Saturday, August 8, 2009

Saturday Photohunt - Low

During low tide, linen is dried on the shore using solar energy at Carter Road in Bandra, Mumbai.
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18 comments:

  1. Tres interessant! I like the comment about solar energy!

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  2. That is very interesting! And, yes, good use of solar energy! Great post, Magiceye!

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  3. Unfortunately there is no sun at that moment! I have always wondered how the sand doesn´t stick to the linen.

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  4. Yes, I recall the acres of laundry drying along the shore. Great take on the theme!

    I took a slightly different route this week... Maybe it was the beer talking...

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  5. Interesting from the solar energy!!
    Nice to now :)

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  6. I did not know of this practice! Great take on the theme!

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  7. In Malaysia, there are ethnic Indians known as "dhobi"s who dry laundry by putting it on the ground and making use of the sun's rays too. :)

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  8. Great take on the theme :)

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  9. Interesting Magic and great take on the theme!

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  10. Such an interesting photo...never saw this before...

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  11. I didn't know laundry was dried on the beach! Wouldn't that make the linens dirty again? Such an interesting photo!

    Mine's up, too! I hope you can visit.
    Have a great weekend!
    Mrs. Mecomber
    http://newyorktraveler.net

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  12. that is nteresting to know.. we use sun to in my hometown Philippines to dry fish :)

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  13. Great take on the theme and interesting too

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  14. And we hope there are no clouds!
    :-)

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  15. Interesting, but don't the linen get dirty laid down on the ground like that?

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  16. Seems like it would take forever to get dry like that. But it's a great take on the theme. I didn't even think of low tide! (Which is odd since pretty much everything else I've done lately has been tied to the ocean in some way.)

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  17. Seems like it would take forever to get dry like that. But it's a great take on the theme. I didn't even think of low tide! (Which is odd since pretty much everything else I've done lately has been tied to the ocean in some way.)

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