Black and White Street Travel En route July 3, 2013 Old Maharashtrian man | Pune, 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#Old Man#Pune Post navigation ← One eyed Falconry → 96 thoughts on “En route” surreal B&W!!! http://www.myunfinishedlife.com Reply ↓ Once again nice click, i like the hand gesture of the man; the most in this image…Take Care!!! Reply ↓ I am worried that he will stumble on the uneven stones and fall. I love this one, Joshi. It is so very like the quintessential old man. Reply ↓ good moment, good light, good location of crossing rail or life !!!!!! Reply ↓ Wonderful photo with feeling of this old man waiting. Reply ↓ This is a wonderful perspective Joshi Reply ↓ Brilliant lens! Reply ↓ Nice Click Joshi.. Reply ↓ great Reply ↓ That picture speaks a lot. Excellent click! http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in Reply ↓ Great shot… Nice caption… Reply ↓ Something about B&W that just stands out! Well done. Reply ↓ Voir toujours plus lion, pour mieux avancer ? Très belle photo. Reply ↓ Would love to sketch this one, if you would allow me. Very nice shades of grey. Reply ↓ Great perspective, Perfect using B&W! Reply ↓ beautiful compo :) Reply ↓ Great use of B&W, it seems to emphasize the lighting and the hand of the man. Nice shot. Reply ↓ Timeless and melancholic Reply ↓ Même à son âge la route ne lui fait pas peur :) Un bon n&b. Reply ↓ I like the sense of expectation. Reply ↓ nice shot–there is definitely a story going on here….. Reply ↓ wow..! Life is also just like rail..! Reply ↓ At the fag of end of life he still has a long way to go! and a may be lot more to look forward to!!! Very expressive! Reply ↓ Beautiful!!! Reply ↓ this is a wonderful…:) Reply ↓ “I’ve been waiting for 50 years. But the train has never come, on time!” Reply ↓ Tout en ligne de fuite et en douceur, j’aime beaucoup Reply ↓ A picture that would never get old! Reply ↓ Great work! Reply ↓ Beautiful light here. Reply ↓ nice capture Reply ↓ Such wonderful strength in this shot Joshi! Reply ↓ Beautiful shot! One of your best :) Reply ↓ Nice shot! Reply ↓ Beautiful timeless photo! Reply ↓ I like the uncertainity in this pic! Reply ↓ Very well captured… :-) Reply ↓ this is a fantastic photo. you have a great eye for such shots! Reply ↓ Reminds me of a shot I made called “Halfway Down the Line”: Reply ↓ Just lovely Joshi! Fantastic lighting and you captured a man on a journey superbly. Blessings, Robyn Reply ↓ Lovely street shot Reply ↓ I like photo’s from the back. Interesting. Reply ↓ Beautiful. Reply ↓ I agree with Atula; this is a very sketch-able photo. : ) Reply ↓ Marvelous :) Reply ↓ Our own traditional dress with topi rarely seen these days. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Wonderfully done . Reply ↓ Great capture Reply ↓ Epic as i see … Reply ↓ A lovely soft light in this shot. Reply ↓ …and with great sense of anticipation! Reply ↓ Another style , but still a lovely speaking image , Phil Reply ↓ I love this!!!! Can you tell me what camera you use for b&w. thanks Reply ↓ Seriously! It looks like some classic pic which is some 50-60 year old! All the magic of your Photography! Loved the capture! :) Reply ↓ प्रभावी !!! शुभकामना आर्यावर्त Reply ↓ Waiting for the wait to end! Loved it! Reply ↓ No need to mention..you are a great photographer. what a perfect moment when you clicked this picture..and keeping it bnw makes it even more magical. Reply ↓ Wonderful capture truey a deligh Reply ↓ Love that “light” effect. Even in a black and white picture I can feel the intensity of the light. Excellent capture. Reply ↓ So many layers to this Joshi! Almost like a contemplation of his future. Brilliant as always. Reply ↓ Perfect capture. Reply ↓ This is a lovely click. It looks like a still from a black and white movie. I like how the man has his hand near his forehand as if he is searching for something. Reply ↓ Interesting clothing, in particular around the legs. Reply ↓ Curious! Reply ↓ The echo of those round shapes is wonderfully mesmerizing. Reply ↓ lovely shot Reply ↓ Brilliant :) Reply ↓ Was here…and what i see makes me remember someone just like the Baba in the pic…poignant. Thank u for sharing a great shot…i stop to pay homage to my own Baba. ( grandfather) . Reply ↓ oh j’ai une impression que ce n’est pas si facile de marcher avec ce type de vêtement… Reply ↓ Nice composition…….. Reply ↓ GREAT SHOT! BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ Perfect shot. Reply ↓ Nice! Reply ↓ Love the look from this perspective. Cheers Reply ↓ May he go very far still! Beautiful pic. Reply ↓ A nice one Joshi! Reply ↓ Great photo, Joshi. What a candid moment :) Reply ↓ Excellent! It took only one look at this Photo to become a follower of your blog! Reply ↓ Very well captured, Joshi! Wonderful photo! :) Reply ↓ Love the mood and atmosphere that you created with this shot, great work! Reply ↓ Nice capture! Reply ↓ Love the mood here! Reply ↓ Fantastic. Reply ↓ Outstanding… two thumbs up.. :) Reply ↓ Like the movement in this photo – very nice! Reply ↓ a very nice perspective, well done Reply ↓ this gives a great impression of his travail Reply ↓ Great use of DoF to accentuate the light. Reply ↓ very atmospheric shot. well captured Reply ↓ Wonderful B&W shot! Reply ↓ Another great shot. You have superb technical skills, but more important, your photos convey a great affection for your subjects. I honor you for that quality. Reply ↓ super captured the light in this photo . great b&w photo! Reply ↓ Gorgeous image. Reply ↓ A photo blog with a lot of really strong images. I follow you ;-) Reply ↓ You are a fantastic photographer who capture life in each photograph! That’s all I can say! Hey, I am following you already! Reply ↓ Thank you for liking “Rock Art: Part 2.” Great black-and-white photo! :) I like the journeying theme in some of your photos. These type of portraits fill me with curiosity about where the person in the photo came from and where he or she will be going. I also wonder why the person went on the trip in the first place. 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. 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