Pottery | Tamil Nadu, India | 2010
It’s the dark skinned skills-men who make the fair pots for God’s prasadam too…but then they’re refused entry into the god’s abode on basis of discrimination…Whatta weird world…!!!
Ah wow look at the fabulous tones! Love the use of light and dark, the shadows! Just love!!!!!!
Jolie lumière pour ce métier d’art.
simply stunning u always manage to capture the essence of everything u shoot
very nice lighting…a metaphorical picture!
You’ve made beautiful use of the light and the movement! Fantastic photo with great colors and composition. PS You know it’s snowing on your site?!
speaks a lot and yes indeed, its snowing on your site!!
Super! Loved the processing.
I can almost hear the wheel turning
I cannot hear the wheel Turning but the picture is Classy
I love the tone and compo… Great as usual
I like the special effects keep it up…
Keep it up Great shot..:)
I love the motiv and the colours in your picture. The lightning is beautiful.
Is it stars or snowflakes falling down here in/on your blog ?
Mariehugs from Norway
excellent. I really like this view of just his hands and the work.
This is a fabulous photo, kind of action in art?? His hamds is giving me this feeling!
I see the snow is falling at your place! I Norway, Trondheim we have some of that stuff, and it is cold as well, -15 this weekend…
awesome lighting and excellent color blend
Superb light in this image.
Wonderful shot of the art.
Wow Dan. I really like the fine hold of the hands and moving pot. Nicely shot to get some real good light there.
Ahh it’s snowing on your blog what plans for Christmas.
lovely shot. the texture on those hands is really nice
Strength and control: The two attributes (in my opinion) of this photo.
Wunderbare Farben – besonders schön finde ich die Bewegung des Topfes. Tolle Arbeit!
Josh…From my point of View… one of your best Photography… I luv the lighting contrast… keep up mate… !
the art of the manual work, beautifuf in its shadows
beautiful theme esp towards the end of a year.good lighting
Great piece of photography
Amazing shot and great detailing.
Thanks! for voting for my post on indivine.
Wonderful study of this craftsman’s hands Joshi!
Amazing clarity! And I notice snowfall now! How did you do that?
Very nice detail in this photo.
Gold brown tones & lights are superb along with the close frame to admire his talent.
Nice photo nice manual work.
I love the lighting in this – not only does it make the picture visually dynamic, it really brings out the texture of the clay crust on his hands.
J’aime la finesse de ton cliché qui se marie parfaitment avec la finesse du geste artisanal du sujet. C’est avec beaucoup de délicatesse que tu nous fais profiter de ces moments rares. Bravo pour cette très belle série…
Just Too Good!!! thanx for the add in facebook.. hope we stay in touch… give me some tips on Fotografy too… i am a Big Big fan of yours…..
U have really mastered yourself in lightning effects. The difference between the dried clay and wet part can be easily made out…..its superb !!!
Great light and fokus – we are fascinated by you cropping (or composition if you dont crop…..), it really makes a big difference!
They look like claus….
Sorry, I’ll get my coat.
you captured it perfectly !!
I always wish I could capture photos with such an effect… then I convince myself that If I would be able to do so then I would have to start Abhilash Pillai photography and Life at Abhi would never exist.
magical lights … as allways masterfull
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