Saturday, May 30, 2009

Saturday Photohunt - Book(s)

Books can be written on the lives of these wonderful people living in Mumbai! 
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32 comments:

  1. I thought maybe those were books in the bag. Indeed many volumes could be written on the people in Mumbai. Many probably have been already. Marvelous photo!

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  2. Wonderful, but heart wrenching photos! a great reminders to the rest of us just how fortunate we are! Thanks!

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  3. Your photos speak volumes my Pacific friend! Aloha & Namaste

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  4. Quite a few stories in that picture alone. Well done.

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  5. All your photos are always so very interesting. This is a great photo, thank you.

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  6. I like your theme based posts. I have just joined as a follower.

    PS : Thank you for voting for me in photoblogawards. Appreciate it...Thomas

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  7. More then right. Many books can be wtitten and many has been so far. Photo is stuning!
    Have a nice weekend:)

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  8. I love pictures like these that capture a piece of every day life

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  9. Only the second non-book post I have seen today. Good idea.

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  10. Great composition, Deepak! The first thing that crossed my mind was Mira Nair's great movie 'Salaam Bombay'!

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  11. I remember fixing that kind of tile roof. Lot of those old tiles broke which was sad.

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  12. I'm sure books have been written on them.

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  13. This is a kind of realistic literature!
    Cezar

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  14. Even if you haven't written a book, you've definitely taken a photo of the sort that fits the adages "every picture tells a story" and "a picture says a thousand words" -- a wonderful, creative take on the theme. Well done! :)

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  15. I like very much your pictures with people in their every day life.

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  16. A fascinating snapshot into everyday life! How did you get such a vantage point? Great photo!

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  17. That is both and amazing and thought provoking photo. Happy weekend and thanks for dropping by my blog!

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  18. Very special post about books,
    but its the reality,
    great idea from you !!
    Fantastic shot ;)
    Have a nice sunday (@^.^@)

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  19. Yes, you are so right. An excellent photo, and a first-rate reminder of how others live. Fine documentary shot.

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  20. Aloha from Maui!!
    Great documentary picture indeed!
    Thank you for sharing.

    Happy photo hunting to you...
    Cindy O
    Come by & visit!

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  21. Fascinating photo! Why is this man sitting on the roof, do you suppose?

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  22. Its important for the world to see the truth through your eyes. Wonderful Post!

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  23. @Jacob ... he was on the roof to repair the roof before the monsoon which is expected in June.

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  24. A very thoughtful take on today's theme. Great pictures here.
    Mine is up here.

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  25. Interesting way to present the theme!!

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  26. Creative interpretation of the theme - nicely done!

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  27. One of my favorite Canadian writers was born in Mumbai. Rohinton Mistry has written a number of books about the lives of people in Mumbai. "Family Matters" and "Tales from Firozsha Baag" are my favorite.

    I really shopuld check out more Indian writers.

    Mine is up.

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  28. what a superb photo. Have a great weekend!

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