31 March 2011

kissing the horizon..

kissing the horizon..
Bandra Worli Sea Link

Bandra Worli Sea Link shot from Bandra Lands End (Near Bandra Fort) on Aug 22, 2010

EXIF
Exposure 1/1000 sec
Focal length 55mm (82 mm in 35 mm format)
ISO 200
No Flash / Handheld

24 comments:

Aayushi said...

Fabulous photo. Very well composed.

mayankpandey said...

Aayushi - thanks for dropping by. Much appreciated.

Siddhartha Joshi said...

Wow...this is stunning beyond belief! Superb work Mayank...

mayankpandey said...

Hey Siddhartha - thanks mate. :-)

Kieran said...

Awesome pic, and a nice structure too! I love the colours and tones in this shot.

mayankpandey said...

Kieran, thanks for visiting my blog. I hope to see you again. This is indeed
one of the finest icons of the city i live in - Mumbai, India. Am glad you
liked it.

mayankpandey said...

thanks man.

Arun Sarma said...

This is brilliant. Just brilliant.

mayankpandey said...

interesting take Vyan. No wonder this is called the City of Dreams.

mayankpandey said...

Aditya - thanks for dropping by and am glad you liked it

mayankpandey said...

what pleasure Daniel to have you visit my page! thank you!

mayankpandey said...

thanks mate

location calonge said...

Wonderful capture of this Bandra Worli Sea Link in India...I have seen this sea link during my visit to Mumbai last year...It is so beautifully built that many people can be seen taking its photographs...

joshi daniel said...

awesome!

aditya garg said...

Fabulous shot :D

Vyankatesh Narkar said...

Amazing picture. Looks like its stretching onto infinity - like the hopes with which people from all over India come to Bombay!!

mayankpandey said...

thanks. Pls do visit again.

khushboo gandhi said...

fantab click :O

mayankpandey said...

Thanks a lot. Really appreciate you dropping by. Look forward to more
feedback in future.

Krunal said...

AWESOME!!!

mayankpandey said...

thank you.. am delighted with your compliment. As a photographer seeing beyond ordinary is the key

Zephyr said...

I have not seen the sea-link from this angle before. It looks so different. But your pics are all like that, they make the ordinary look different. :)

mayankpandey said...

Meg - thanks a lot. ;)

Meg said...

Perfect! Love everything about this shot

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