Tuesday, December 23, 2008

That's my world

This is the Worli end of the Bandra Worli Sealink. Last week I had posted the Bandra  end
To view different parts of the world please click here
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33 comments:

  1. Wow! Impressive view. Were you up there taking that photo?

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  2. Hi Robert, yes. Had been up there to take this photo. It was an awesome experience.

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  3. any chance they'll let you get back up there after it's finished? I'd love to see the completed project!

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  4. Look like an aircraft carrier to me. :)

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  5. That does take my breath away as most of your photos do! Thank you as always for sharing a part of your world! Have a great holiday season!

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  6. With that gap this is even better than the previous one.

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  7. Well Well, definitely no height sickness .... fantastic photo ....

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  8. WOW!!! Vertigo is not a problem for you I see!! Merry Christmas.

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  9. Wow, very impressive. Its amazing what we can build! Happy Holidays!

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  10. An amazing, vertiginous photo, magiceye! Thank you.

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  11. That's a great point of view!

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  12. that was a marvelous view. From where did u click the photo?

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  13. It sia an impressive image and as you know I do like a bridge photo.

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  14. Wow! What a view again. You amaze me.

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  15. This city is truely full of wonders!

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  16. Need to hire a Spiderman to get this shot..it's a great one

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  17. my word that's high up!! hope you didn't get dizzy but what a view. Judith

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  18. I would never be able to take such an amazing photograph as I am scared of heights. This is just gorgeous!

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  19. Wow, the things you do for us! I saw it in the portal and couldn't figure it out, but now I'm looking at the actual photo I'm getting vertigo just sitting here! Great shot indeed.

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  20. Great perspective on an interesting structure. Is it being built or falling apart?

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  21. Namaste! I don't have your e-mail address!!! Please have a look at the right side of my blog and check “Season’s Greetings”! Click on the picture which was taken from your blog. Best wishes to you and your family,for a happy new year. Philip

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  22. brings back nostalgic memories..

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  23. I hope they don't forget to fill that hole in before it opens!

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  24. Whoa - can't look too long at this one! (very cool though)

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  25. Apologies for a cut and paste, but there was no way on Earth I would be able to make it around the whole globe to wish everybody a Merry Christmas otherwise. I’m not Santa, you know!

    Anyway, from myself, Henry and Ezra, have a Merry Christmas/Winter Solstice/Hanukkah/Festivus and a happy New Year!

    I hope that all of your holiday photos turn out to be triumphs and all your soufflés rise accordingly.

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  26. How do you do these shots, magiceye? They are magnificent! :)

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  27. what a perspective...have so enjoyed your shots of the bridge from assorted perches...
    happy holidays from erin in botetourt county virginia.

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  28. WOW! What an amazing shot. And you are a skywalker.

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