Street Tired feet March 2, 2010 Feet of a young boy | Dadar station, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 19.129686 72.815331 Share thisShare on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #Feet#India#Maharashtra#Mumbai Post navigation ← Naga Sadhu smoking Chillum Smile of a Sadhu → 79 thoughts on “Tired feet” Comment navigation Newer Comments → nice pic pandee.. n congrats for being listed in the top ten for Smithsonian magazine’s 7th annual photo contest … you deserve it and to be selected over 60,000 entries is itself a milestone.. way to go:) .fly away jushi.. :P the feet looks like its taking a rest after a long day … nice work.. Reply ↓ illustration of a real tough life! congratulations for coming in the top 10 of smithsonians. going there to cast my vote now! cheers! Reply ↓ Great A different View Reply ↓ Exemplary…Super from a Photography standpoint and Congratulations on your achievement!!! From the person standpoint, I can only what this person would have gone through…its not just experience but the hardship!!! Reply ↓ *imagine Reply ↓ An heart rendering image. He seems to have grown older than his age. Reply ↓ Wow…… I’m speechless, Danny! What an awesome concept! Who would think that an individual’s ‘FEET’ can be made to come alive and narrate a heart – wrenching story of their own? As usual, I love it! :) Reply ↓ photo kollam.. “life” undu… Reply ↓ Old before their time…. Reply ↓ Brilliant.. and i did vote for you at the Smithsonian.. :) Reply ↓ Great detail on the feet. Tells an interesting story. You always have a way of finding a different way to illustrate a story. Makes it intriguing. Paule http://www.paulepictures.com http://www.paulepictures.com/blog Reply ↓ though it’s pretty sad pic……..but it’s really good catch….you really have a pretty good…..POV…. \,,/ Reply ↓ Very good photograph, of the good detail, good tonality, very to like, cheer! Reply ↓ wonderful capture Reply ↓ brilliant shot joshi … and congrats on the appreciation u truly deserve Reply ↓ they look really tired exceptional capture Reply ↓ And I still think about the perspective – a little secret to me. This is fantastic, great toned and finished. Fine ^^ Reply ↓ An image that says a lot. Reply ↓ Brilliant. No words beyond that. Reply ↓ I wouldn’t have guessed that was the feet of a young boy at first sight… very sad to see. it’s a good photo though, good idea to focus on the feet instead of the face… it’s a strong picture. Reply ↓ This image says a lot, – a hard-working human beeing… Reply ↓ A strong story behind those feet. Hard life for that young boy… Congratulations for the photo contest! Reply ↓ feet of a young boy???? oh my that’s so sad… sometimes i wonder where God is, don’t you? Reply ↓ Simply a very thoughtful shot. They seems to be the feet of a man after a hard day’s work. Reply ↓ This photo, simple but says so much…tells a bigger story…as with all your images impressive…CONGRATULATIONS on the placement of your other shot…very well deserved!! Reply ↓ Congrats, a great image, you have my vote. Your latest post is a powerful and moving image as are most of your image. Excellent composition. Reply ↓ An image that speaks… nice composition. Reply ↓ Glad you said he was sleeping…. looked at the picture and imagined he was dead… strong image nevertheless! Reply ↓ lovely shot again..voted Reply ↓ This photo tells a complete story! When you see these feet, you can hardly imagine they are from a young boy … Reply ↓ My God! It looks like the feet of some old person. Young boy! Thats a pity…feeling terrible for the poor soul. Reply ↓ Cast my vote for you….Good Luck! It was indeed too good…beautiful:) Reply ↓ Very moving. Exhaustion is palpable in your superb lighting & framing, Joshi* Reply ↓ Zum Glück habe ich gute Schuhe… sehr schöne Detailaufnahme. Reply ↓ Looks like the feet of an old man… Powerful image! Reply ↓ interesting photo love the light and details i really appreciate sharpness too, wondeful Reply ↓ Una imagen con un tratamiento excelente. Saludos Reply ↓ Such clarity and sense of “age” in this one… Reply ↓ Impressive… Reply ↓ Its a heart-rending image of a young boy’s feet. Keep up the good work, pal. Reply ↓ this is a wils image..nice job! Well done;) Reply ↓ This is a beautiful image. the feet feel very tired and worn. very nicely captured. and congrats on the photo contest!! I love that image of the guy making pottery. it is certainly a winner :) Reply ↓ great image !! but i’m wonder .. feets of a young boy Reply ↓ Nicely captured, great details! Congratulations for the Smithsonian magazine, you really deserve it! Reply ↓ there is something intense for me about this photo, also it is wonderful. Reply ↓ Simply an outstanding image….i wish that the feet didn’t belong to a young boy :( Reply ↓ Very nice shot. You show us some of unusual stuff. You have an eye for details. Reply ↓ d pic is really gud1!! but mor dan dat i wud appreciate u for finding such an interesting subject to shoot in d busy dadar station!! quite an enormous task!!! 4m now onwards apart from luking up for trains i wud walk wit my eyes down to find somthing so interesting lik dis and all d best or shud i congratualte u for d 1st prize!! its urs trust me afterall d pic is really awesom!!! Reply ↓ Love the textures in this image Reply ↓ Good evening Daniel, I hope that you pass excellent month of Mars, and that this week is better than mine;) congratulation to be chosen that pleases is this step? It is a beautiful moving and moving photography at once(at the same time), that hurts to see all people who do not still have of what to eat nor of what get dressed or even no roof nevertheless we are in 21st century and the poverty(misery) continues to exist.. It is always the poor men who pay the full price! Kiss and good Friday to you! Reply ↓ Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.