Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Mumbai - That's my world!



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This is a view of part of Bandra in Mumbai from atop the Tower of the Bandra-Worli sealink that should be ready by March09. This is my world which is expanding, charting new territories, building bridges towards development and a better future for all.
To know how I got this high please see the post 'Atop the Bandra-Worli Sealink', a couple of posts below.
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34 comments:

  1. Lovely picture !! you gotta tell me how you clicked this one though

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  2. Simply amazing shot, what an incredible angle.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  3. That is an amazing shot and an amazing piece of work.

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  4. What a perspective! Well done. Thanks.

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  5. That's an amazing photo. How high did you have to be to take it? It makes me dizzy thinking about it.

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  7. Amazing shot taken from a height!

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  8. une superbe photo, l'architecture de ce pont est magnifique.
    a superb photograph, the architecture of this bridge is splendid.

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  9. Wow, what an exciting project and photo!

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  10. This might be one of my favorites of your collection to date. Not only is it an excellent composition, the symbolism of the bridge is completely appropriate.

    I'd love to know how you got access to this perch while the project is still under construction. I never seem to be able to manage that.

    Magnificent!

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  11. This is a stunning perspective! Well done!

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  12. This will be a beautiful bridge when completed! I like the angle from which you took this photo.

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  13. This is an incredible view! Excellent photo and MWT post.

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  14. its a beautiful world of one of my fav cities ..u know i lived in bandra and worked in worli some time ago

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  15. Let's be clear here that pakistan is a "terrorist state" and never have any illusion that it is going to be any different.We have made a grave blunder by suggesting in the international fora that "Pakistan is also a victim of terror." We should stop interviewing leaders from that country who mouth the same inanities that "you have not produced any proof."Let us not fall into the trap of providing proof to the culprits. More than 100 acts/attempts of terror recorded in the world since 9/11 have had their roots in Pakistan. More than 40% of the prisoners in Guantanamo are Pakistanis.

    We should categorically, unambiguously, unequivocally boycott Pakistan in all aspects for a decade or more. Pakistan is the only territory in the world where an army has a whole country under its control. The state policy of Pakistan is terrorism and their single-point programme of existence is to destroy India.

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  16. That is a wonderful view of the structure. I would like to see this from other angles to see more.

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  17. Whoa, how did you get up this high, magiceye?

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  18. Awesome shot and perspective!

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  19. That is amazing and incredibly beautiful! How did you do it! Wow! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  20. You know I like a bridge. This construction and the angle you got is awesome.

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  21. an awesome perspective ... enjoy your blog and posts.
    as always appreciative of them.

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  22. Take a bow for this photo. Clap-clap-clap. Excellent angle and such an interesting sight.

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  23. this is really quite amazing, getting a view from so high, and living in fast-expanding country (ours is sort of reverting...)

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  24. an awesome perspective ... enjoy your blog and posts.
    as always appreciative of them.

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