Saturday, March 9, 2013

Saturday Photohunt - Monochrome and What sport do you like

 
Playing cricket in the bylanes of Mumbai monochromed!

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26 comments:

  1. Universal play!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  2. Saturday calls for some play,and cricket has never failed to excite Indians! Nice capture!

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  3. Brilliantly captured... ! The under arm bowling I guess is most popular in Mumbai !!! :D :D

    Without a doubt the favorite sport of millions in our country :D :D

    I loved this pic a wee bit too more than all others ! Problem is my adjectives look all cliched at your place ! :P

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  4. Terrific capture for the day! You can almost feel the intensity of the game! Enjoy your weekend!

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  5. Awesome capture, Super like.
    ~ Have a nice weekend ~

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  6. Hmmm... why aren't I surprised to find that a sport you like is cricket, Deepak? ;b

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  7. This is where the Gavaskars & Tendulkars grew up learning their cricket.

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  8. It's the popular sports in India! My Indian friends in Singapore play cricket often. I still cannot get the game right. haha.....

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  9. That must be funny to watch !

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  10. Hari OM
    Sport?! Oh don't get me started...C'mon Aussie - eerrr oops. Well done India. All of which doesn't matter. This is a superb capture of the seriousness of play.

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  11. Beautiful shot - perfect for this week's theme.

    Have a brilliant weekend.

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  12. We'd totally be chasing that ball, we would! Our mum says you got the timing right on that photo for sure!

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  13. The black and white makes for a more dramatic photo. Nicely done, ME!

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  14. I love ythe improvised wickets. Cricket is a favourite sport of mine.

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  15. This is what makes this game a religion in our country.

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