Category: Vintage India
KR market in Bangalore is a bustling place early morning and I'd been planning to visit the place some day early morning for a long time now. But it never happened! Instead, on my way back from Mandya, on a cloudy noon, I got down from the bus at the Mysore road flyover and walked down towards the KR market bus stop. The ramp to the flyover going up from the KR Market did give me a good perspective for some pictures:
The place has so many colorful spectacles and one of the things that caught my attention was these bags of snacks - apparently called Boti (the cylindrical ones) and Sandige (all the other shapes :)), according to a Kannadiga colleague of mine. These have to be fried in oil before being served as crunchy snacks or along with pappad for meals. The pic is taken with the Canon EF 180mm f/3.5L (macro) lens, handheld, set in Av mode, f/5.6 and ISO-400 for a 1/200s exposure.
The 2nd shot is also taken with the Canon EF 180mm f/3.5L (macro) lens, again handheld in Av mode, at f/5, ISO-400 and a 1/100s exposure.