Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Street Travel Ashes to ashes July 6, 2015 Smoking Naga Sadhu | Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India Read more: Sadhu 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 #India#Sadhu#Smoking#Uttar Pradesh#Varanasi Post navigation ← An old scrap dealer from Bangalore Boundless → 74 thoughts on “Ashes to ashes” Great Picture !! Reply ↓ Yikes that’s a lot of smoke! Great pic. Reply ↓ Wow. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on rennydiokno.com. Reply ↓ Stunning Reply ↓ Beautiful photo of Naga sadhu. Reply ↓ Fabulous! I wonder how you do such an awesome job every single time. Reply ↓ Nice portrait. Black and White always makes smoke stand out. Reply ↓ The Title is as good as the pic itself…good one bro Reply ↓ Lovely click Reply ↓ awesome Reply ↓ Love your pictures from India! Great work! Reply ↓ A very nice portrait ! Reply ↓ Interesting perspective – not often a portrait is from above looking down. Cool. Reply ↓ Gorgeous picture! Have a great day! Natallia Jolliet Reply ↓ All your recent Aghori photos are beautiful, spell-binding really. Reply ↓ Joshi there is always something so special about your images .. Another classic 😊 Reply ↓ Yet another brilliant shot from you, Joshi. Just love the detail on the man’s head, and how you manage to make the smoke stand out as well. Great photography :) Reply ↓ Amazing pic, again! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Ancien Hippie. Reply ↓ Mind blowing! Reply ↓ nice click Reply ↓ Reblogged this on themonkseal. Reply ↓ I lived in Banaras for a brief period of time, and I always found the Naga sadhus and their ash-clad bodies to be captivating. Reply ↓ He is in its vaporous thoughts !!! great shot Reply ↓ Fine light, compositional flow, contemplative mood Reply ↓ Very moving and lovley photograph Reply ↓ Very nice! Reply ↓ The smoke really makes this shot ~ works so well with the B&W, well done Joshi. Reply ↓ Black and white is perfect for this portrait, and the light is amazing. Reply ↓ Amazing Joshi and I love the angle you chose. Reply ↓ Excellent. Reply ↓ Impressive lighting, Joshi! Reply ↓ Great black and white! Reply ↓ Very intense. Love the title. Reply ↓ A very interesting shot. Was it a planned one or spontaneous, I wonder… Very vivid details! Reply ↓ Impressive in so many ways: content, viewpoint, processing. Well seen and shot. Reply ↓ nice ;) Reply ↓ Amazing capture! :) Reply ↓ Cool Reply ↓ great Reply ↓ Love this Reply ↓ Great work, Daniel! Reply ↓ +1 to Dalo’s comment. Reply ↓ Beautiful photo and great work, Daniel……… Reply ↓ Beautiful photo of Naga sadhu Reply ↓ Loved this shot!!…. :-) Reply ↓ Amazing shot. :) Reply ↓ Great job capturing the smoke! Reply ↓ That smoke looks almost like a miniature pyrocluster. Reply ↓ The smoke creates a mythical feeling. Reply ↓ Fantastic! Reply ↓ Only with the shades of B&W a story is created. Awesome! Reply ↓ Only with shades if B&W a story is created. Awesome! Reply ↓ Terrific Capture. Reply ↓ Mysterious ambiance. Reply ↓ Superb..!! Reply ↓ Damn !! again one more killer shot. Your photographs is like experiencing the beauty of life. Keep rocking ! Reply ↓ Lovely shot! Reply ↓ Smoke and Mirrors – Sab Maya Hai Reply ↓ Great image! Looks beautiful in black and white. Reply ↓ Another superb shot. Reply ↓ Amazing. Reply ↓ Fantastic..!! Reply ↓ “Ashes to ashes”! Good one. Reply ↓ Nice title. :D Reply ↓ Brilliant! Love your work. Reply ↓ Great contrast between smoke and ashes. Reply ↓ IncredIble Reply ↓ Hi, Your photography is cool! Innovative. I enjoyed the colors on pedalling away, but I wanted to say hi on a more recent post. I like photography too. i’ve blogged about it several times. I met you on Garry Rackley’s site. He nominate both of us for Liebster Award. Nice to meet you. Janice Reply ↓ wow…this is amazing…. how on earth did you capture this with such precision? I really want to learn to become a great photographer, so thank you for your efforts. KK. Reply ↓ Your photos are stunning. I love the drama and intensity- really makes me want to visit and highly encouraging for a young photographer. -Jacob Reply ↓ I looked at it and I realised its from my city! Its terrific. You can check out my post on my experience with varanasi Reply ↓ thank you :) Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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