Black and White Portrait Street Furrowed November 25, 2014 Old man | Marina Beach, 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#India#Old Man#Tamil Nadu Post navigation ← On the darker side A smile that shines through → 117 thoughts on “Furrowed” Comment navigation Newer Comments → very intense…. Reply ↓ beautifully captured deep in thought Reply ↓ awesomely captured :) Reply ↓ Wow Joshi .. what a wonderful photo. A penny for his thoughts .. Reply ↓ Breathtaking! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Mistrz i Małgorzata. Reply ↓ So full of character :) Reply ↓ Very expresive portrait ! Reply ↓ Seems like you have captured his questions into your lens. Reply ↓ Great image. Reply ↓ Excellent… Reply ↓ Excellent work. Reply ↓ wonderfuf shot ! Reply ↓ Great portrait. He seems to be a man of strength. Reply ↓ A very intense shot… in fact, most of your images are truly intense, this one is even more :) Great details and a very catchy perspective :) Reply ↓ This photo and I am thinking too. Good photo Mr. photographer. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Great portrait!! Reply ↓ A great portrait, perfect edit to b&w! Well done! Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait Joshi. Reply ↓ excellent Reply ↓ Outstanding portrait. Reply ↓ what a glance ! :) Reply ↓ Nice use of chiaroscuro…. Reply ↓ Wonder how you capture such raw emotions! Reply ↓ such deep and penetrating gaze from a pair of woeful eyes Reply ↓ Quite superb Reply ↓ Loved the intensity. Nice composition. Reply ↓ Those eyes, the years he carries…they have something to say. Thank you for sharing a shimmer of his story with us. Reply ↓ Classic Reply ↓ Wow Joshi, looks like we were sensitive to the same thing: https://hammerhomestreetphotography.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/my-fellow-citizens-3/ Reply ↓ Very strong photo Joshi. We don’t forget this emotional expression. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented: A photograph from Joshi Daniel of a man whose long life is etched into his face with wonderful clarity… I do like black and white photographs. Reply ↓ His face is full of emotion, profound image Reply ↓ Like the way you captured all the little nooks and cranny’s on his face… Reply ↓ Intense……….. Reply ↓ So much expression, so many stories to be told – wonderful capture! :) Reply ↓ Always excellent portrait! bright eyes here! superb Reply ↓ Much suffering on that face. Reply ↓ awesome Reply ↓ A questioning expression in the depth of furrows! Reply ↓ A brilliant shot! Reply ↓ Beautiful black and white picture. Reply ↓ beautiful portrait! Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait. Reply ↓ Every inch tells a story. Wow. :o Reply ↓ Intriguing, wonder what he was thinking. Reply ↓ His face …seasoned with the ups and downs of life…great shot ! :-) Reply ↓ Live this shot! Such intensity in the eyes set in a great face. Reply ↓ Great portrait Joshi! Hugs form me, Marie Reply ↓ very nice expression! :) (Where’s the Like button?) Reply ↓ HIs eyes showing the experience he earn in his life. superb click Reply ↓ haunting and intense….. Reply ↓ He sees something you don’t. Reply ↓ A SUPERB picture!!! It is brilliant! Reply ↓ The intensity in his eyes is intimidating….excellent capture Reply ↓ Excellent high-contrast portrait – wonderful pose. Reply ↓ Good one. Picture is better than 1000 words. Reply ↓ Awesome face and shot–unimaginable toil seems to have created these furrows. Reply ↓ Wow, this photograph seems to tell a story. Great Capture. Reply ↓ Beautifully expressive face, Joshi. Reply ↓ You have photographed him and his thoughts………not getting enough words to appreciate u……really great……….! Reply ↓ I especially like the way his facial hair was detailed. Nice shot! Reply ↓ Incredible as always Joshi, and a great lesson in dodging and burning for all of us. Reply ↓ those eyes! Reply ↓ Looks like he has something to say … undecided as yet . Reply ↓ This picture says it all… I am now itching to write a story! Reply ↓ Encapsulating image Joshi. Thank you kindly for coming over to ‘through the luminary lens’ and liking my image of the waterfall in the forest with the Thomas Berry/Brian Swimme quote. Coming from a photojournalist of your stature, this is high praise indeed! Peace and best regards, to you and all. Reply ↓ Awesome intensity, brilliant portrait Reply ↓ Stunning shot. Reply ↓ Very intense gaze. Love the high contrast. Reply ↓ Wonderful !! The contrast creates a great impact. Reply ↓ oh! the brow just slightly furrowed. great work! Reply ↓ Wow! I love how you captured the details in his face. Reply ↓ wonderful. your images a going to be in a museum one day. Reply ↓ Lovely post and Pictures <3 http://www.theeche.com Reply ↓ You can see a lot in this image, the expression on his face, the hint of a smile, great shot. Reply ↓ nice portrait work Reply ↓ Dynamic portrait. The eyes and expression you captured here is outstanding! Reply ↓ I love his expression. Wonderful portrait Joshi! Reply ↓ Old Man Time lingers there behind those brows and eyes, I’m sure of it! Reply ↓ Splendid shot… Reply ↓ Fantastic eyes. Reply ↓ Great capture of the eyes/look ~ Reply ↓ Great shot Reply ↓ Another superb portrait Joshi! Reply ↓ That’s an amazing capture. Reply ↓ furrowed indeed! love it Reply ↓ Very nice. Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait <3 Reply ↓ Beautiful .. Reply ↓ As usual, your B&W is superb. · hugs Reply ↓ Simply stunning. His expression could be described in many ways and many stories could be told. Love the way you captured his eyes. Reply ↓ Spectacular portrait, congratulations! Reply ↓ j’aime ce regard Reply ↓ his story begins to unfold Reply ↓ Beautiful Reply ↓ Breathtaking! What is the story behind this man? Is he a fisherman? Reply ↓ another fantastic portrait. Reply ↓ Such an intense eyes! Reply ↓ nice. like the contrasty B&W 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. ( 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.