Speaking of the underside of bridges , here’s one of my favourite pictures of the same from Regents Canal in London. Clicked in November 2006.
Bridges in London almost always contain a life and look of their own underneath, that may or may not be contiguous with the way life and surroundings look beyond them. The grungy, grimey underside of Turnham Green bridge that is located in what is otherwise a very posh (and therefore well-maintained) locality of Chiswick is […]
On a steaming hot afternoon in the middle of summer 2006 in Meerut, India, life goes on without a trace of regard to the fierce sun. While I sit in my air-conditioned taxi, a ‘tempo’ – the ubiquitous metal contraption that serves as secondary public transport in several small towns of north India – […]
Baker Street Underground Station, Central London. Inaugurated in 1863, it was one of the first underground stations in the world. This is the original tunnel, built for the Hammersmith and City Line, which still operates for the same line. I clicked these on a late summer night in 2007. I think this is one of […]