It really is an oasis, isn't it? From what I can see, this patch of green space must be greatly appreciated by the locals. Nice shot!Cheers from Montreal.
Is it Bombay Gymkhana?
you make us feel the space and the city!Namaste, Friendwith Aloha from Waikiki;Comfort Spiral ><}}(°> > < } } ( ° >< ° ) } } > <
Good to see some green ,the much needed color in big cities .Beautiful view .
Refreshing, Deepak! San Francisco has little patches of parks which are so welcome to its residents and visitors.
It's so beautiful. :)
Terrific capture and I love that patch of lovely color in the middle of the gray! Superb composition!
A little bit of greenery helps make a city feel a little bit less like a complete concrete jungle. :)
Lovely school building and the new construction activities are nearly eating up the green and lung space around the school!! :(
Every big city needs these green spaces I think, beautiful view Deepak.
There aren't too many public green spaces in downtown Mumbai, if I recall. I remember the hanging gardens.The Willingdon Club was really beautiful but definitely not public.http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2011/07/23/photo-hunt-patch/
coolness! something like new york's central park :)
We all need those patches of green in our cities. Nice photo and a great take on the theme.
A much needed patch of greenery!
how welcoming it looks.
An 'essential' part of urban life - parks!
Great urban photo over the city! Recently there were bombs in Mumbai - now yesterday in Norway, too! I pray this violence will stop!
cudnt believe tat its mumbai ;)
I wonder when developers shall grab this land too...
Such a beautiful view!
Excellent take on this week's theme!
Wonderful picture, I like a lot that yellow building spotted!HugsLéia
Every city needs these...many of them! In recent years, developers have been forced to include green space...a good thing. This looks nice with tennis courts and a ball field?
Very nice contrast. The light amber really stands out amongst the concrete structures.