Friday, March 12, 2010

Skywatch Friday Season 4 Episode 35

Industrial Sky

Industrial Sky, Yes it is. This picture was taken at Jehangirpuri Industrial Area in New Delhi where I was off for some audit work. Since there was not much in the picture, I had to work upon it adjusting color, tints, midtones and contrast.

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Date of Picture: March 6, 2003
Place: New Delhi
Camera: Canon A580

13 comments:

Samson said...

Nice shot Tarun, sad to see the polution that the industry is causing

Sylvia K said...

Unfortunately, that's what is happening to many of our skies everywhere and you've captured it very well! A great reminder! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Vicky said...

Nice photo!!!!

Spiderdama said...

Your work it up good! Nice picture:-)

magiceye said...

good work!

Rajesh said...

Very neat and beautiful shot.

Mridula said...

No wonder in many areas the eyes water, there is so much pollution.

Chakoli said...

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Some how I cudnt think what shud i comment fr this pic....

but your old pics... especially.... the skywatch friday season 4...is amazing...

and u wore a white shirt on holi day...amazing!!!

u shud have put ur picture... (with face;))... we cud have seen hw many colours u used... :D

Tarun Mitra said...

@ Samson...I know..but development is also required

@ Sylvia..Thanks :)

@ Vicky...thanks

@ Magiceye..thanks

@ Rajesh...Neat??? Thanks anyway

@ Mridula..I know, faced it many places

@ Chakoli..don't think just do..:)
which season 4 are u refering to ? yep I wore an old shirt...I said it is privacy, but you can see my face if you look for it :P

Thank you all

overtiredmum said...

Another cloud factory. xo

Nalini Hebbar said...

the tint gave the pic a polluted look too...nice

Reader Wil said...

Yes I agree with Samson and Sylvia: it's a great photo, but a pity that industries cause a lot of polution. Thanks for your visit!

Tarun Mitra said...

@ overtiredmum...yep..thanks :)

@ Nalini...thanks :)

@ Reader Wil...yes they do but they also generate employment