Monday, March 22, 2010

Monochrome mania

The homeless have pitched up their homes on the pavement under the newly built skywalk in Bandra.
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33 comments:

  1. Nothing like a view, I guess! How sad it is that there are so many homeless living under bridges and skywalks! Terrific shot as always!

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  2. A fitting subject for Monochrome Mania. This could very easily be in many parts of the San Francisco Bay Area.

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  3. The monochrome really helps tell the tragic story. Great job!

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  4. Yep. Actually that is pavement below the pedestrian bridge which is now home-sweet-home.

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  5. Some, at least, have transport.

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  6. tres belle composition de la photo et un superbe b&w

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  7. a stark reality of life....that is what came to my mind when I saw this photo..

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  8. Hard life for some, but it makes a great photo!

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  9. An excellent image capturing a hard life, Deepak.

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  10. A suitably sombre approach to a serious urban problem.

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  11. A telling photo. I like the way you've caught the old man in the background. This is fine photo-journalism.

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  12. Noooooooo! 20 years later they won't move out!

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  13. Amazing shot.
    Glorious example of "progress" of our country.

    This picture is a tribute to India's 8% growth rate.

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  14. Good street photo telling of life in the city.

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  15. The inequity in our world is so tragic!

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  16. This photo is different !!!
    ;)

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  17. Very sad situation, and your fine B&W image well describes it.

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  18. So sad but it's the reality in many big cities.
    Wonderful capture dear friend, your pictures are always well done!
    Léia

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  19. I hope they are allowed to stay there and that some accommodations are made for their safety.

    Powerful shot, my friend!

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  20. just an opinion..y dont u capture pics frm d central line!!

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  21. I love this scene. Real, true life. And brilliantly captured. Well done sir!

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  22. just an opinion..y dont u capture pics frm d central line!!

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  23. Amazing shot.
    Glorious example of "progress" of our country.

    This picture is a tribute to India's 8% growth rate.

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  24. A telling photo. I like the way you've caught the old man in the background. This is fine photo-journalism.

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  25. a stark reality of life....that is what came to my mind when I saw this photo..

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  26. This in B & W makes a statement!

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  27. The monochrome really helps tell the tragic story. Great job!

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