Rule no. 6: Keep a clean bar. Turn bottles to face forward. Wipe the bar-top. Straighten the stools. If people think you don’t care, they won’t either.
Rule no. 5: Know what you serve and why.
Când mă privesc într-o fântână mă văd cu-adevărat în zi aşa cum sunt şi-am fost şi-oi fi. Când mă privesc într-o fântână ghicesc în faţa mea bătrână cum ceruri şi pământ se-ngână. Când mă privesc într-o fântână ştiu că-n adâncuri foste mume îmi ţin oglindă, ochi de lume. Când mă privesc într-o fântână îmi văd…
4th rule: Sleeping with your customers is a great way to loose money.
3rd rule: It’s not your party. It’s not your booze. It’s not your bar. „Interbelic” cocktail bar, Bucharest, 2012
A tamil priest during a religious ceremony. Munnar, Kerala state, SW India, January 2016 The Independence Day (January 26th) is observed throughout India with great joy. Flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades, cultural events and also public religious ceremonies, some of them specifically designed for this occasion (fortunately, Western-style „secularism” is completely unknown to this parts of the…
Munnar, Kerala state, SW India, 01 feb 2016
Ali Bag, Mumbai, India, January 2016.
Mahatma Gandhi Beach, Fort Kochi, Kerala state, SW India February 2016
A little girl in a tamil workers’ colony inside the tea plantations. Munnar area, Kerala state, SW India, february 2016. Her eyes did not leave me during my visit in the colony (1 hr). She was drinking tea and staying silent.