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Delhi3 by 99thbone Delhi3 by 99thbone
this is a mounment to the Great Salt March, by MK Gandhi -- also represented on the 500 Rupee note -- we were driving pass -- because we are not allowed to stop here -- but it was the best one i got -- even here in 2004 didn't get this result
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michi-moo Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2007
Great shot, and it would've been even better if you could stop to take the picture.
In the Philippines it's the same, there are monuments on main roads and there's no parking so you can't take a good picture. It's for the same reason, they don't want people to destroy or damage the staute.
Too bad for that...
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99thbone Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
it is bad -- because people like us who choose to stop and admire the works -- cannot -- but its okay -- admired from a distance -- is still something -- later days
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PeaceOut Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
:) The story of MK Gandhi is one of the greatest in human history :) great photo
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99thbone Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
he truly lead his people -- in the one way we still seek to understand -- with words -- later days
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brat07 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
why were you not allowed to stop here?
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99thbone Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
its on a main road -- and in India -- they don't have parking like we do -- + -- they feel people might destroy the monument -- Indian's -- its always something -- later days
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brat07 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007
:giggle: but i do understand that they don't want the monuments etc. damaged
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99thbone Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
true -- there are just too many places -- where the public have defaced -- wrote on the walls and the like -- so its understandable -- just that for us tourists -- its a bit f problem -- when you can't admire something for what it represents -- later days
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