If there is one thing that can bring back a sense of normalcy and belonging, it is a walk across the #Mumbai townside; perfect antidote for the lockdown. Of course, with all precautions in place.

The walk frees one up from the countless hours spent in front of the virtual world and keeps reminding us that the world outside still exists.

The Kalaghoda – Asiatic library – St Michaels Church – Flora Fountain – Kalaghoda circuit is a fabulous one and is home to many heritage buildings. It was also an opportunity to test out the new #Zeiss 85 mm f/1.8.

The iconic Kalaghoda horse
A Firehose adjoining a heritage building. How accessible are these to fire engines?
The Asiatic society of Mumbai founded by James Mckintosh. The famous stairs is a great place to shoot some photographs
The standout building of Mumbai samachar / Bombay samachar that one cannot miss
The St Thomas cathedral – foundation stone laid in 1676 and consecrated for divine service in 1718. The crow watches over the church facade
Richard Norman architected Flora fountain
Flora – the Roman goddess of flowers
The portland stone at the top, the Flora fountain was the original site of Church gate, given its proximity to St Michaels church

#Mumbai never ceases to amaze. With the new #Zeiss lens, hope to bring out newer stories of this historical city.

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