The Meetup Group Photo-walk


Before reading further go through this blog post by Anirbanda.

http://www.anirbansaha.com/why-should-you-photo-walk/

Last Sunday(12th October,2014) I went for a photo-walk with members of a group called “The Meetup Group”. Here’s the link to the Facebook group: PhotoAdda.in (The Meetup Group).

The time given was 8 A.M. But as usual Anirbanda came 30 minutes late. Total 9 people came. We started the photo-walk from Shovabazar Metro Station. We went on to Rabindra Sarani and continued walking. Here are some photos.

Street

Colourful Sarees

Colourful Sarees

Saw this poster of a Jatra parodying a well known politician. For those of you who don’t know what “JATRA” is click on this link: Wikipedia 

Poster of a jatra

Poster of a jatra

The following photo was clicked in Pathuriaghata Bazar.

Chicken

Chicken

After coming to Ganesh Talkies More I found the following frame interesting.

Straight Lines

Straight Lines

Then we came to Nakhoda Masjid, a beautiful place I had not visited earlier. The following images were shot there.

Nakhoda

Holy Water

Holy Water

View from the top

View from the top

Nakhoda from a different POV

Nakhoda from a different POV

Window Scene

Window Scene

Inside the mosque

Inside the mosque

Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer

After we came out, what followed was “THE Visit To Royal Indian Hotel” for a meal of Mutton Chaap and Rumali Roti.

And thus the photo-walk came to an end.

Here’s the group photo.

The Meetup Group Members

The Meetup Group Members

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