Thursday, July 30, 2009

Thursday Challenge - Earth

A view of the Mahim Nature Park. The green cover that we are losing and need to protect.
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21 comments:

  1. Hi Magiceye!

    What kind of trees are those. Remind me of the Ficus trees we had in South Florida...

    Nice shot.

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  2. Great shot! And true words. We're losing these sort of things all over the world and we do need to protect them!

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  3. A glade where one can reflect and listen to the inner music of loving wisdom!
    Hawaii must again salute sister Mumbai with aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  4. Very nice snap.Beautiful composition.

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  5. Go!!!let's protect out earth..:)
    Have a nice day.

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  6. une promenade en foret, c'est superbe.

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  7. In mahim? Wow. Didn't know that such a place was hidden there!

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  8. This shot give me
    a PEACE feeling ;)
    I love the nature :))

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  9. It don't looks very good...

    Great shot!

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  10. Very true, the green spaces of any city must be protected. They are essential to the well being of any urban area - great shit!

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  11. Well put my friend. When all the jungles are the concrete kind, we're going to be in trouble as a species. Good to know that there are still places even in the largest cities that preserve a little green.

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  12. They same is true, everywhere.

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  13. Parks should be high on the endangered species list

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  14. Oh yes, Magiceye, we do need to take care of our park everywhere. Nice picture.

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  15. So glad you are making people aware of the need to protect the greenery. At one time, India was so lush, at least from what I read.

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  16. You are right, it would look so much different and better with green.

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  17. So glad you are making people aware of the need to protect the greenery. At one time, India was so lush, at least from what I read.

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