Portrait Street Travel Cold February 1, 2011 Man covered with blanket | Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 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 #India#Jaisalmer#Rajasthan#Turban Post navigation ← Rajasthani Woman Rickshaw wallah → 118 thoughts on “Cold” Comment navigation Newer Comments → It’s sad that millions had to sleep on the roads on this cold winter. Reply ↓ …but the color`s are warm and beautiful. I think he need a hug :) here in Norway it`s still january :) Mariehug Reply ↓ Fantastic! The yellow “hat” is a eye catcher. Reply ↓ Cold, – but yet so warn colours! Another beautiful shot from you! Reply ↓ Cold ? No, it’s cool too ! Reply ↓ Joshi a wow factor for this one. Cold with warm colors, I guess inside is warm. Beautiful. Anna :) Reply ↓ How i love that : the frame, the colors and his lost/dreamy eyes under all those layers. Beautiful. Reply ↓ wonderful portrait. the colors really pop. Reply ↓ oh goodness so amazing as usual. Love the colours and the feel of the portrait. xxx Reply ↓ Cool shot, hope he kept warm. Reply ↓ Love the yellow colour here.. Nice composition.. Reply ↓ beautifully composed Reply ↓ Rceded from cold into a tight crop! Reply ↓ Ah! This is such a beautiful photograph and speaks volumes, wrinkles, face expressions and all. Like a breath of fresh air…… Love it! See? I was right when I said, “you’re the best”! You’d just strayed, that’s all. But, I can see that you’re back with a bang! Very nice and please keep ’em comin’! :) Reply ↓ Interesting composition…would have loved to see his expression completely. Reply ↓ nice… Reply ↓ Feeling well captured Reply ↓ But for the theme of coldness do we need such vivid colour? Reply ↓ Love the warm color of this turban which is in great contrast with this cold posture! Beautiful colors and light Joshi! Reply ↓ Great angle and composition. Paule http://www.paulepictures.com http://www.paulepictures.com/blog Reply ↓ Brrr..I’m cold too now..Loved the composition. Reply ↓ good capture, very bright colors, warm! Reply ↓ interesing photo, very beautiful Reply ↓ Nice crisp design and flow enhancing the overall potrait Reply ↓ Nice Joshi, you filled the frame perfectly Reply ↓ The warmth of the color along with his thrill, nice ! Reply ↓ i see experience folded inside those folded layers of skin.a life which has seen several cold days & has now learn to keep one’s soul warm.loved the contrasting colors nice click buddy Reply ↓ They say if you keep your head warm….ahhh, so true. I love the POV of this, Joshi. Reply ↓ Your photographs speak for them self, and yes I can feel the “cold” also. Why are you doing this to your fans,one photograph at a time….I wish I could be your subject once… Reply ↓ Good photograph. Bit dark for me though. I guess the orange color could be de-saturated a bit. Or it could be my monitor. Love the focus on the face. How have you been. Long time… Reply ↓ The condition is not that good but The photograph is – no doubt. Reply ↓ Great color combination! Reply ↓ true emotions… Reply ↓ nice shot and great angle taken for this portrait from the top of this man great picture taken Reply ↓ So very, very good Joshi. Really well seen and taken. Reply ↓ Just awesome , Perfect take . Reply ↓ Looks scared … Excellent image. Reply ↓ I like natural photographs and natural photography too. It’s a nice capture. :) Reply ↓ Such rich colours. Great work. Reply ↓ Bahyankar kalakari gurudev! Ek chillum ka dhuan dikh jaata to balle balle ho jaati :) Reply ↓ wonderfull colormix and good contrasts Reply ↓ Cool Reply ↓ Very good composition and colors! Reply ↓ Perfect portrait photo! 5*****! Reply ↓ beautiful photo Reply ↓ I love your framing and the colors. It seems to be cold outside watching this man. Well I just see your title now… Reply ↓ wow, look at the colors and light in this, fab! Reply ↓ Deep contemplation folds the past back into the present where lines are no longer creased or blurry. Beautiful as always! Love your explorations of life and beauty. Reply ↓ this is one beautiful portrait shot.. love the light & colors.. well done! Reply ↓ llive life………. 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.