Arts and Culture Portrait Travel Roti maker November 4, 2012 Abdulla | Dubai, United Arab Emirates 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 #Dubai#Food#United Arab Emirates Post navigation ← Alone in the dark The light in her eyes → 83 thoughts on “Roti maker” Cool shot, and now I’m hungry. Reply ↓ A proud man shows his work! And, like rigmover, I’m hungry too! Reply ↓ Wonderful Reply ↓ ca donne faim……………….lol Reply ↓ So much strength of purpose and character in this shot Joshi, beautiful! Reply ↓ Love the expression you so wonderfully caught …your work is always inspiring! Reply ↓ super shot………. Reply ↓ an awesome Arabic mixture of the bluish, the yellowish, the purplish and the whitish… Reply ↓ I like the proud look in his eyes. It’s all over his face but especially in his eyes. See also the way his body shows that he has shifted his center of gravity back a little while raising his chin. This is a portrait that successfully captures a persons pride. Reply ↓ I like the lighting and color mood in this portrait. Well done. Reply ↓ Love the tint and the look of the guy in the back by the fan. Reply ↓ Great shot! Is roti the same as nan-bread? Reply ↓ ..so beautiful! :-) vento Reply ↓ Like the composition that make my eyes travel around in your picture Reply ↓ An excellent portrait! Reply ↓ That looks delicious! Nice shot. Reply ↓ Looks original….The rotis are so big Reply ↓ Superb !!! Reply ↓ yummy post :) Reply ↓ I’ve never tasted Roti but it looks good. The photo showcases his pride in what he does. Nice photo …. Reply ↓ nice shot Reply ↓ Cool shot, I’m assuming Roti is a type of flat bread? Reply ↓ FAb capture of expression Joshi! Love it. The roti looks great too :-) Reply ↓ Mmm I love roti. Roti prata and thosai are very popular in Malaysia. :) Reply ↓ awesome photo of the baker! Reply ↓ Beau portrait et aussi la couleur du traitement Reply ↓ Great capture of the candid expressions of men at work! Love the glow of the fire, too. Reply ↓ Lots of character in this double portrait – fine complex composition with the background fire and second person. Reply ↓ Good use of prevailing light Reply ↓ Slice of life. Literally… Reply ↓ Nice on the spot photo….like the oven in the backgroun. Reply ↓ Nice shot… Reply ↓ Wonderfully captured. Reply ↓ Delicious looking roti and good enough for filling the stomach too :) :) :) Nice click Regards Jay http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/ Reply ↓ Excellent composition. Loved the azure hue. http://www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.in Reply ↓ oi ho i need some roti :D this has a different feel .. like a clip from a movie and like the way it shows the life of the man .. i am sure when we eat rotis we dont give much a thought to the life of the person who makes it .. we pay and leave the table .. so its kind of refreshing to see you concentrate on what ppl dont :) Reply ↓ Cool portrait. Paule http://www.paulepictures.com http://www.paulepictures.com/blog Reply ↓ Je ne suis pas fan du traitement mais une belle image. Reply ↓ interesting photo Reply ↓ A master at his art, I’m sure! Reply ↓ wow…such a BIG roti…awesome! Reply ↓ Thats cool Reply ↓ So nice! I love these kind of shots! Reply ↓ Lovely portrait! Reply ↓ Naan? Tasty grub! Reply ↓ Roti… quite large in size.. Nice shot Reply ↓ Lovely illustration of work , great scene , Phil Reply ↓ Great shot. Reply ↓ you catch his tired excpession perfectly – excellent one side lighting Reply ↓ Looks delicious… What is it again? Reply ↓ Another nice shot, Joshi. Reply ↓ yum! want that naan now! Reply ↓ So much interesting detail to see in this great capture! Reply ↓ Excellent environmental portrait! He looks like he knows how to cook up a tasty meal. Reply ↓ Nice Reply ↓ Very large rotis indeed, Dubai-size! Reply ↓ I Just LOVE your portraits! x Reply ↓ the look in his eyes and the look on the face of the man standing behind are worth notocing Reply ↓ looking at this makes me hungry! Reply ↓ Nice shot Joshi Reply ↓ Awesome shot, Great Reply ↓ I can’t eat roti because of the wheat flour, but in Punjab they make excellent rotis of corn flour! Nice photo Joshi. Reply ↓ j’en mangerais bien avec des mogettes et du lards,ben je ne suis pas sûre de trouver ça chez lui!!!lol Reply ↓ Deep life in there, i always wonder about these guys. Imagine they are sitting on the top of a live burner and patches those roties to bake it and take it out with sticks and toast it to other guys to pack. UAE is normally having a temprature of 40-50 degree outside. They work to feed us and price is just 1 AED per piece…… ie 0.27 $ Reply ↓ that’s one groovy looking roti maker.. :) nice catch! Reply ↓ oooh…so cool! and such a poser! :) love the tones :) Reply ↓ Lovely portrait, Great colors and comp Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait with a good light. Reply ↓ jolie scène. Reply ↓ great portrait and toning Reply ↓ Lovely capture…. Reply ↓ Another wonderful portrait. Lovely! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on bahargiller and commented: Add your thoughts here… (optional) Reply ↓ love this bread!.. very nice photo Reply ↓ super…! Reply ↓ very nice adn interesting! the colours really make it stand out too! Reply ↓ Its life! Reply ↓ Beautiful toning Joshi .. Reply ↓ Love roti, and the pic, he looks proud of his work. :) Liked. Reply ↓ Great blue tones for this portrait “in situation”; love the warm of the oven in the back. Nicely done. Have a nice day. Reply ↓ Very cool portrait! Reply ↓ Natural Reply ↓ Love his facial expression. Reply ↓ 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.