Years defined in grey

Portrait of an old man with turban from Ramgarh in Rajasthan
Old man wearing a turban | Ramgarh,Rajasthan, India

95 Replies to “Years defined in grey”

  1. Hey JD, awesum capture…liked the lines around his eyes, the lines on his forehead n the depth in his eyes…it’s like he’s seen it all in life n gt stories in his eyes

    As usual, brilliant!!!


  2. Now who is talking about being popular…To take photographs is to hold one’s breath when all faculties converge in the face of fleeing reality. It is at that moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy….And you have every bit of the talent required. This particular photograph not only shows the face of this man,but far beyond…one just has to look in his eyes to feel it..Great work.

  3. He`s eyes looks sad,and he`s face shown a lived life.He`s clothes show me a man whit proud. Thats what i read in yours lovely portrait. Goodnight from me

  4. Portraits like this always make me wonder what life these people have seen and experienced. His times are etched on his face and his heart holds the explanations. Great capture, Joshi.

  5. awesome blog wid awesome pics and indeed pics tells a lot of stories………really grt photograhphy and keep up the gud wrk and thnx for voting for my blog post…..

  6. every wrinkle, stretched lines and those furrows inundating the face of this man have a story to tell; you can keep on looking at the pic and wonder on the upsurge of thoughts that is materializing in this man’s mind at the same time dealing with the deluge of emotions of the beholder too, indeed its a piece of resplendent photography!!

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