Bangalore Daily Photo (BDP) is a voyage since March 2006 to witness what’s a common mans sight of this beautiful city everyday!
A sneak peak onto “The living in Bangalore… “
Shoes, shoes and more shoes! I just hope my wife never finds this store!
'Eye Candy' for the Ladies...hmmmm, so much to choose from! LOL!
There is certainly a wide selection - something for everyone...Very colorful, too!
What a visual delight your blog is. I love your country, its people and culture, food, and even Bollywood films. I was blessed to visit twelve years ago,as the guest of a friend who works for Royal Caribbean and I return, in Nov, for 23 days, visiting a host of crew members I've met over the years, probably the last visit of my life as I celebrate my 65th birthday next week and travel is becoming more difficult for me. It is wonderful to share India through your beautiful photography. Thank you so much.
Thanks, keep me going....Leif@ this shop is on the Brigade Road in Bangalore thousand miles away and does not sell via internet, that should be safe for your wife not to reach out that easy to these artifacts!! ;-)@RNSANE, Thanks you so much! You have long way to go!! my neighour just enjoyed her 98th birthday and she is roaming around ehr garden wishing us good morning everyday!!
How wonderful that your neighbor does so well at 98...but I think that speaks to life in your country. I have been a nurse for 45 years, the last 21 in forensics, dealing with adult and child sexual abuse cases. I think that has certainly taken its toll on me! It is amazing how horrible man can be to his fellow man...and to children. Travel has enabled to to stay in the field, though, and I never forget there are trule GOOD people in the world as well.
Thanks for sharing, i am glad to know about your contribution as nurse helping restore humanity. you too represent the Goodness..keep visiting...
I will continue to visit your blog. It helps me get in touch with your country. When in India in Nov, I will, hopefully, be meeting some of the colleagues in your country who are doing the work I did here. They are thirsty to connect with us who began forensic nursing. Thanks for a the terrific photos.
This is a shop for me!:-)
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