I've been home for a little over a week now, and it's just hitting me that I am halfway done. On June 30th I'm off to Bangalore, to begin two months of discovering this very-amazing-world's-largest-democracy that I come from. Funnily enough this has been the first time that I've truly embraced home for what it is- some down time. Time to sit on the couch and fight for the remote, time to illegally download music and actually listen to it, time to wake up just before noon and feel no guilt, time to fucking finger-paint. Yeah, you heard me, fingerpaint.
However, amidst all this lukhagiri I've been able to sneak a few adventures in. I've spent the past few months whining about my photographic rut, but I've quickly discovered that the motherland is my muse, and she has kindly remedied aforementioned rut! Hooray for the photogenic motherland! Banganga is an ancient water tank and temple complex in the heart of the city. It's one of my favorite places, and it's especially beautiful in the monsoon. More photographic evidence of Bombay adventuring to come!