Located at the end of the Mumbai’s Marine Drive, Nariman Point is a business district surrounded by the vast sea on one side and unique heritage structures on the other. It can give you some great photographs with its high rise buildings, clean promenade, and sea-facing sunsets.
I recently went there for some cool street photography and tried to click as many photos I could in different angles and frames. The golden hour only added to the lustre and made the scene even more photogenic. Anyway, here are some of my best photographs of Nariman Point.
How to Reach – You can go to Nariman Point directly by road. By train, the nearest railway station is Churchgate Station on the western line or CSMT on the central or harbour line. Then take a cab from the station to reach Nariman Point.
Mumbai Through a Frame – A pleasing scene through a frame of leaves.
People and Dogs – The evening brings many dog owners with their little ones at Nariman Point.
Leading Lines – The cars and trees make interesting lines and patterns.
Lost in Thought – The sunset calls for a dreamy look on many people’s faces.
Click My Picture – Two friends clicking pictures and having fun!
Pigeon of The City – In addition to people, pigeons also make good subjects.
Lifeline of Mumbai – Here is another lifeline of Mumbai, its dedicated cleaners.
The Dividing Line – Is there a strong line separating us from animals?
Reflections – The city being reflected in a car.
Mumbai Chaat – The staple food of every Mumbaikar!
I had a lot of fun clicking pictures at Nariman Point. It was an evening well-spent. I hope you liked my photos. Do let me know your suggestions and thoughts in the comments section. Thank you!
Also Read – Photography at Bandra Worli Sea Link
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