Black and White Portrait Travel Holding himself together August 15, 2012 Old man holding a walking stick | Hegde, Kumta, Karnataka, 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#Karnataka#Kumta#Old Man Post navigation ← Halakki tribe woman Bold outlook → 120 thoughts on “Holding himself together” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Superb! Reply ↓ Interesting. Wrinkles on a clean paper! Keep going… Reply ↓ Love the expression in the man’s eyes. Very nice portrait! Reply ↓ Profound. A shot filled with loads of emotions. Reply ↓ His eyes, his eyes talk. Reply ↓ I see hope in his eyes! :) Reply ↓ Every wrinkle tells a story…an memory earned and an experience learnt. A stupendous one Joshi!!! Reply ↓ Priceless and surreal. Anna :) Reply ↓ Perfection. When a portrait can make you feel something powerful when you look at the person’s face, especially their eyes, then you know it’s done just right. It doesn’t just look like a well shot portrait, I feel as though I were sitting there with him. That’s what I want to experience when I see intimate shots of this kind. I get that every time I come to Joshi’s blog. Reply ↓ A face silently speaking a thousand words, Awesome!! Reply ↓ Superb!! Reply ↓ Nice piece of art ! Natural light ? Alert Eyes in an old mans face. Reply ↓ Another brilliant shot, Reply ↓ magnifique portrait Reply ↓ awesome….the lines on his forehead…the anticipation in his eyes!! Reply ↓ His eyes look young to me. It’s his fingers and ears that say “aged”. What an incredible face you’ve captured. Reply ↓ Its true when they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. Reply ↓ Very powerful shot! Reply ↓ One of your best portraits Dan.. very nice. Love the light. Reply ↓ He talks with his eyes! Great shot! Reply ↓ Yet another fabulous shot from you. Reply ↓ WOW!!!! Reply ↓ Stunning portrait Reply ↓ WOW, Joshi. His face is a book! I can just imagine the stories his cane would tell if it could! Reply ↓ Excellent! Reply ↓ You make these old faces so beautiful! Reply ↓ I need to write a post to use up all of your gorgeous portraits, soon :) Reply ↓ I wonder what stories those eyes have to say… Reply ↓ Many artists capturing old people are interested only in their wrinkles and watery eyes… Appreciate the way you have paid attention to the subtlety of expressions, treating the grand man as a human and not an object of photography. Keep the good work going! Reply ↓ Interesting portrait Reply ↓ Very beautiful portrait of this old man… I like his expression. Have a lovely day :) Reply ↓ what depth in his eyes! Reply ↓ nice portrait with great focus eyes Reply ↓ You always capture their soulful eyes! Well done. Reply ↓ A lifetime of experiences in that face! Lovely! Reply ↓ Beautifully shot! The blackness behind really brings out his features and the sense of personal history, the length of his life! Reply ↓ superb Reply ↓ beautifully captured thanks Reply ↓ Very expressive photo! Reply ↓ His face says many things without words … striking photo. Reply ↓ wonderful, I love your B&W sets, you really make the details stand out. Reply ↓ His eyes are smiling. Wonderful photo! Reply ↓ Very nice portrait. Wonderful lighting. Reply ↓ A portrait full of warmth and personality. Reply ↓ Your portraits evoke a lot of thought. Reply ↓ Excellent shot! Perfect lighting. And I really like the catch light in his eyes. Reply ↓ Oh, what those eyes have seen…you captured this beautifully. Jess Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait, especially the lighting. Reply ↓ awesome click!!! joshii love u!! 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.