Now that's a good idea Deepak, much safer for those down below. Gosh the background is so green and lush, ours is getting a bit brown and dry now, not enough rain.
A great idea indeed!! And how beautiful and green it is! Terrific capture as always, Deepak!Sylvia
I thought this was a drug bust or something like it...I've not seen such nets. And I don't think I'd park my car in such proximity to danger (from falling debris!)...a very intriguing photo!
That's certainly a good idea. How sturdy are these nets, though. I do think I would park my vehicle elsewhere, though. The area is so pretty and green. Over here in our village, it is so dusty,mainly because the compound has no grass on the ground and is not paved. Skip, to Lorna's dismay, seems to love frolicking with other dogs and returns to shake off the dust, once he's inside the house!
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I would be rather nervous to be underneath those nets while construction debris falls on them.
A very good idea and I hope it do hold whatever debris that fell.
un système de protection ingénieux
nets on construction sites are a good idea to prevent accidents.
A very good idea!
We need one such net in my house right now as our house is under heavy duty renovation work.
Nice picture!Are they sure this things are safe enough?GreetingsYvonne & Raphael
Thank you. Hope they are safe :)
interesting take ;)
Thank you Bard
Cool Capture ..
Thank you Dhiru
Great shot, what are these nets for?
Thank you Saru. The nets are to catch any falling debris if any.
You sure those are for debris, and not for humans falling off? :D
Humans are debris in Mumbai, unfortunately..
If only all those who start construction in residential areas were as considerate.
Indeed!I think now the builders have to abide by this as per new regulations