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119 Replies to “Rickshaw wallah”
eyes still young
How do you do this…its like seeing someone real…you amaze me!!!!!!
Very intense portrait. Excellent work!
Such an extraordinary expression..and wonderful face. Terrific portrait-work!
Outstanding portrait–perfect in B&W, the detail really helps to tell the story. Excellent as always Joshi!
terrific portrait. nice detail!
I wonder,what he thinks about..
A wonderful portrait Joshi.
The man’s pose and expression is priceless…
attracting a glance
Nice portrait. The b/w tones are perfect, good focus.
Excellent details in his face and the DoF is perfect.
I life spent in pulling weighs of others nice capture
Very intense look.
He looks like gaithonde… the rickshaw wala near my home…
Nice capture Joshi
Strong portrait Joshi with a great composition and very beautiful in B&W.
intense portrait, perfect Joshi
wonderfully captured aliya!!
An authentic portrait!
Wonderfully captured . His looks are so intense .
krisp photo.. but where is the rickshaw dude??
door door tak rikshaw nahin dikayi deta hai ???
कमाल की अभिव्यक्ति।
everytime you put up a pic, thrs a vision of “india shining in its reality” :)
Great portrait. It’s a small detail but I love the way his hat matches his jumper.
A hardened face and expression. Nice contrast.
Hey.. Amazing Snap! :)))
What a deep face and look, seems tired and so at ease in the same time. Great portrait as always here !
great black& white portrait with a superb look of this man your capture is great
So much to see in his face, Joshi. I do like your candid portrait work.
A very good expression, his face is so mysterious!
Great shot !
could see thousands pieces of experience in those eyes
they dnt seem to be scared of anything on this earth
content in a way
u capture real life dude
hats off :)
I like that ‘Who you?’ attitude! Great moment!
Another very beautiful portrait ! Have a lovely day :)
that’s one excellent portrait shot.. love how his eyes just pop out.. :)
Beautiful portrait in BW! I think that it is the same guy than below without his turban.
Hi…saw your work at Kala Ghoda few days back….excellent!!
scatto “violento” di impatto. mi piace
I love his expression and your angle Joshi! This is superb!
Intensity personified! Impressive!
Nice! really like your pictures
That is a razor sharp image. What lens do you use for portraits like these?
Ah, the looks.. could kill you see.. if you stare into the eyes his appearance looks similar to that of a wounded tiger.. great catch dude… amazing…
Magical Rickshaw wala!
once again, … spot on, the look, the sharpness and the moment.
A great expression ! He looks tired and sad.
Too good observation by you to capture but the eyes are tired maybe.
Grossartiger Ausdruck – wirkt sehr intensiv.
What a beautiful portrait, Joshi, and a great b&w. Congrats.
Love the depth in his face. Wonderful capture.
Wow. Just wow. Its amazing how you capture Life in all you do. I guess that’s what photography is. Capturing “Life”.
As usual another captivating portrait, his eyes and intense expression are priceless. Excellent work!
great work sir,how did u able to capture so much life in portraits.
Serious expression! What I wanted and it’s a pity that no different faces in my camera and photography as you do nicely! Admirable!
You captured his eyes like you captured his soul!
oh my word I LOVE this so intense beauty-full black and white!
great piece of work, your photography speak-volume always sing-a-song or two HA :)
Toujours beaucoup de plaisir à admirer ton travail…
Une photo de qualité, des détails sublimés et des émotions fortes qui transpirent sur ton cliché noir et blanc. Magnifique.
That was a nice one…But I don;t see the rickshaw..
The thing with photographing people is that one needs to capture the emotion really well! And thats exactly the case here!
His face speaks of a million hardships and his eyes seem to shine him through them…Excellent portrait.
A very intense portrait , well shot.
I am tired of trying to find adjectives for your portraits :)
So many comments! but well deserved!
You are clearly the master of portraits, they all contain so much emotion and attitude, I’m actually so stunned I can’t put my feeling into words :)
Continue this absolutely amazing and beautiful work!!
(+1 french fan)
The way he looks is great. A wonderful portrait!
Strong and deeply sad expression on this characteristic face, beautiful strong portrait!
amazing bw tones!
Brilliant portrait !
An amazing portrait.
Very nice. :)
Sharp image and deep thoughts…..Beautiful….
Nice!! Very intense expression. Speaks of hardships and pure survival
une belle série de portraits très rapprochés pour avoir l’intensité des regards et des vies écrites
Looks of a real survivor against all odds. Perspiration really takes it toll on the skin, kudos to wonderful insight of rick wala
Great job, you have my vote of course!
Stunning portrait !!!! Love it
His eyes are so moving…
There’s a kind of sadnes in his eyes. Great portrait with a deep BW. Nice work, as usual.
Have a nice day.
regard accroché, accrocheur….
Dude, what a click! The ‘feeling’ which needs for a photograph is shown here..Well done.. Back then, at the IndiBloggers’ Meet, Kolkata on Feb 20 2011, someone told photoblogs suck.. He was wrong! You rock, friend.. Keep clicking and posting :)
wonderful portrait, moment .., ahoj K
This is a fantastic portrait. What a great amount of character in his face.
Great expression on this portrait.
quel magnifique regard !
Un portrait avec beaucoup d’intensité et un regard qui en dit long ! Bonne semaine
What I love about this piece is that it’s not stereotypically Indian. There’s nothing in the picture that ties it down to a particular location or time. There’s just an amazing stare that allows the viewer to layer on all sorts of interpretations. And as someone else mentioned – love the crispness of this image – it’s wonderful to be able to see each and every hair.