The Artsy Side of a Trip to India

I felt like sharing something more artsy than serious today, so here’s a picture I took in Mumbai when we visited a building that was used in a movie, Not Today (about human trafficking), which will be released next spring.  Actually, the building is divided into two parts: a family lives in one part, and they rent the rest of it out for filming in movies, TV shows, etc.  We were there the day before MTV was going to show up to shoot some stuff.

Even the peeling paint in India seemed to be colorful and interesting.  This was on the outside of the building.  I just thought it might make an interesting picture.I have other artsy pictures I took while there, too, that I’ll share in the future.

Like I said, something light for today…I’m not in the mood for serious stuff tonight.

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: in 1804, Aaron Burr shot and killed Alexander Hamilton in their famous duel.

TRIVIA FOR TODAY: historical accounts say the first Christmas celebrated in the Philippines was celebrated somewhere between 1280-1320 AD, nearly 200 years before Ferdinand Magellan “discovered” the country for the western world.


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