Saw this cutie on the road. Isn’t she purrfect…
Some cafes cater to your need for food, some cafes cater to your need for socialization and some cater to your need for amazing Instagram pictures. How often do you go to a cafe to feed your soul?
If you live in a city, you would be consciously aware of all the cafes that sprout in your locality and the numbers are huge. What does it take to stand out from the crowd? and how far would you go to break away from clutter? ‘Echoes’ in Koramangala, Bengaluru, in my opinion, does a lot to stay unique.
(Text: Sign Language Spoken here… Mind it)
The cafe is operated by deaf and mute.
I cannot attempt to describe what is more interesting, whether it is the fact that the cafe is operated by differently abled or how hassle-free and effective are the operations.
Here is a walkthrough of their completely admirable operations…
STEP 1: Ring the bell for service
Step 2: Write down your order (clearly). Check and re-check.
Step 3: Tadaaaaa
They serve authentic filter coffee in a ‘matka‘ and that is not sweetened to death.
Step 4: Chill out, read all the amazing quotes on the walls and to talk to the staff in sign language.
Step 5.1: If you are ready for more…
Step 5.2: and if you are done…
How cool is this? This is my first time in such a cafe and I was blown by the meticulous attention to service.
Here is a picture of the wonderful, happy, courteous and confident staff
I would go back and spend some time here every time I go to Bengaluru and I recommend all my friends in Bengaluru to do the same!
I am a huge fan of all the Adobe software. Until yesterday I used photoshop to edit all my pictures. Adobe Lightroom is my new discovery. I might be a little late in discovering this, in fact, this ain’t even a discovery, however, I can’t help but flaunt my love for the software.
Most of my candid shots lack the ideal light exposure and this software works great for fixing this.
Here is the photograph of adorable 80-year-old grandmother. This picture was shot on iPhone 7.
here is the Edited Photograph
and here is a comparison of the both…