Saturday, July 13, 2013

Saturday Photohunt - Workplace and Flamboyance

No place for Flamboyance in this Workplace in Dharavi.

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38 comments:

  1. No, probably not, but it is colorful! Great shot for the day!! Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Flamboyant!
    If any workplace could be flamboyant :-)

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  3. Am not quite sure what the people in the picture are working on but the yellow material sure is bright and colorful!

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  4. I appreciate this visit very much!


    Namaste

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  5. Love the colour.

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  6. Love the colour

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  7. Without any doubt that's a hard working place !

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  8. There is hardly any place in India which is not flamboyant .. so is this :)

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  9. Looks like tight quarters for sure. But the colors are certainly flamboyant! I think they're making rain slickers for cops and other people who work outside.

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  10. are they making those plastic sheets for rains? nice picture once again :)

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  11. What r the guys there making? raincoats?

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  12. That is certainly a flamboyant yellow!

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  13. Hari OM
    I agree with others Deepak-ji, the colour itself lends the flamboyance and the movement gives real life to this capture. Good work!

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  14. Nice shot. But, are they making leather products??? So nice and colorful frame, Deepak.

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    1. Thank you Panchali.
      They are making plastic rainwear and bags

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  15. Recycling is something i love n enjoy doing-at my small level.
    It is indeed a sight to see so much activity going on in a small room,cheers to such people.
    Thank you Deepak.

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  16. Hard at work to finish the orders. :)

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  17. Are they making carry bags? Lovely and bright yellow.

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  18. Nice Capture of hard work and the color rules :)

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