Arts and Culture Photography The bride awaits July 21, 2015 A bride’s mehndi painted hands | Bangalore, Karnataka, 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 #Bangalore#Hands#India#Karnataka#Mehndi#Wedding Post navigation ← Paniya tribe woman from Wayanad Hidden → 140 thoughts on “The bride awaits” Comment navigation Newer Comments → beautiful… love the colors and the body language you have captured.. Reply ↓ Excellent! Reply ↓ Really nice Reply ↓ Very lovely! Just a glimpse of a bride. Very telling. Reply ↓ Beautiful colour and detail against the bokeh background. Excellent! Reply ↓ Hey, Looks like you are in Bangalore. So am I. Can I click along with you someday, and perhaps learn a few things? Reply ↓ The repeat of the patterns, hands, robe, jewelry. All different yet all the same. The colours are marvellous. Excellent moment and feeling. Reply ↓ Fantastic details, Joshi. :) Reply ↓ Beautiful colors :) Reply ↓ She is beautiful and her tension speaks very clearly. Wonderful Joshi! Reply ↓ Wow that’s stunning. Reply ↓ So beautiful! Loved it :) Reply ↓ The colours, the shades, the henna paintings… missing only the perfumes which aren’t available thru the web! :-) beautiful Reply ↓ Charming :) Reply ↓ Exquisite! ! Reply ↓ Whoa! Superb! Reply ↓ lovely indeed :) http://www.trulyyoursroma.blogspot.in Reply ↓ What beautiful colors and details. Reply ↓ Lovely image, Joshi. Reply ↓ nice… you are on baggout list congrats too Reply ↓ This is one of my favourite photos. You continue to make outstanding images joshi. Reply ↓ j’aime beaucoup cette mise au point et le cadrage avec ce bokeh où on dirait comme des diamants… Reply ↓ smashing photo Joshi! Reply ↓ Loved those colours! Reply ↓ Another stunning shot, Joshi. This time full of colour as well. Beautiful and your image literally sparkles. I’m sure it was a beautiful ceremony as well :) Reply ↓ Wonderful shot, leaving so much to the imagination works for me. Reply ↓ stunning image!! Reply ↓ Really beautiful ! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on desertpost313. Reply ↓ I could almost feel the work on her sari and smell the henna on her hands👍 Reply ↓ Truly Awesome click Reply ↓ You are simply superb. Reply ↓ Beautiful!! Reply ↓ Lovely pic….very unusual colors captured Reply ↓ So much detail here. Reply ↓ Beautiful details, yet one perceives the awaiting in this hand.. Reply ↓ WOW stunning :) Reply ↓ WOW, love this shot Joshi. Beautiful! Reply ↓ love the shot… especially the colours… :-) Reply ↓ No face? Details of color of dress and mehendi is great. Reply ↓ Gorgeous. Reply ↓ Beautiful Reply ↓ Stunning and creative Reply ↓ It never ceases to amaze me how much effort goes into weddings like this. Great, colourful shot – hope the bride liked it too. Reply ↓ Beautiful and artistic. Reply ↓ Gorgeous… Reply ↓ Really like this intersection of abstract and—what to call it?—realistic. Beautiful photograph. Reply ↓ Lovely! Reply ↓ Beautiful! Reply ↓ Amazing! :) Reply ↓ Simply GORGEOUS! ;) Reply ↓ Amazing! I think one of your finest- you captured her emotions so well, strong yet shivering :) Reply ↓ A beautiful moment captured! The colors are bringing rejoicing feeling :) Ps : I commented earlier also.. but it didn’t show up :/ Reply ↓ Oh how gorgeous! You can tell she’s on tenterhooks :) Reply ↓ I just love this Joshi. The henna looks as ornate as her spectacular attire. Wonderful .. Reply ↓ Beautiful colors…gorgeous shot! Reply ↓ So pretty!!! Reply ↓ The hands are a beautiful focal point, pretty background bokeh. Reply ↓ very poignant pose and title Reply ↓ Oh! Gorgeous. Reply ↓ Beautiful colors Reply ↓ So much detail on her hands …😊 Reply ↓ Love the focused mehndi art and out-of-focus as well. Lovely repetition of swirls and sparkles. Reply ↓ The colours, the bling and the bokeh — they show how festive Indian weddings are. Amazing work there, Joshi. Reply ↓ Wow – so beautiful! Reply ↓ Beautiful colors Reply ↓ Beautiful Reply ↓ Beautiful Love it Reply ↓ I saw this one on FB yesterday, a true masterpiece! Reply ↓ Just love it!! You got a great shot there! Reply ↓ Just stunning! I love your photography! Reply ↓ Awesome capture Reply ↓ Superb Click….. Excellent… I can actually sense the anxiety in the girl…!!!!!! Reply ↓ What a work to paint the fingers ! Beautiful ! Reply ↓ Amazing, such good detail. Reply ↓ Your colour picture looks colourful indeed, but then yet retails your signature, enjoyed both the images! Reply ↓ Superb Mehendi and the bridal makeup! Best of luck to the bride. Reply ↓ That’s gorgeous! Have a nice evening! Natallia Jolliet Reply ↓ wow, love the pic. Reply ↓ So intricate the artwork and great blur around the edges Reply ↓ Mehndi is an example of creativity at it’s spellbinding best as you pic rightly demostrates. An Indian art that is imposing in it’s beauty… Reply ↓ C’est magnifique! Bon week-end! Photographe Gil Zetbase Reply ↓ stunning Reply ↓ Great details :) Reply ↓ Magnifique… Reply ↓ Tes photos me laisse sans voix…superbe Reply ↓ Beautifully captured Reply ↓ Absolutely love this shot! Reply ↓ This is beautiful! Reply ↓ Fabulous, Joshi! What an occasion it must be :) Reply ↓ lovely detail! Reply ↓ simplicity captured aesthetically.. :) Reply ↓ The bride’s hand blend with the fabric–love this. Reply ↓ Such exquisite detail in this shot ~ fascinating work Joshi. Reply ↓ Such an amazing capture…. Reply ↓ This is such a great photo <3!! Reply ↓ Beautiful colors and shoot! Reply ↓ Wow! Really beautiful. :-) Reply ↓ What a wonderful shot, you’ve captured the sumptuousness beautifully. Reply ↓ Such beautiful intricate detail~ 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.