Sunday, September 26, 2010

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Spot the crow in the mess thrown back by the sea after the immersions of Ganesha idols. Hordes of volunteers from various organisations will do the clean up of the messed up beaches. To prevent this the Municipal authorities have set up artificial ponds in the city and gradually people are becoming aware of the environment conservation.

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24 comments:

  1. A human mess, a crow's heaven!

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  2. Your country is about to be heaped with a load of nasty stuff; how do you feel about that?

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  3. How sad to see the way we mess up how beautiful assets. Thankfully, there are those who volunteer to try to rectify the damage done by humanity. I wonder what the crow really thinks of us.

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  4. Awesome as a photograph, sad as an incident!!

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  5. This interesting picture well describes the situation.

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  6. What a picture! what a sight!
    Im sure Ganapati Bappa is saddened at this sight every year..Hope Indian's awaken to environment consciousness real soon..:(

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  7. Good shot to make us feel more responsible on environment...

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  8. let our prayers go up for the world that God created-no rituals sanction such desecration.

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  9. Terrible!!!
    Artificial lakes and ponds are much better!

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  10. Such a mess but it makes a great shot!

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  11. @Shrinidhi.. this is Dadar/Shivaji Park

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  12. Wow - fabulous shot, that gives rise to sadness for all the mess.

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  13. Wow, what a shot! Sad to see all that trash!

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  14. Love the photo! On the surface, it looks like merely a trashed beach, where people inconsiderately dump refuse. In reality, it isn't. I read up on the Ganesha Immersion. Very interesting.

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  15. nice take...but its time tat BBMP paid heed 2 wats happening :(

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  16. Lucid click, hope it will catch right attention to protect environment.

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  17. looks like a lonely sentinel keeping vigil over the remains of Mother Nature! Spooky!

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  18. This picture makes me sad...like a prophecy of death and decay!

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  20. Oh my god what a mess! A beautiful festival, but with an extremely disgusting aftermath.

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  21. nice take...but its time tat BBMP paid heed 2 wats happening :(

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