Fishermen | Mahim, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India | 2009
Wonderful photo. Really nice photos all over I must say!
wonderful in B & W!
Wonderful b&w, love the background in the mist !!
like the layers of deapth on this photo
I like it very much
I love black and white shots… very nice:)
Wonderful B&W work, nice contrasts in this
a great Henri Cartier Bresson feeling here, thank you for sharing it my friend!
Beautiful contrasts and composition. Splendid image.
Lovely…it’s quite an interesting contrast to a photo i took this week of a Canoe going down the Thames in London. Such diferant cities and cultures…yet such simalrites underneath it all!
So peaceful and beautiful.
Beautiful scene captured. Love it in b&w!
Beautiful contrast between the simple boat and the modern sky line in the background.
I like the composition and th graytones.
The b/w brings out a beautiful mood!
Nice black and white shot, I like the silhouettes.
A shot in the kerala backwaters would have been amazing. Even then this doesnt look that bad.
Keep up the great job.
what a great contrast between the foreground and the background , beautiful atmosphere
WOW! This photo is perfect
As we look out into the stretch… there’s more water to cover than we think.. Just follow the path and we will surely reach there.. Beautiful B/W
Special group in the modern city! Very wonderful b/w!
The old and the new. perfect in BW
Very nice composition, I like the contrast between the foreground and the modern buildings!
It’s a gorgeous black and white!
Very beautiful; love the light, the foreground folks on the boat and the skyline as well
Superb photo and ton monochrome is excellent.
Beautiful… it speaks of the sorrow in sailing away from home.. longing to return back safe and sound.
The B&W give a nostalgic feel..
very cool shot!!!
wow! great picture! and another world….
keep on watching
I would say so far yet so near. So simole
WOW this is Mumbai… unbelievable
Fabulous shot Joshi!
Nice photo. I like the big city in the background. Well done!
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