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Wordless Wednesday No.6

Could not resist a Wordless Wednesday. Clicked at Worli Sea face, Mumbai ,India.


  1. I am wordless! :)

  2. YOWSA!

    Nice Wednesday post! I enjoyed it! Come take a look at some "typical male bonding".

  3. poor man - is he trying to change the light bulb?

  4. Im speechless!


  5. Nice one. He is either a consciously committed Electricity Deptt. worker or a thief with a mission to eliminate wastage.

  6. Its wonderful photo. Vast sea, turtle like rock and tiny men(???).
    Good one.


  7. minus that man in action, the pic wouldn't have been wordless. Well captured shot Ps.

    btw when you drop by bangalore next, we will meet...

  8. Hi PS! All the risks man takes for fend for his stomach!!

  9. or is he trying to paint the pole?

    great pic! your pic does what a good pic should do. grab your attention and pose a question!

  10. Joy : :-)

    Flying monkeys:thanks for dropping by! Yours was sweet!

    Pink Dogwood:Don't know.

    Keshi: Keshi being speechless is incredible! :-)

    Hari: don't know--just saw him climbing.


    xh: thanks!

    Indrani: True.Yes we can--I like to meet new people.

    Arvind: Yes--sad.

    Guru:Thanks--i dont know what he was trying to do.

  11. Thank you for bringing worli seaface to my desktop. :) So whats with Wordless Wednesdays? Sounds interesting!!:)

    I closed my eyes thinking of chowpatti for a second... and I violently shook myself awake when I smelt the warm seabreeze garnished with the stench of peed-on walls and chatpatta channa:) I guess I've beem a migrant in this city for too long!:)Sigh!

  12. What the heck!? Happy WW.

  13. heheh what's he doing there?

  14. hanging midway, sort of how I feel today :)

  15. yep :)

    btw come n take part in my current post ok ;-)


  16. nice post and nice blog template tooo, where do u get tht?

  17. ahh! worli sea face...

    brings visits to mumbai as a child and astonished by the many umbrellas on the beach with surprise! surprise!...2 pairs of legs underneath...:D..

  18. Thats a really great shot....balanced antics!!

  19. 'Many hands make light work'...or in this case...'Many lights make Hans work'..(if he was German)...

    So come on everybody...How many Psychaitrists does it take to change a light bulb?

  20. Terrific picture!I've only just discovered WW. Great isn't it!

  21. Luvly pic P....ur eye caught dis so sure none wudve bothered to see it. Now u know y i like u sooooooo much.:)u r amazingggggggg!!!!

  22. All: Thanks everyone!! I started to reply individually but realised I'd only be repeating myself--so taking the easy way out--and saying thanks to all!

    Niall: One--but the light bulb must WANT to change :-) :-)

  23. wow how did he get up there

  24. I love photography n ur wordless wednesday posts r gr8...i hv aphotostream on flickr..jus in case if u hv time u can go thru it:


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