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of freeways, highrises and mangroves

view of palm beach road from high rise skyscraper in sanpada, navi mumbai by mumbai photographer kunal bhatia

From the Mumbaiscapes series. This one is taken at Sanpada in Navi Mumbai, and the wide road cutting across the image is the Palm Beach Road. To its left are the high rises of Navi Mumbai's "Marine Drive", as the locals like to call it. To the right are the large swathes of mangroves that buffer the land from the sea. The road ensures that residents never interact with the mangroves, and have to be content with their views from their apartments instead.

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