South of India

I've been to India multiple times but never really had the time to walk around with my camera. This time was different. I finished my business duties in Pune and decided to stay in Mumbai for a little while and I completely felt in love with the city. It's a huge metropolis with every district being completely different from another. Contemporary cafes in the university area come in contrast with bustling streets near Mumbai Central Station or with poverty in the many slum zones. Mumbai is the city I could live in. At least for some time.

In this India photography album there are also some shots from Auroville, an experimental yet probably utopian village where people could live without money, government or religion. Regardless of whether it works or not, I spent a very good time near the Golden Globe, staying in a tree house on an eco farm.