The dolphin. Mandvi

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    newlune, balavenise, tomas teneketzis, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mwarlies 26 months ago | reply


      I pick this photograph to be on the cover of National Geographic
      National Geographic: Are You Good Enough?

    2. Chloe Pariset 26 months ago | reply

      J'ai garde de Mandvi certains de mes plus beaux souvenirs Indiens! Merci de m'y ramener...

    3. entrelec 26 months ago | reply

      J'ai beaucoup aimé aussi!

    4. Monica Forss 26 months ago | reply

      Lovely composition!

    5. abhishekit 26 months ago | reply

      that car is Ambassador. Used to be built by Hindustan Motors. HM was the biggest car manufacturer in India before liberalization of the automobile industry in 1990s. Ambassador was a pretty good car, very spacious. More spacious seating than the current mid size SUVs in U.S.

    6. Marji Lang 26 months ago | reply

      Originale la déco de celle-ci ! J'ai aussi beaucoup aimé Mandvi, je regrette de ne pas y avoir logé pour rester plus longtemps (j'avais fait l'AR en bus, pour la journée...).

    7. KittyKaht 26 months ago | reply

      Joel, this frame is lovely. A slice of India for us to see. I am loving that dolphin and the details on the parapet wall above are fantastic

    8. syamunori 26 months ago | reply

      Lovely design and grill work. on entrance and parapet walls.
      Old beauty but not deserted

    9. entrelec 26 months ago | reply

      You are right, the ambassador is really spacious! thanks for your comments...

    10. anandamoy 26 months ago | reply

      Lovely find, beautifully captured.
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    11. Claire Pismont 26 months ago | reply

      Un bel endroit, elle pourrait presque faire concurrence à celles de la havana dans un format plus modeste

    12. halifaxlight 26 months ago | reply

      a great street scene, love the dolphin!

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