Black and White Photography Portrait Photography Street Photography See the world through my eyes December 19, 2011 Blind man | Haji Ali, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 19.129686 72.815331 Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)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 Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Maharashtra#Mumbai#Old Man#Topi Post navigation ← Unwind yourself Unconditional love → 166 thoughts on “See the world through my eyes” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Kudos to you for coming up with such a brilliant post. Reply ↓ loved the dark shadows in the background… Reply ↓ Wow…. great photography………The fact that you find such captures just awes me. Reply ↓ Powerful image. I fell drawn in to the photo and find I want to know more about the man. Reply ↓ Oh, such a lovely portrait of this poor man! Hope he can still see through his other eye. This photo tells an emotional story, great capture Joshi! Reply ↓ daniel , how did you get to point your camera at this man ?? very very powerful shot ! Reply ↓ Poor man only one eye , nice cap on the head., wonder what colours ? Nice photo after all in black&white ! Reply ↓ Awesome man . Reply ↓ wow!! Reply ↓ Love this series Joshi.He looks so wise and weatherbeaten. Reply ↓ Awesome sht and a stunning title. http://www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.com Reply ↓ Great one and a great tag line too. Beautiful! Again you deserve a better adjective to appreciate your talent than the one I gave. Reply ↓ The photography is excellent but the caption is what adds the power to it. Wow! Reply ↓ This click is so expressive that it is a story in itself! :) Reply ↓ il doit avoir une drole d’histoire à raconter Reply ↓ Excellent shot, the things seen through his eyes must be haunting..:-) Reply ↓ great capture joshi… we all crib about little things.. time to count our blessings.. Reply ↓ Really powerful portrait , emotional and expressive , Phil Reply ↓ Bien vu ce portrait qui pourrait nous raconter bien des choses. Reply ↓ beautiful title to a picture that is telling stories in itself…i so would like to see happy faces too?:-) Reply ↓ Beautiful shot! Reply ↓ Great photograph and the Title to go with it. Reply ↓ Great pic as always. Very expressive. Reply ↓ Very touching image.. Reminded me of “I complained of having no shoes till I saw the man with no legs”.. Health is really wealth :-) Reply ↓ Wow, very powerful n haunting one, Josh … Reply ↓ Losing my words to your photographic silence… Reply ↓ Great photo! Reply ↓ Stunning subject and the captured! Lovely title! Reply ↓ I guess, this old man is seeing through his third eye…..Impressive click!!! Reply ↓ great shot Reply ↓ nice… Reply ↓ You are definitely a master in portrait photography ! Great work again… Have a lovely day :) Reply ↓ Awesome! Totally love the title. :) Reply ↓ Well-crafted photo, and an impressive social commentary! Reply ↓ Lovely…as always…… You just keep rolling out one great pic after the other…..its amazing :D Reply ↓ speechless!!!! Reply ↓ he’s probably going blind with those cataracts, right? that sure is one strong shot you got there.. well done.. :) Reply ↓ Great portrait Reply ↓ Great shot. :) Reply ↓ fabulous portrait beautiful photo have a nice day Reply ↓ Powerful shot! Story telling portrait. Reply ↓ Beautiful work, another compelling portrait. Reply ↓ Yet again you WOW! me.. Powerful portrait Reply ↓ Intense and powerful…Love the title as well! Reply ↓ Qeul portrait de cet viel homme superbe rendu et cpatage. très belle soirée Reply ↓ What a strong compelling image that captures the heart. Thanks for your vote. Reply ↓ A very powerful portrait. So captivating! Reply ↓ A very moving and powerful portrait. Your images always are amazing. Excellent work! Reply ↓ His face alone tells an impressive story, great capture nice portrait! Reply ↓ Interesting one Joshi! Reply ↓ Orh through my eye, as the case may be? Very poignant, Joshi. Reply ↓ That’s a very touching portrait. Great capture! Reply ↓ A great expression in your photo! There are surely many who see the world in this way? As the blind does! A very good photo! Reply ↓ powerful image with a powerful message.. as usual well done :)) Reply ↓ creepy, but not freaking me out. well done, doe you have some more closeups? Reply ↓ When I stretch out my hand and cover the left side of his face, and then the right I see two different people. When I cover the top part of his face, and then the bottom I see the same man but he casts different expressions. Reply ↓ Strong, raw imagery. Beautiful execution, as always. Reply ↓ It is a very interesting image. What we can perceive as photographers depends on what we see. While some people do not have this opportunity. Great job Joshi! Reply ↓ gr8 from where u get these beautiful pic Reply ↓ great shot!!!!! Reply ↓ great capture of this blind man ,very strong image well done Reply ↓ Disturbing. And scary! Again, great job. Merry Christmas! Reply ↓ Such a powerful image. Reply ↓ Beautiful work,Bravo! Reply ↓ Qu’il est mutilé ce vieil homme encore un portrait plein démoption Reply ↓ Impressive portrait of this blind man ! Reply ↓ Nice capture.Slightly disturbing,may be because I hate to see old people in distress..Merry Christmas! Reply ↓ Nice shot. Looking better for its rendered in B/W Reply ↓ OH God. Reply ↓ Wow… what a shock this photo was. Great choice of subject, and captioning. Reply ↓ Excellent photography! I admire the way you play with the pictures :) especially with this one being done in B/W. Reply ↓ No words needed ! very expressive ! Reply ↓ .Brilliant ! You connect beautifully with your subject . Reply ↓ as always perfect and impressive portrait Reply ↓ Gratz Joshi, you are one of the 5 Finalists for The Dark Globe Photographer of the Year Award! Head here for more Info http://thedarkglobe.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/the-dark-globe-outstanding-arist-awards-finalist/ DarkJade- Reply ↓ Damn! that eye really makes him look sinister, almost like he’s possessed by a demon. Reply ↓ strong shot Reply ↓ I have nominated your blog for the versatile blogger award. Looks like you don’t need it… you generate enough comments that let you know how good you are. :) But please accept .:) Reply ↓ portrait impressionnant…et presque inquiétant !! très bonne réalisation. Reply ↓ Awesome, fantastic portrait. Good day. Reply ↓ Un beau portrait instantané et naturel !! De la photo de rue de qualité ! Bonne journée Reply ↓ Very cool capture, well done! Reply ↓ In the land of blinds, one eyed man is the king :) i remem this film quote :) http://www.deepakkarthikspeaks.blogspot.com/ Reply ↓ Do u edit pics or is it a natural shot? Reply ↓ Wonderful shot. Reply ↓ Awesome shot! Really impressed. Keep it up! Reply ↓ Powerful street portrait. Another nice use of b/w. The features are very important in this portrait according to me. Reply ↓ OMG what a fantastic portrait of this man!!!! Reply ↓ beautiful portrait Joshi!! Reply ↓ Awesome capture JD. Reply ↓ Very sensitive! Beautifully captured :) Reply ↓ Oh, what a sad photo, but still so great! Well done Reply ↓ Feels bad for him, but the moment which you have captured to be your frame tells its own story, really nice one Joshi..!! Regards Reply ↓ Something for u at my space Reply ↓ Wow i was stunned, stunned. Its amazing… amazing :) Take care and keep clicking ;) Reply ↓ An extremely powerful and touching portrait! Brilliant! Regards Priya Reply ↓ What a wonderful shot. I wonder what his story is? Well done. Reply ↓ saying it nice would not be appropriate. But, this indeed is a good capture. Reply ↓ nice post Reply ↓ Wow, very nice and powerful photo! 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.