Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Travel Kurumba tribal woman of Attappadi January 23, 2015 Kurumba tribe woman | Attappadi, Palakkad, Kerala, India Read more: Kurumba 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#Kerala#Kurumba#Palakkad#Tribe Post navigation ← Guarded A young Kattai koothu performer → 86 thoughts on “Kurumba tribal woman of Attappadi” great pics and intriguing text, thank you. Reply ↓ Excellent !! Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait, Joshi. The expression on the woman’s face is incredible. Reply ↓ wow that is awesome Reply ↓ Very striking! Reply ↓ Whoa. Very interesting. Reply ↓ Stunning :) Reply ↓ A great portrait! Reply ↓ Awesome!! Reply ↓ A really strong portrait! The woman looks like she has led a very hard life with little joy in it Reply ↓ Reblogged this on jitoojadhav and commented: Classic Photography Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Intense! Reply ↓ Excellent portrait – great expression and I love that lighting Reply ↓ Fabulous picture ! Reply ↓ Awesome shot. Reply ↓ Joshi you really should do an exhibition or publish a coffee table book. Life etched on human faces Reply ↓ Superb! Reply ↓ An immensely powerful portrait. Reply ↓ Very striking Joshi! Reply ↓ Excellent Work Joshi! Reply ↓ very intense…. Reply ↓ Excellent portrait – great expression in the small light Reply ↓ superb Reply ↓ Eyes searching with uncertainty … Marvellous Joshi ! Reply ↓ lovely portrait! Intense! Reply ↓ Your portraits are awesome. Reply ↓ Wow – the details in your portraits! Awesome job, Joshi. Reply ↓ Your ability to reveal the shared humanity in portraits is always astounding…and makes me want to talk to that person! Reply ↓ Magnificent work! Have a nice week end! Photographer Gil Zetbase Reply ↓ Amazing capture – the emotion in those eyes make me want to cry… Reply ↓ I wonder if you are working on an abstract level with this image. The coming out of the dark can be perplexing, which is exactly the expression on her face. Splendid as always. As the weather puts a damper on winter treks I will spend some time and catch up with older posts. Reply ↓ Once again, Joshi, you’ve caught something so important in this picture of the weathered face and eyes that seem to ask Why and Am I all alone? Can you see me? Am I visible to you? Will you join me? What will you do now that you’ve looked into my eyes? Thank you. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on VIEWS from the EDGE and commented: I see you and wonder if you see me. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Allerlei Kunterbunt… and commented: Vom Leben gezeichnet… Reply ↓ A haunting portrait. Reply ↓ A haunting image Joshi. Superb! Reply ↓ Great face, great lighting, great composition! Best, ellen Reply ↓ Great click! :-) … Reply ↓ Worth a 1000 words! Reply ↓ Wow! I love how you are not afraid to use dark. This photo is so rich because of the deep shadows. Awesome as usual. Reply ↓ Beautiful light! ;) Reply ↓ Always a good one from you Joshi! Reply ↓ Did this woman mind having her picture taken? What did she get out of it? I wonder because I think she is poor, and doesn’t feel worthy somehow. Her eyes have a look of innocence, though her face show the ravages of time and a hard life. <3 Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Benji Martin Photography. Reply ↓ Wonderful lighting. Reply ↓ Great portrait. Reply ↓ Wow incredible !!!!!!! Reply ↓ très bien cet éclairage sur sa peau Reply ↓ Very strong. Reply ↓ Emotions are perfectly captured in this frame. Reply ↓ The contrast and emotion in this pic are great. Reply ↓ Wow!! Love the intensity in the gaze and the light. Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Every time I visit your blog it inspires me, instincts an array of creative thoughts. You have an eye for uniqueness, beauty, passion and wilderness. LOve visiting your blog :) Reply ↓ Unbelievable! Contrast, light and wicked eye contact Reply ↓ Your pictures are phenomenal Reply ↓ She looks scared. I just get a sense of sadness for her. Reply ↓ Beautiful picture :) Reply ↓ great shot! Reply ↓ Nice portrait Reply ↓ Ancient of days…and with the wisdom, I’m sure, to prove it. Reply ↓ fantastic, very special lights! Reply ↓ Impressive Joshi! Well captured! Reply ↓ Such feeling! Reply ↓ Strangely accusing expression. Reply ↓ awesome….both your photography and her expressions!! Reply ↓ Childlike eyes in an aged face…fascinating. Reply ↓ Character written all over her face. Reply ↓ Great shots ~ the focus on the eyes is something special… Reply ↓ Excellent and strong portrait! You are a great photographer! Reply ↓ Great one………! Reply ↓ Amazing lighting = Amazing Image Reply ↓ her face…the toil, the anguish, the sadness… Reply ↓ This is a really compelling image, Joshi! Love the black and white and the great gaze and lighting! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Art & Design without Frontiers and commented: Image of the day by photographer Joshi Daniel Reply ↓ Superb! Reply ↓ got character! Reply ↓ Great portraits! Reply ↓ Oh wow!! This picture is heavy! I feel it in my heart Reply ↓ stunning portrait (y) Reply ↓ Excellent Reply ↓ Your pictures are truly captivating and transendent! Really really amazing! Reply ↓ thank you so much :) Reply ↓ like the hoping-for-some-good fortune look on her portrait… Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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