Black and White Portrait Street Travel Fleeting smile December 15, 2013 Turbaned old man | Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 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#Jaisalmer#Old Man#Rajasthan#Smile#Turban Post navigation ← Riding into the sunset At leisure → 93 thoughts on “Fleeting smile” As usual, superb portrait !! Loved the intense mood in it !! Reply ↓ Quite typical of your high quality works :) Reply ↓ The old man has a smile which says it all :) the wise smile Reply ↓ What expressions… Reply ↓ Wise man…… with a wise smile Reply ↓ Beautiful image, Daniel!:) Reply ↓ I love the intensity in his gaze. Beautiful. :) Reply ↓ Nice composition! Reply ↓ Loved this old man and the capture… Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait! Reply ↓ What a capture…hats off to your passion Reply ↓ Superb portrait !! Reply ↓ I love that hint of fleeting style and the slightly naughty glint in his eyes. Excellent diffused sidelight really gives the turban that extra oomph . Reply ↓ Nearly indistinguishible, byt yes – it’s there! Good observation! ;-) Reply ↓ Very well captured… :-) Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait! Reply ↓ Excellent shot..:-) Reply ↓ Yes, His eyes are not smileing. A nice old man. A good picture. Hugs from me, Marie Reply ↓ I love those bright eyes. Excellent portrait. Reply ↓ Again; A great portrait!!! Reply ↓ Nice portrait… Reply ↓ GREAT PORTRAIT !! Reply ↓ Wonderful Reply ↓ Great work. Reply ↓ That’s a beautiful capture ! There is so much of intensity in his eyes . Reply ↓ You’ve captured the intesnity and wisdom on his face. Reply ↓ Hard life of Rajasthan inmates and their culture truly reflected. Reply ↓ J..this is one of your best…just fabulous! G Reply ↓ A straight, deadpan stare into your lens. I wonder what was going on in his mind just then. Reply ↓ A beautiful portrait! Splendid photowork! Reply ↓ Wonderful work Joshi- Reply ↓ intense deep, typical josh portrait, like it. would like to his nose from the side (_; Reply ↓ Love the composition and the feel of this image. Reply ↓ The off-center face and the turban patterns give this a wonderful flow – another fine one, Joshi. Reply ↓ apt caption.. http://kiyaraartyspace.com/ Reply ↓ Another wonderful portrait !.. Reply ↓ It seems that his gaze is going through and past the camera. There is a bit of an enigmatic touch in that; we get to see him, but we aren’t allowed to know him, even though we want to. A compelling portrait, Joshi. Nice work! Reply ↓ Very nice portrait! Reply ↓ Stunning capture Joshi!! Reply ↓ Wonderful capture. :) Reply ↓ lovely image Joshi Reply ↓ I love the character and wisdom captured in his face. Reply ↓ Fleeting maybe Joshi but you caught the forever of it! Reply ↓ Perfect portrait–very nicely done Joshi! Reply ↓ Such an interesting face. I didn’t see the smile at first, then I looked at his cheeks, and then back up into his eyes and I could see it. Great photo and a great face. Reply ↓ Beautiful! There is something about that Rajasthani turban… B&W or colored…graceful! Reply ↓ Great portrait. Reply ↓ This photo touched heart. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ This will seem like a silly question,joshi, but, I’m always thinkin’ how much does that headgear weigh? Having a bedsheet on my head, I think, would be most uncomfortable! ;) Reply ↓ Intense shot Reply ↓ You can actually see a hint of smile in his eyes, Joshi. : Reply ↓ Another stunner Joshi. Reply ↓ voted! Amazing shot! It speaks a lot! Regards, Sindhu Tantu The Arts & Me Reply ↓ Love this, you’ve definitely got my vote. Keep on keepin on. -Anastasia Reply ↓ All I can say is the camera is your best friend and together both of you come up with such amazing pics. Reply ↓ The wrinkles of the face so dramatically echoed in the folds of the turban. Excellent shot. I am going to follow your blog!! Reply ↓ nice! Reply ↓ It is a sheer pleasure to go through your pics, Joshi. Thanks for visiting my blogsite. Reply ↓ Fleeting yes, but it’s there! I wonder about the weight he carries on his head … any idea? Reply ↓ commendable Reply ↓ commendable…… Reply ↓ Wonderfully clicked!! Your work is admirable. Reply ↓ I always look into the story that the Photo tries to convey. With the apt caption and this perfect capture I can say this ones a gem. Superbly done. :) Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait! Reply ↓ As usual… great B&W · hugs Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait. Reply ↓ The turban nicely frames the face. Reply ↓ As always, excellent! Reply ↓ Awesome photo. Reply ↓ Make Someone Smile :) Reply ↓ Nice Reply ↓ J’aime beaucoup ce cadrage décalé qui laisse place au turban Reply ↓ j’aime bien son regard Reply ↓ Beautiful old man : ) Very well photographed by you! Reply ↓ Great expression! Reply ↓ Wonderful image. : ) The related posts thing is quite helpful now! ;) Reply ↓ so comfortable in his skin.. Reply ↓ Fabulous! Reply ↓ very detailed :D u always capture the essence of ur subject :D Reply ↓ Magnificent. Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait Reply ↓ Great shooting, those character head shots always work. Hope to see more Reply ↓ Brilliant Shot!! Reply ↓ I really like the intensity and look in this portrait. Nice work Joshi. Reply ↓ I wish I new his story, I’m sure it would be interesting. Reply ↓ I’ve seen this portrait before, but I clicked it again since it’s one of my favorites! :-) I absolutely love the tight framing and his expression! Reply ↓ I have just followed your blog as your work in stop-in-your-tracks wonderful! :) Looking forward to reading your future post in my reader now. Reply ↓ great shot… love it Reply ↓ Wonderful Reply ↓ An excellent photo…It really draws you into it!! Reply ↓ Just brilliant. Reply ↓ Thank you for liking “Happy Fourth of July.” This is a wonderful portrait. It seems like a straightforward shot, yet there is a hint of an interesting untold story in his eyes. I like your portraits in general, but there is something special about the black-and-white ones. :) Reply ↓ Great work. The detailed lighting in his beard is exquisite. 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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