April 6, 2010November 29, 2015Naga Sadhu Naga Sadhu | Kumbh Mela | Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India Read more: Kumbh Mela | Sadhu 19.129686 72.815331 Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share 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 Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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100 comments??? a landmark hehe.. no wonder i chose this one :P
Joshi, I’m “green” (ehehe) I wish in future, take a photolike this one! perhaps, one day :) I will visit you, for sure because I will learn too much, thanks :)
Really beautiful image. The lighting reminds me of some Karsh Portraits – but I would have liked to see just a little more fill light on his left cheek and under eye area. Great pic though!
really a gr8 shot…
Excellent portrait and use of light. Well done.
Classical and exceedingly well realized..congrats!
for post of your work, I find that a single word describes all. And this one
great pictures….do u mind if i use this picture as an inspiration for painting….iam doing a series of oil on canvas of sadhus…mostly in black and white…this picture was striking…
This looks almost like a painting. The light is great!
Merci beaucoup pour ce partage!
Amitiés de France:CLAIRE
Love this one. Superb.
Perfect! Nothing left to chance in the post-preparation. Subject is magnific.
What a great portrait !!!
The lighting is awesome on this B&W portrait. Masterful, again..!
Magnifique portrait, belle lumière. Du grand art.
Nice photograph!! Loved the perfect timing for lights and emotions.
nice shot and lighting
oh my! how fantastic. Its been somewhile since I saw such a good profile shot or post processing finesse. very good.
have one complaint though – the snow was a distraction, sorry i might be killing the Christmas spirit!
I’m sure they’d make such a great subject..saw some of them up close..what an awesome sight they make…divinty sure makes these ordinary mortals into something else….Lovely capture :)
awesome photo…looks stunning!!
striking portrait, interesting expression. b/w works well here
Stunning Sadhu portraits. I like them. I had opportunity to get some shots in Nepal. My vote for you :-).
reminds me of Rabindra Tagore.
I like the black and white feel. Good Stuff.
man that’s seriously amazing ………..awesome
Wonderful! (I am running out of adjectives to describe your works!!!)
Nice. Creative thought to keep it black and white.
this is stunning…
Strength and character in every line on his face.
Wonderful concept to leave half his face in a darkened
state. Artistic …
Thank you for sharing,
like this very much! :) never saw a sadhu this close to my eyes!
Great shot!! i love the texture and shadows.
Lovely Picture! You are a wonderful photographer.
Great determination in capturing sadhus….your camera skills are impressive my dear..
Beautiful, the black background of the website makes it even more interesting, I know Poras Chowdary who is obsessed with capturing sadhu
years of wisdom matted on his hair
really amazing image!
Thank you :)
I wanted to be a amateur photographer. I tried also to click some pics but couldn’t shoot photos like yours. How do you shoot these? Is there any special tricks? Apart these, wonderful shots, truely.
i don’t think there is any short cuts or tricks. keep practicing and learn from the people you admire.
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Like others, I put this photo in the STUNNING category…and it really is! Wonderful work.
Thank you so much Phil :)
Amazing shots sir ji
Thank you :)
This is one of the best one’s from your collection. Simply incredible…
Thank you :)