Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Street Travel Introspective February 5, 2014 Naga Sadhu | Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India Read more: Sadhu 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#Sadhu#Uttar Pradesh#Varanasi Post navigation ← Subtlety Weary → 103 thoughts on “Introspective” Comment navigation Newer Comments → An another amazing portrait ! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Thoughts and commented: This photo is amazing, a great use of black and white Reply ↓ Oh wow that is powerful the expression brilliant work Reply ↓ Well captured and intense shot! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Six Gun Sweetie and commented: This is absolutely breathtaking! Reply ↓ Absolutely stunning! Reply ↓ A powerful image :) Reply ↓ Great image Reply ↓ awesome shot!!!! Reply ↓ Brilliant! Reply ↓ Fantastico!! Reply ↓ Great shot almost graphical…. Reply ↓ Fascinating, but the person in focus. Reply ↓ Really love the detail of this image. The man looks very intense too. Reply ↓ Poignant! love his contemplative mood… Reply ↓ Wonderful capture. Reply ↓ Stunning photo! Reply ↓ Makes you want to know more about his story. Reply ↓ Great portrait! Reply ↓ A certain scariness – I always hope people will react to my photos not just by eye Reply ↓ amazing portrait, Daniel! Reply ↓ Nice contrast Reply ↓ Love the contrast Reply ↓ Nice composition! Reply ↓ He looks out there somewhere. Excellent black and white portrait. Reply ↓ Great portrait! Reply ↓ I would say “Picture Perfect” Reply ↓ images that do not require words… :-)c Reply ↓ Great protrait Reply ↓ No better word could be used. Another great photo! BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ A stunning depiction that is a slice of the man’s story. Captivating and staggering too. Reply ↓ Great shot – the face is almost like a mask. Reply ↓ Amazing :) Reply ↓ Such a stunning shot Reply ↓ Awesome portrait!! Reply ↓ Amazing !! Reply ↓ Powerful face! I could stare at Naga’s face for hours and still not see all! Thank you! Love, Amy Reply ↓ A striking portrait – love the angle on the subject. Reply ↓ I love the textures here. Reply ↓ Powerful image, like the range of tones-heard about you through Otto Munchou’s list of blogs and glad I checked it out. Reply ↓ The intensity of his gaze (and his persona) is captured perfectly-excellent work! Reply ↓ What a moment in time! Reply ↓ As always Joshi, a brilliant portrait! Reply ↓ Great capture Reply ↓ a man and his thoughts; now for us to ponder Reply ↓ Face from an Indian version of 300. Reply ↓ Where and when the human face turns itself a sculpture, an amazing portrait indeed! Reply ↓ A great title for this touching photo. Reply ↓ Very nice. He does seem engrossed about something. Reply ↓ love it Reply ↓ nice Reply ↓ Nice composition! Reply ↓ Kasi… i have been to tat place twice.. Nice portrait :) Reply ↓ Beautiful! Reply ↓ Striking portrait Reply ↓ You consistently post some of the most powerful photographic portraits that I’ve ever seen. Reply ↓ What colour are his eyes? I’m thinking an olive green or a light brown that makes his pupils stand out like that, especially his left eye. Reply ↓ Those faces scare me a lot. Reply ↓ Intense shot Joshi… Reply ↓ Great tonal values ! Reply ↓ Rather frightening! But excellent! Reply ↓ Well captured shot, loved the tones. Reply ↓ Quite introspective … Reply ↓ Wonderful shot…and I really like the new site layout as well :) Reply ↓ Great image – looks like a charcoal drawing Joshi. Reply ↓ nice Reply ↓ Superb portrait, Joshi :) Reply ↓ Well done! Reply ↓ another fantastic shot from you… and thank you so much for the huge compliment you made on my last post! Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi. Reply ↓ Magnificent work, Joshi. I thought it was a charcoal drawing at first. Reply ↓ Nice portrait, Joshi. Reply ↓ Astounding! Reply ↓ Always love the title you give. Very intense … Reply ↓ awesome portrait Reply ↓ Love it. You’ve captured so much emotion in his eyes. It’s amazing Reply ↓ Hard portrait really looks like a painting. I like his strength. · hugs Reply ↓ oh que j’adore l’effet sur sa barbe car on dirait qu’elle est aussi plâtrée Reply ↓ Intense, fantastic portrait Reply ↓ Aptly named Reply ↓ amazing! Reply ↓ intensity … Reply ↓ Another great portrait, Joshi. Such depth and such a story told in his eyes. Reply ↓ Looking inward is supposably a sign of spirituality. Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait. Reply ↓ Great capture of expression Joshi! He seems to be intensely focused on something. Reply ↓ Beautiful capture :) Reply ↓ Another wonderful capture! Reply ↓ Stunning composition Joshi! Reply ↓ Love this! Reply ↓ Very intense expression! Reply ↓ amazing photography on this blog, regards from Poland Reply ↓ Great capture! I really like the way black and white brings out the detail, particularly in the forehead… Reply ↓ Your work is stunning! Reply ↓ Striking shot! :) Reply ↓ holy man? good capture. Reply ↓ Wonderful work! Reply ↓ Reminiscent of pen and ink drawings. Very well-done, Joshi. Reply ↓ I like the tonal range in your image and it is an interesting and characterful portrait. Reply ↓ Capturing emotions other then happiness is a hard thing to do with a camera…great job, stunning work. 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. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. 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