Street Travel Samosa seller on the street September 28, 2014 Samosa seller | T. Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 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 #Chennai#Food#India#Tamil Nadu Post navigation ← Drenched Portrait of actress Salony Luthra → 104 thoughts on “Samosa seller on the street” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Looks appetising Reply ↓ mmmm samosas possibly my favorite treat ever. especially the ones with peas and rice. Reply ↓ Just incredible. Reply ↓ Nice pic. I wonder how do you manage to take a pic in such a crowded area Reply ↓ You’ve captured the details very well! At what time of the day was this clicked? Reply ↓ nice street picture , i’d like to taste one of these samosas :) Reply ↓ Very appealing. Reply ↓ Hmm looks good… :) I mean both the samosas and the picture.. :) Reply ↓ Very nice shot ! Reply ↓ Really nice short. Life captured beautifully. Reply ↓ Great color and perspective! And looks so delicious… :-) Reply ↓ A great streetphoto! The samosa looks delicious! Well done! Reply ↓ Superb :) Reply ↓ which street it is? Reply ↓ Gorgeous – you know when to shoot in color! So vibrant! :-) Reply ↓ love those delicious samosas. great photo Joshi Reply ↓ Great colours and good focus/depth of field. Reply ↓ That is a well decorated one. Nice shot. Reply ↓ Cool photo!! Yummy!! Reply ↓ Well, you’ve certainly got a lot of people here hungering for samosas. What struck me about the picture was the expression on the guy’s face. He’s obviously looking out for traffic while crossing the street but his expression conveys more than that. Fatigue brought on by despondency? Don’t think he is much enjoying selling the samosas:) That’s what great about the picture. The appetising samosas contrasted by the man’s expression Reply ↓ Nice light and colors ! Reply ↓ Brilliant shot, so bright and colourful! Reply ↓ lovely shot….:) Reply ↓ I would love to try that! Great image =) Reply ↓ The lighting is wonderful in this, as is the composition! Great picture! Reply ↓ I am loving the dash of colors in your recent shots. Reply ↓ Lovely colors and a fine character study. Reply ↓ Wow! Reply ↓ beautiful colors.. Reply ↓ A great atmosphere and lovely portrait profile! I love Reply ↓ Samosas may be my favorite food. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous shot! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Travels with Mary and commented: Great photo! Reply ↓ Such beautifully captured image. And am curious as to the flavor of the samosa. Reply ↓ Great capture. Reply ↓ lovely image!:) Reply ↓ What a shot! The colours are amazing! Reply ↓ lovely color Reply ↓ Superb friend,Take care Joshi Reply ↓ Stunning shot. Reply ↓ Looks yummy…. delicious shot :-D Reply ↓ I like the light effects. Good capture. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Yummy Shot! Reply ↓ The curry leaves seem to have a life of their own – appearing to stop traffic for their carrier to cross the road! Reply ↓ Beautifully captured photo thanks for sharing Reply ↓ That just made me really hungry :-) Reply ↓ Stunning Street Photography! Reply ↓ Brilliant color. Nice rim light on his face. :) Reply ↓ Like the crispy colors. Lovely shot. Reply ↓ Nice shot… Reply ↓ Balanced. Reply ↓ Right out in the street! My mouth is watering. Reply ↓ Wonderful shot. Reply ↓ Superb click Reply ↓ Excellent colors and bokeh. Reply ↓ Making a way out in this traffic after a tough day’s work..well captured :) Reply ↓ lovely shot! caught candidly.. :) Reply ↓ Which street is that? First time I am seeing this a Samosa Seller this way? And which Cam do you use to click the pics? Which is your favorite one? Reply ↓ you are awesome bhai Reply ↓ Nice looking samosas. Great colour. Reply ↓ I want to grab a samosa!!! great shot! Reply ↓ A wonderful shot. Reply ↓ Well done! Reply ↓ beautiful…! Reply ↓ Nice. Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait. Reply ↓ I bet he does well in his business! Reply ↓ You capture life beautifully Daniel… Reply ↓ Delicious! Reply ↓ On a bright day. Reply ↓ Tolles Bild lieber Gruß und einen glücklichen Tag Gislinde Reply ↓ poor man looks tired…. Reply ↓ Cool shot! Reply ↓ I miss samosa :( Reply ↓ I miss samosa Reply ↓ I love the curry-leaves decoration on top! But the, samosas are not covered as he walks down the street. Safety-issues :) Reply ↓ I think it is the attention to these small details that makes your photos stand out. Great pic and now I’m hungry ;-) Reply ↓ Wonderful glimpse into a new-to-me area. Reply ↓ Now I’m hungry! Great colors and clarity. Nicely captured, Joshi. Reply ↓ Nice shot.. Reply ↓ Yes, the colors really stand out on this one, Joshi. Great job! Reply ↓ Delicious photo! Reply ↓ Great shot Reply ↓ superbe ces couleurs et le bokeh aussi Reply ↓ great street capture Reply ↓ It’s a great photo… as usual. · hugs Reply ↓ Yum! I’d buy one! Love the colors and the DOF, Joshi. Reply ↓ great pic – looks yumm Reply ↓ Wonderful colors and bokeh. Reply ↓ Yum yum. I want a samosa now. 😍 Reply ↓ Love this shot. The red shirt attracts the viewer. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented: A new blog for me and more photography from Joshi Daniel – we are lucky to have access to such imagery. Reply ↓ Before I scrolled all the way to the bottom, I thought this platter was on a table. Awesome photography. <3 Reply ↓ I love Samosa! That image took me right back to my childhood! We lived in Kuwait, and would go shopping in the local souk. There would always be samosa sellers like this; the samosa were small, not like the big, cold pallid things we get over here; small, piping hot, spicy and crispy. The seller would fill a paper cone with them, and my sister and I would sit in the back of the car happily munching… it was the biggest treat! Reply ↓ I can smell it. Reply ↓ Great photo :D Reply ↓ Love it :) Reply ↓ Love samosa..great capture! Reply ↓ Stunning Reply ↓ nice shot! i like the light on the mouth watering treats Reply ↓ The samosas look delicious. Beautiful picture! 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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