Black And White Wednesday : Roasted Corn Seller
I have been on a bit of a blogging break. I had been planning to take one but this break was unplanned. Before I go any further I would, once again, like to say a heartfelt “Thank You” to all of you who called, wrote to me and left messages on my Facebook page with your thoughts, wishes and prayers. Please know that they made a big difference and went a long way to make things better.
As I was saying, I have been feeling it was time I got back to posting here but just didn’t get around to it. It was Susan’s Black And White Wednesday that finally shook up me up from my lethargy and got me going. Hopefully, I shall get back to regular posting and eventually get around to visiting my favourite blogs too.
My submission to this week’s Black And White Wednesday is this photograph of a street cart stocked with fresh corn ready for roasting. This was taken about a little over a month back when the monsoons were still going strong.
The monsoon season is the time here in Goa for freshly harvested corn and suddenly you'll find street carts selling roasted corn Indian-style (with chilli powder or chaat masala) or “bhutta” as it is known in Hindi. Munching freshly roasted corn while standing on the kerbside sheltering from the cold rain under an umbrella is an experience not to be missed!
Business hasn’t started for the day and the girl was keeping herself occupied with her mobile/ cell phone while for her father to come down.
If you are keen on black and white food photography, do join Susan every Wednesday (or whichever one you can make it to) with your photograph.