Monday, April 1, 2013

Monochrome mania and CDP Theme Day - Pedestrian crossing

 
Pedestrian crossing at Naval Dockyard's Lion Gate in Mumbai.

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55 comments:

  1. Nice capture.
    Have a nice week .

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  2. Hari Om
    You were in the right place at the right time that day! This is a fantastic shot for both themes. Love it!

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  3. Going to work, you've got to look good, even on a pedestrian crossing.

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  4. Goodness, lots going on here. Interesting photo. Like it!

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  5. Awesome capture! Looks like that car was parked in the wrong place...

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  6. Weird how most of the pedestrians are on the road with the cars!! Your lone pedestrian on the crossing looks very serene - great shot!

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  7. Pedestrian interesting. Walking even more. A very good picture. Greetings.

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  8. Well done Deepak, another image with multiple layers.

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  9. wonderful! love it in monochrome!

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  10. Nice capture especially in b&w - I love the energy of everything happening!

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  11. I like your combo look and the b/w works.

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  12. Interesting scene. Lots to look at.

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  13. black & white has its own charm especially when it freezes a moment! Awesome click sir.

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  14. Nice shot!

    http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in/2013/04/ruralscapes-of-india.html

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  15. Great street photography... Very lively...

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  16. Great shot, with so much to see. The young woman almost seems to be alone in her own world.

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  17. My first thought was that I hope the woman is OK - she seems anxious to me. Then I noticed the car being towed and realise that there is a lot going on in this frame. Well done! An excellent interpretation of both themes.

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