Old ironing lady inTondiarpet recharging before her arduous task of ironing the clothes.
One can’t be overcareful these days. Stay home: stay safe.
Though typewriters are almost extinct, I am told that they are being used in some Government offices. As a result, there are some typewriting institutes still survive, like this one on Kutchery Road.
From The Chennai Photowalk: The Streets of North Mylapore.
Sunrise over a small temple in Nemam Village near Chennai
The Chennai Photowalk
The newly created pedestrian plaza in Pondy Bazar under the Smart City plan, is a great place for families to spend time together after or before or instead of shopping.
Hope stakeholders will keep it that way.
Saris to protect the new vehicle.
From Ezhil Nagar : Photowalk for a Cause #3
Such posters and slogans have been around for some time. Is there any improvement on the ground?
A mural adorning one of the walls of the Art District of Kannagi Nagar depicted an underwater scene.
Edited in Lightroom.
From Photowalk for a Cause #3
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The letter ழ (zha) is unique to Thamizh and some South Indian Languages. Speakers of other tongues find it difficult to pronounce this.
I have also heard some Tamizh politicians saying, ” தமிளுக்கு ‘ள’ தான் அளகு.”
Image from a mural in the Art District, Kannagi Nagar.
For the photographers on a walk in the Art District at Kannagi Nagar, Chennai, the most popular location was a building with the image of two smiling children in Black and White. These two girls and the old man were also the cynosures of the lenses.
For a change, I thought they will look different and better in sepia tone.
From Photowalk With A Cause #3. Kannagi Nagar /Ezhil Nagar