Wow! Ripped it is! Great capture for the day!Sylvia
why this overdose of blue blue di ?
Loved capture, interesting to see coaching center in that building .
Too congested but that's how life exists in a crowded city!!!Nice observation.....From: www.sriramnivas.com
Am guessing that this photo was taken on the poor side of the tracks...
A tired slogging mind,but with visions of dreamsfar awayin the distance;now obsessed withclearing a spaceto make a windowto the outside......Sometimes,loosely covered,blue in doubt,sometimesallowing a partial peek,sometimesa blurred sliding glasspulled over itin shame.Yet,sometimesamidst closed and locked attitudes,a stray ray of sunlightfalls upon the window...An urge to educate the mindoften arises,but is kept in place by planned corrugated attitudes.Sometimes though,in the face of all this, the mind gives up,drawsall its strengthsback into a corner,and says,"So much turmoil here,I'll keep my Vaastushastra to myself,down here...."
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Confronted with reality...nice choice for the theme, happy weekend!ripped
An excellent photo for the theme! Well-done!
Devilish monsoon damage! Well, the winter is there to repair for next year's fun ;)
Typical Mumbai slum, great capture. Why the title ripped ?
Wow, an amazing photo. Truly ripped!
Couple of months earlier I wouldn't believe This type of houses existed, now I know. That is the beauty of travel.
love the blue touch
amazing n different :D
It could use a tad more contrast... and I didn't get the association to the title.. may be I'm not seeing it correctly... Rishi
Rishi it is about the ripped blue tarps
Great shot, and apt for the theme! Loved the blues and greys, and the mood of the scene.
Amazing to see the tall buildings of the city in the background of this scene Deepak!
What an eye you've got, man! Simply awesome, Deepak...
:) space utilized indeed
Love your subject of photography.. :)