"Beginning in spring and moving on into summer, the avenue of mahogany trees (Swietenia mahogani) in the colony puts on a fashion show of sorts. First, they shed all their dried leaves, which the poor Bombay Municipal Corporation sweepers have a hard task clearing piles of in the morning. The massive canopies soon adorn a brand-new garment of pretty pinkish leaves that turn fluorescent green." Katie Bagli, naturalist and author, sunday mid-day, May 8, 2022 "Children grow up so quickly and had I continued shooting at my earlier pace, I would have lost the opportunity to be around them (my grandchildren)." Boman Irani,......

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