Monday, November 28, 2011

Monochrome mania

Along the railway tracks of freight trains in Bandra, Mumbai

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26 comments:

  1. Great mono capture for the day! I won't ever worry about my apartment looking messy again!

    Sylvia

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  2. Wonderful monochrome !
    lol@Sylvia's comment :)

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  3. Nice click!!! Like the feel of the pic!

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  4. hmmm..the real essence of Mumbai :-P

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  5. beau b&w qui montre qui une partie de la ville

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  6. Very spicy image:). Greetings from Brasov!

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  7. liked the contrast between the developed part and the poor people!

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  8. very nice shot, works wonders in B/W! just a lil tilted towards the left thou...

    cheers,
    My Third Eye

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  9. Great clarity, and fascinating lines.

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  10. It's always so interesting to see a slice of Mumbai life Deepak, I think you made a brilliant choice in making this a B&W, very graphic!!

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  11. Keep mumbai clean, Keep it green!! It would be a massive campaign here!!

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  12. Can't believe this is Bandra, at least not the Bandra that I have seen, very good eye opener...

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  13. great shot..reality as it is!!!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.com/

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  14. nice photo presenting the uncovered true realities ...

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  15. A great B&W capture. The chaos of Mumbai reigns!

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  16. Agree with Saru...it's a reality check!

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  17. Is this the financial capital of India? India and Bharat are two sides of our country..Seems difficult to digest that Mukesh and Nita Ambani Antilla of Rs 2 billion is in the same city.
    Great shot!

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  18. Never saw Bandra like this...

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  19. Evocative! And Danny Boyle's gonna hire you for his next Mumbai flick :)

    Cheers!

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  20. I am loving your real life shots and I think the b&w makes them even more powerful. I've not been in Mumbai but I've seen similar sceneries in other cities like (Old) Delhi.

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