stumble across around the corner from home in Bandra, Mumbai or traipsing around India.
First up? A typical Mumbai skyline shot of the Bandra-Worli SeaLink taken from a friend’s home.
PS This also celebrate’s Everyday Asia’s 300th post! Woo hoo!!
- “Its the coconut man!” in Delhi
- “What the heck?” in Mumbai
- “This table is reserved!” in Singapore
- “When is duck not duck?” In Bombay
- Mmmmm mangosteens in Bangkok
- Night sky in Singapore
- Bagel Shop ‘adda’ in Mumbai