Portrait Street Travel Behind the door November 20, 2013 Old man | Trivandrum, Kerala, India 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#Kerala#Old Man#Thiruvananthapuram Post navigation ← Kurumba woman of Attappadi Lighting up → 107 thoughts on “Behind the door” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Atmospheric photographs…. Reply ↓ Nice shot, Love the composition of the building structure the old man’s clothing contrasts but plays to at the same time. >KB Reply ↓ Terrific shot, great texture… Reply ↓ It looks very good but I wish I could see it bigger. Reply ↓ I want to know what he is thinking about. Reply ↓ Beautiful capture… Reply ↓ Wonder what he is thinking about…. Reply ↓ Nice composition. Reply ↓ Brillant ! I like atmosphere, light… everything !! Reply ↓ Is it sketched? or the real photograph. If real, I must say great photography dude. Reply ↓ Lovely ! May u pls share the post prcoseeing u do ! Reply ↓ Brilliant shot. Reply ↓ magnifique portrait Reply ↓ Gorgeous textures!! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on The Noah Project. Reply ↓ semplicity… great impression! Reply ↓ Awesome photo! Reply ↓ Amazing Shot Joshi.. :) Reply ↓ Gorgeous pic as always Joshi! Reply ↓ Beautiful Joshi, caught deep in thought. MM 🍀 Reply ↓ great shot..:-) Reply ↓ Great capture and processing! Reply ↓ Brilliant you are! This is a very nice capture of a moment that can be defined as what the person perceives. Brilliant! Reply ↓ Brilliant captured portrait… :-) Reply ↓ Brilliant capture and it made me sad..The whole ambiance along with the man’s expression..it seems he is so alone ! Reply ↓ Behind every door is a story to be told! Reply ↓ ..and I voted for you :-D Reply ↓ Beautiful photo. I like it! Have a nice day : ) Reply ↓ Fantastic Moment, well composed. Only the view from above is a little bit pity. It enlages the distance. Reply ↓ Capturing the emotions. Beautiful! Reply ↓ So beautiful Joshi. The colors are melting together. You are a truly artist with your camera ! Hugs from me, Marie, from a Norway in wintersnowlandscape :) Reply ↓ Great story telling! Reply ↓ Très belle photo, où l’on ressent une grande solitude de ce monsieur. Reply ↓ Very nicely done. Reply ↓ Gorgeous as always Reply ↓ Love the environment. Reply ↓ Great mysterious feeling in this one! Reply ↓ Cool! you really got the gesture of the man behind the doors Joshi :) Reply ↓ i feel sad to think what kind of life he must be having-the pic is very evocative. Reply ↓ you have explicitly enlivened the life the man has lived.beautiful. Reply ↓ Love this one. Reply ↓ Superb composition Joshi! Reply ↓ Iconic.How do you take such pictures,don’t they object? Reply ↓ Great work, Daniel! Complimenti! Reply ↓ Do you take students? I wish you could teach me nuances of Photography. :) Reply ↓ fantastic Reply ↓ Lovely textures Joshi… :) Reply ↓ I do so admire how you capture the essence along with the photo – fabulous! :) Reply ↓ Very inspiring ! Reply ↓ So many textures and layers in this photo, stone, wood, iron, cloth, human. Really great. Reply ↓ Wonderful capture…loved the composition. Reply ↓ very cool pic ….. it has a bit of sci-fi atmospherics!!!! Reply ↓ Lovely composition Reply ↓ It’s a great photo. The spaces are very well distributed. · regards Reply ↓ Not so closed apparently Reply ↓ Great capture Reply ↓ l’effet des textures de l’escalier et du bois donnent beaucoup de charme à ce personnage aussi Reply ↓ looks like he just woke up or in a catatonic state, nice capture. Reply ↓ Marvelous. Reply ↓ Superb shot Joshi. Reply ↓ OMGoodness Joshi. This is one of your best. Reply ↓ Speechless! I loved it. Reply ↓ In deep thought. Reply ↓ great capture!! Reply ↓ As always, perfect… Reply ↓ Once again, a great shot. Reply ↓ For these portraits, it’s as though it’s effortless for you to get so many people to get so comfortable with you and your camera that they just let their guards down, and let you make poetry of their existences. It’s always a pleasure to see what you’ve done lately. Reply ↓ you caught the mood… pensive :) Reply ↓ A bit ominous and threatening (in a way), but also very intriguing. This is a bit different from many of your other portraits, but it certainly captures the imagination. Now….what IS behind that door? Nice work, Joshi. Reply ↓ amazing shot :D Reply ↓ Another great image! BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ A lonely shot… Reply ↓ Superbe Reply ↓ Great picture, and an unusual composition which I like. Reply ↓ nice Reply ↓ Art/Painting it is if not photograph. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Art/Painting it is if not photograph. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Very well taken. Perfect saturation and contrast ! Reply ↓ The tiredness of bygone life is well depicted. Reply ↓ Nailed it – lines, composition are awesome. Reply ↓ Beautiful shot Joshi! Reply ↓ great one, i like the contrast and the scene Reply ↓ A great capture Joshi! :-) Reply ↓ I love the fact that this photo is so open to interpretation. For me, the man represents a Christ figure of sorts. Reply ↓ Un bel équilibre dans ta composition. Un sujet qui ressort parfaitement dans le décors. Une composition efficace. Magnifique. Reply ↓ I don’t always comment because you have so many other comments to read, but I do very much love your work. Powerful and realistic Reply ↓ Very nice. Reply ↓ Hey. That’s a very nice blog. A small token of love and appreciation. A Liebster Award. http://echoesofmywhispers.blogspot.in/2013/11/Liebster-award.html Reply ↓ Excellent! Reply ↓ The pieces all fit together so beautifully! Reply ↓ I love your choice of format which goes very well along with the strong lines in this shot. Wonderful!! Reply ↓ Wonderful shot! Reply ↓ Such nice framing. (The old man reminds me of Mathukutty, now that I look at the photo again. o-O) Reply ↓ Amazing shot. Reply ↓ Love the composition and the understated colours Reply ↓ Truly masterful. Reply ↓ He looks so sad. What a capture of mood. Reply ↓ It is age? it is loneliness? I don’t want to grow old! Reply ↓ Thank you for sharing your portraits Joshi, and also for visiting through the luminary lens recently. Namaste – Bruce Reply ↓ I missed this one. It’s beautiful, Joshi. The tones are lovely. And, you spoke for this man. I like this very much. 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. 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