Arts and Culture Black and White Street Travel By the river at Maha Kumbh Mela August 8, 2015 A pilgrim sitting by the river side at the Maha Kumbh Mela | Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India Read more: Maha Kumbh Mela 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 #Allahabad#India#Kumbh Mela#Uttar Pradesh Post navigation ← Soar Grim → 66 thoughts on “By the river at Maha Kumbh Mela” Very good pic there. I see you do not have a Like button, but be sure I always look forward to your postings. Reply ↓ Beautiful. It captures the solitary moment so perfectly, with his back to the camera. Reply ↓ beautiful picture !! Reply ↓ Enigmatic, and excellent! Reply ↓ Nice capture :) Reply ↓ Well taken . Reply ↓ Very atmospheric :) Reply ↓ interesting. do keep a watch out for my travel experiences in a land far way. Reply ↓ I love the low contrast, greyish tones to the image. Poignant when you think that religion or its interpretation thereof is neither black or white, but shades of grey. Reply ↓ Nice composition. Reply ↓ A beautiful photo .. Thank you for sharing Reply ↓ Gorgeous light Joshi! Superb! Reply ↓ Just lovely, poignant and full of emotion..I love the light and his tuft of hair. Reply ↓ You really got this moment. Enlightening. Reply ↓ Just loved this shot. Brilliant! Reply ↓ Excellent shot, Joshi. Love how you framed it and made the slightest bit of light drift over his head and clothes. I’m sure he is pondering something and the back shot compliments this – can’t see his face, can’t see his thoughts :) Reply ↓ Superb and evocative Reply ↓ Nice pic Reply ↓ Great lighting and makes me wonder what he is going to do next. Reply ↓ cool Reply ↓ Great shot as always. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Crazy Pasta Child. Reply ↓ visually interesting & mysterious :-) Reply ↓ Fantastic light, Joshi. Reply ↓ Nice capture… Reply ↓ Love the composition and the shadows… Reply ↓ Wonderful! :-) Reply ↓ Superb capture. Reply ↓ Lovely shot. Black and white at its best! Reply ↓ Beautiful light and perspective. Reply ↓ bel effet et marrant ces peu de cheveux Reply ↓ So intriguing Joshi. What might he be thinking? Reply ↓ Beautiful photography … Also my son has the same name as you… Joshy Daniel… Awesomr Reply ↓ very nice Reply ↓ Wonderful light in this shot. Reply ↓ Wonderful click! …. :-) Reply ↓ Wonderful pictures & blog. Thanks for sharing your impressions :) Reply ↓ Will this water revive my life, my soul? He wonders! Reply ↓ Beautiful shot ! Reply ↓ Great capture Reply ↓ Thanks for liking my blogpost! Follow/Come back soon! I am HONORED the likes of YOU with your photography would like mine! Also, I look forward to visiting India one day! Light and Love, Shona Reply ↓ wow what a capture :) Reply ↓ Love this. Reply ↓ Faith matters! Reply ↓ Ein wunderbares, stimmungsvolles Foto voller Atmosphäre. Gefälllt mir! Reply ↓ Serene and beautiful Reply ↓ Natural pic reflecting the spirit of Maha Kumbh mela. Great post! Reply ↓ Nice pic. Reply ↓ There are times when you see something and you transcend through time and space…this picture is that ‘thing’ Reply ↓ Riveting Reply ↓ A beautiful and powerful image Reply ↓ This click has captured more than the image ! Reply ↓ One amazing shot with essence of solitude !! Reply ↓ Wonderful and touching, Joshi. Reply ↓ You make my brain think when i study your photography ~ Thank You! Reply ↓ very evocative :) Reply ↓ Divine moment,nice contemplative mood for our peace of mind!Great share,dear Joshi! Reply ↓ very contemplative, you nailed it! Reply ↓ Great perspective, not only shooting from behind but having the light source of the sun ahead…well done Joshi. Reply ↓ Beautiful shot! I love it!!! Cheers to you, Autumn Jade Reply ↓ Great feeling found in this image! Reply ↓ Prayer is universal. Reply ↓ Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply ↓ thank you :) Reply ↓ Well done – makes me think of the book Siddhartha by Herman Hesse and the mental imagery I’ve associated with it in the closing pages. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ 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.