Wednesday, April 4, 2012

ABC Wednesday - L

 
Labourers labouring to build Luxurious apartments in Mumbai.

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46 comments:

  1. yes, good scene


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  2. They are not wearing any safety harness? over here, the main contractor is liable for a fine for not using any safety features for any high level work.

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  3. Interesting image.
    Greetings from Turin!

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  4. belle photo en b&w de ces travailleurs

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  5. Important labor. Or labour, if you will.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  6. the symbol of growing India!!

    Well captured, Well seen

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  7. Hmmm.... a common sight in Mumbai....construction everywhere !

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  8. I love like this type of apartment.

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  9. rich people living in rich places, poor workers get peanuts. There is a youtube of an interview of Indian and Bangladesh workers in Singapore earning $18 a day.

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  10. You play very well with the letters, great choice for this theme!
    Léia

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  11. Thougfh a common sight but its uncommon to some one stop by and capture it. Beautiful!

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  12. Scary.. but they seem so comfortable.

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  13. Wow , nice take on the Letter L ...

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  14. The monochrome multiplies the impact of the photograph. A perfect composition which has been accurately exposed.

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  15. That's progress for you Deepak, looks great in B&W, industrial!

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  16. That looks like very scary work and the scaffolding doesn't look all that sturdy. I couldn't do it!

    Great shot, though!

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  17. Laborers are awesome.

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    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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  18. Nice shot. B&W makes it all the more real.

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  19. A unique take on the theme. loved it.

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