Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Travel Irula tribal woman of Attappadi August 20, 2014 Irula woman | Attappadi, Palakkad, Kerala, India Read more: Irula tribe 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 #Attappadi#India#Irula#Kerala#Palakkad#Tribe Post navigation ← A look of intrigue Portrait of actor Charuhasan → 87 thoughts on “Irula tribal woman of Attappadi” You capture people beautifully. The picture could be almost speaking. :) Reply ↓ Another incredible capture…the eyes and deep contrasts of the shot, brilliant. Reply ↓ Very nice capture Reply ↓ Reblogged this on SABAS LOG and commented: Fantastic capture of black & white photography Reply ↓ What an expressive face! Reply ↓ Stunning. Reply ↓ Beautiful face :) Reply ↓ A splendid portrait, great photowork! Reply ↓ This is a quintessentially indian portrait and I like the subtle hints that provide this Indian connection. From the muted gold chain with it’s figure of eight hook, to the glittering nose ring; this portrait could not have been made anywhere else. The pathos and suffering is evident in her eyes, but there is also strength and courage. A splendid portrait in its own element. Bravo! Reply ↓ nice… Reply ↓ Very expressive :) Reply ↓ Hi Joshi. It’s been a long time since I left a message, but I’ve never forgot about you. As always, you have the gift of speaking volumes in a single photographs. Best wishes. Reply ↓ An old visage..weakened by time… :-) great capture as usual… Reply ↓ Very expressive, beautiful ! Reply ↓ What an amazing looking woman! Reply ↓ I would call her Ancient of Days! Reply ↓ Beautiful, expressive portrait. You certainly have a gift! Reply ↓ Simply brilliant shot….! Reply ↓ The eyes say it all…. Reply ↓ Her face tells so much about how hard life can be in your photo. Reply ↓ What a detailed capture! Reply ↓ Great captured Reply ↓ Stunning shot. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on LIAKOTH. Reply ↓ Stories deep in her eyes . . . Reply ↓ Sehr Beeindruckend Wünsche einen schönen Tag liebe Grüße Gislinde Reply ↓ Awesome portrait Reply ↓ Your monochrome shots are brilliant. Reply ↓ very nice work! :) Reply ↓ Her eyes are heart-breaking, beautiful portrait Reply ↓ She looks thoughtful… A lovely shot. Reply ↓ Pretty <3 Reply ↓ A lifetime in her wrinkled face and eyes. Beautiful capture Joshi. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Click And Color. Reply ↓ so evocative, a lifetime! Reply ↓ So much emotion and history you have captured in the photo. Reply ↓ Such an interesting fae. Reply ↓ Very expressive Reply ↓ So many furrows on her skin,her hair ll silver yet so much light in her eyes. The eyes look so alive and young as a contrast to her entire face. i am left wondering how many monsoons has she seen. Great. :) :) :) btw when will u show me ur own picture???? Reply ↓ Ur photos deep meaning…all u require is a photo and not a long write up kudos . do catch up on my blog n give a feedback… Kudos :) ;)°:) Reply ↓ good evening Another beautiful portrait! Reply ↓ Wow, beautiful shot…I’d love to hear her life story :) Reply ↓ This woman’s skin seems like a map of her life. Reply ↓ THE TELLTALE FURROWS BUT THE EYES STILL BURN WITH SOME RESOLVE. Reply ↓ Beautiful contrast and what a great study of old age! Reply ↓ mind-blowing shot! Reply ↓ Superb portrait. Reply ↓ The emotion you’ve captured is almost heart-wrenching. Reply ↓ Those drowsy eyes speak a million stories. Reply ↓ This picture speaks for itself. Beautiful Reply ↓ Wow! What a capture. Reply ↓ nice Reply ↓ great portraiture! Reply ↓ Striking face and contrast – an arresting image. Reply ↓ Fascinating portrait, great details and light! Reply ↓ Brilliant as always! Reply ↓ You have captured so many emotions in one pictures. Kudos Reply ↓ Love the details Reply ↓ You never cease to amaze with your portraits – another amazing piece. Reply ↓ This face tells stories. Amazing portrait. Reply ↓ like always. your sense for moments and faces. beautiful Reply ↓ ce traitement renforce bien les rides de la peau Reply ↓ the art of capturing a reflective moment perfectly! Reply ↓ Intense. Reply ↓ this photo speaks long days, hard work, rough life … excellent Reply ↓ The anatomy you captured makes it appear as if a separate mask of flesh was place around her eye socket areas. Interesting shot. Reply ↓ Superb Joshi. Reply ↓ Wrinkles, right to the very tip of her nose; and such sad eyes. Reply ↓ Hi Joshi, Fantastic range of tones and textures in this portrait. Reply ↓ Wonderful textured portrait. Reply ↓ Incredible work, Joshi. I’m glad to have found your site… R Reply ↓ Another amazing portrait! Reply ↓ So much life in this face! Reply ↓ Superb pic Reply ↓ Outstanding … . . simply outstanding … Reply ↓ I have studied this portrait for a while. What I see are lines of time and struggle and endurance. There is also the expression of fatigue and resignation. This is the human condition at its most basic level. All in all, this is an extremely touching portrait and it is humbling to know that anyone of us could easily experience this side of life at any time. Masterfully done, Joshi. Reply ↓ Outstanding work. Reply ↓ I love this portrait. The beautiful wrinkles on her dance map out her life, and the look in her eyes is something I just cannot place. Stunning shot. Reply ↓ Beautiful face Reply ↓ A poetic face full of stories. Reply ↓ We could read the story of hardship and struggle in her eyes, excellent portrait, Joshi :) Reply ↓ Sharp indded. Excellent one! Reply ↓ Great capture. :) Reply ↓ beautiful shot… Reply ↓ thank you :) Reply ↓ These pictures are absolutely beautiful. How unique every human is on this planet, beautiful in their own special way. Thanks for sharing and thank you for stopping by my page :) Reply ↓ thank you :) 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. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.