Monday, January 5, 2009

Mumbai in Monochrome Mania

The Bandra Worli sealink construction in Monochrome.

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28 comments:

  1. Beautiful and almost unreal, other worldly looking! Marvelous! as always. Thank you!

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  2. OK..that's beautiful B&W..happy New Year.

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  3. Great picture! I recollect this was featured in National Geographic a long time ago. I believe it is a solution for many a traffic woe in Mumbai!

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  4. What a grey day with glooming mood :)

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  5. The sealink is a prized landmark... not only because it is an answer to Mumbai traffic woes... but also because you photograph it so well.

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  6. superbe b&w, on pourrait se croire dans un grand manège.

    superb b&w, one might believe in a great ride.

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  7. Kind of misty/hazy look - early or late. I get a waiting sort feel fromit.

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  8. The architecture of the bridge looks amazing in monochrome..

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  9. I do like a bridge image. B&w and the composition really make this dramatic.

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  10. Very nice b&w composition!

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  11. I love this angle and the way it displays the suspension cables. Can't wait to see what the finished structure looks like!

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  12. Wow! It heads off into a nowhere place. Or at least that would be one's guess from this photo. Very nifty b&w.

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  13. Very interesting shot .. so much to think about ..

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  14. I like the composition.
    But what's a sealink compare to a bridge?

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  15. Enlarged, it seems so huge. I wonder how men can built such gigantic bridges.
    In B&W, lines are even more imposing. Monochrome fits perfectly to these constructions.

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  16. Nice shot! I think the hazy day makes for an excellent background.

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  17. Lovely lines and shapes. It has a graceful look.

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  18. Very nice b&w composition!

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