Sunday, September 12, 2010

A Sunday in September









14 comments:

MarchMusings said...

Hi there. I found your blog amongst the comments on Jude's blog. I still refer to Bombay as such rather than as Mumbai so was surprised to see you do too!

Bombay Beauty said...

Thanks for dropping by! Old habits die hard... Mumbai when speaking an Indian language, Bombay in English... xo bb

If Jane said...

oh i knew this was nyc!! ;)) great shots!

Bombay Beauty said...

thanks jane! xo bb

Jude said...

I'm getting NYC love-ache :) Beautiful evocative images! The sculpture shot reminds me of all kinds of random memories (in a good way :))

Bombay Beauty said...

it was one of those heart-achy days... overcast and a bit melancholy. but that's exactly when i like to dust off the camera... gives me a purpose! xo bb

shopgirl said...

I quite like this post with just images and no words. Sometimes pictures speak with such resonance, no words are necessary.

I hope you're having a great week sweetie!

Anonymous said...

bravo, such a good atmosphere, love your colors here, grey and primaries. xxx Mia

Bombay Beauty said...

Mia and Reese - many thanks! Indeed, it was one of those Sundays, but having camera in hand forced me to find something beautiful in it! bb

Claire * Lola Is Beauty said...

Very watery. Two things I must ask you:
1. When are you coming to London?
2. When are we going to see a photo of you wearing the white motorcycle jacket? (We met up with H & V in Venice)

Must know.

x

Nicole said...

These photos bring me back to the peace and quiet of Sunday afternoons!

Bombay Beauty said...

Nicole - glad they resonate with you! Taking them gave some structure to the day...

Claire - ahem, I was hoping to keep that part quiet. But now that you mention it, I do look fab in a white biker jacket!

xo

bb

Anonymous said...

@BB and @LiB:
actually you were quoted by H saying "I look quite rebellious in this white biker jacket"
xox
Mia

Bombay Beauty said...

Mia - I plead the 6th! (You know about "pleading the 5th" in the US? The right not to incriminate oneself in court.) So I've invented the 6th: the right that anything I cannot recall having said cannot be used against me in evidence! xo bb

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