Black and White Portrait Street A silent stare November 30, 2012 Cart puller | Null Bazaar, 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 Post navigation ← Smoking Sadhu The daily chores → 89 thoughts on “A silent stare” Awesome shot, Great depth in the eyes… Reply ↓ Encore une belle réussite ce portrait. Reply ↓ Lot of questions hidden behind the veil of silence. great shot! Reply ↓ Amazing picture. The expression captures attention. Reply ↓ Awesome..I like the title you give to each of the image…perfect! Reply ↓ Great shot!! Nice portrait! Reply ↓ Splendid portrait of this man with his special appearance Sharpness perfect onhis eyes . Reply ↓ Those eyes are piercing. Nice capture. http://www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.in Reply ↓ Nice shot… Reply ↓ Is there any way by which I might steal your talent or at least your camera!! great pic as always!! Reply ↓ nice shot Reply ↓ speechless!!!! Reply ↓ Powerful capture! Reply ↓ What a fabulous shot! Reply ↓ The eyes tell the story-beautiful portrait Reply ↓ Stunning Joshi! Love it! Those eyes. You certainly captured his essence. Beautifully done. Reply ↓ Lovely photo, very moving. Reply ↓ Excellent photo Reply ↓ Awesom portrait! His eyes are telling you something! Great photo-work! Reply ↓ Well captured face with a certain sadness to it. Reply ↓ looking great with well captured…………. Reply ↓ While at first drawn to his facial symmetry (forehead lines, eyes, lines around nose and mouth), the assymmetric mole gives him a most human of character. Powerful. Reply ↓ Again you capture an essence that few can do! Amazing photography Joshi! I have nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award. You can see this post at: http://salmonfishingqueen.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/and-the-award-goes-to/ Congratulations! Hugs! – B Reply ↓ Another great shot Joshi. Reply ↓ Another fabulous shot, Joshi! Fantastic portrait! :) Reply ↓ Amazing eyes! Reply ↓ Excellent portrait, once again you show the inner sole through those eyes, what a characteristic face this man has. Just magic cheers Callie Reply ↓ Nice! Reply ↓ Very good photo very expressive. A greeting. Juan Reply ↓ Tu es le maitre des beaux portraits Reply ↓ Amazing regard and portrait ! Great work my friend ! Have a nice week-end :-) Reply ↓ such a powerful portrait Reply ↓ Excellent composition and high contrast look – it’s penetrating. Reply ↓ A very intense stare. It may have been no more than a couple seconds lond but he used that time to study you over, Joshi. It’s not just in his eyes, it’s all over his face. Something about the way you aimed the lense at him and made the shot made something go “click” in his head. It appears that you made the shot from above; aiming downward. From a rooftop, balcony or stairs perhaps. Where were you when you made this shot? Reply ↓ Love the intensity! Reply ↓ I agree with others here; there is a deep intensity in this man’s eyes that probably reflects what he experiences in his life and work. Fine work, Joshi. Reply ↓ fantastic eyes! like it! :) Reply ↓ Wonder what he’s thinking. Amazing shot. Reply ↓ Suits the caption! Wonderful. Reply ↓ Penetrating eyes …. you’ve captured the feeling in them perfectly. Reply ↓ Excellent portrait. Reply ↓ he has got beautiful eyes :)) beautifully captured :)) Reply ↓ The depth in the eyes, sooo sad, awesome picture Reply ↓ Wonderful. Your portraits are exquisite Reply ↓ A wary expression. Reply ↓ The kind of silence that speaks louder than a thousand words! Reply ↓ Again, you got his eyes! Lovely shot. Reply ↓ Awesomeness. Reply ↓ Pretty intense eyes captured cleverly . Reply ↓ I would say an intense gaze Reply ↓ longing eyes … Awesome …. Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi. It’s all in the eyes Reply ↓ A beautiful cold stare. I love that stare Reply ↓ Awesome shot. Reply ↓ he’s got very expressive eyes, nicely captured! :) Reply ↓ Each line each wrinkle has a story to tell who knows story of a lifetime Reply ↓ Very nice determined expression–wonderful portrait as always Joshi Reply ↓ you capture life in your pics :) Reply ↓ What a capture…….. http://debnature.blogspot.in Reply ↓ Eyes speaks a lot… Reply ↓ really fascinating in contrast Reply ↓ That definitely is a stare, … nice shot …. Reply ↓ A contemplative look. Very poignant capture. Reply ↓ Straight into the lens. What a capture. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on bahargiller. Reply ↓ the Look ,this man have impressive eyes Reply ↓ What a remarkable shot… so powerful! :-) Reply ↓ Such a penetrating gaze! Reply ↓ amazing shot and apt title Reply ↓ A very strong and intense portrait. The eyes are like magic, with as Patti says, such a penetrating gaze. Beautifully captured. Reply ↓ unnerves you….good shot! Reply ↓ Wow! very intense. Reply ↓ Another wonderful portrait, full of character. Reply ↓ Well done! Reply ↓ Quite intriguing …. Reply ↓ Resolute, determined and yet vulnerable. Great shot. It looks awesome! Reply ↓ I was expecting something very moving like the blind man. I actually found this to be disappointing. Independently, its a nice angle. http://www.anucreations.blogspot.in Reply ↓ Eyes speak volumes Reply ↓ Yes. The stare is not silent at all. such a wonderful pic . Reply ↓ the glimpse is georgeous Reply ↓ Excellent. I like the confident way he holds his posture.. Also 50mm @F2… So you weren’t much far from him. Reply ↓ Very nice portrait; lovely light as well Reply ↓ Gorgeous! Love this BW! Have a nice day. Reply ↓ The eyes are so intriguing. They pose with a question but who has the answer? Reply ↓ you have a brilliance with capturing a still image with a deeper feeling Reply ↓ I wonder what color his eyes were… Not that it matters, but I guess that was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this photograph. There’s something of an intense, subdued emotion in them. Thanks for sharing! It’s a picture which beckons you to take a second look. Reply ↓ Thank you so much and wishing you a happy new year :) Reply ↓ You’re welcome, and Happy New Year to you, too! :) Reply ↓ :) 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. 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