Black and White Street Travel A shy boy from Senggarang Village January 10, 2017 Shy boy | Senggarang, Bintan, Indonesia A shy boy hides his face in Senggarang Village, Bintan island, Indonesia. Thankful to Wonderful Indonesia and the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism for a great opportunity to see Indonesia. Join me on Instagram! 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 #Indonesia#Monochrome#Photography#Street Photography#WonderfulIndonesia Post navigation ← Tribal woman from Wayanad Banana time! → 48 thoughts on “A shy boy from Senggarang Village” Wonderful photo! Very powerful ! Reply ↓ nice one.. looks pensive too Reply ↓ It looks as if he is weeping :-( Reply ↓ I totally agree, Amit–weeping he is! Reply ↓ Boys that age are allowed to be shy :-) Reply ↓ So sweet.. Love it :) Reply ↓ Amazing photo. Reply ↓ Such a vulnerable shot, Joshi. The pose of the head, body, arms and feet perching so precariously on the ledge like that… amazing timing, great perspective :) Reply ↓ O Bless, a very touching photo, I love his toes!! Reply ↓ Wonderful click Reply ↓ Great shot. Reply ↓ lovely lighting and composition Reply ↓ That is so sweet. :) Reply ↓ Joshi nice moment! Reply ↓ A sweet and refreshing contrast to the “look at me!” selfie, Joshi. Reply ↓ Wonderful composition. Reply ↓ shy…but makes a beautiful image ;) Reply ↓ Love this picture. Reply ↓ Really good shot ! Reply ↓ Yet another magnificent shot. Reply ↓ Aww what a sweet image! Reply ↓ Looks sorrowful. Reply ↓ powerful capture! Reply ↓ Is it weird to say that black and white picture has beautiful colors? Reply ↓ Great capture… :-) Reply ↓ Nice shot; such an emotional pic. Reply ↓ He looks so sad. A great capture! Reply ↓ Sad, but it really tells a story. Reply ↓ A glimpse of the mysterious world of children. Excellent composition Reply ↓ A dramatic, touching image, Joshi. Happy you had a terrific trip. Wishing you great adventures in 2017! Reply ↓ The perfect shot… The little boy shyly hiding his face sitting on the edge of the platform. I love the bokeh too :) Reply ↓ What a touching shot, thank you. <3 Warmed my heart. Blessings to you and to that little boy — Debbie Reply ↓ He looks like a strong very capable child. My guess: the moment after this picture was taken, he sprang back to life with a great smile. Reply ↓ Ha! Not likely–he’s weeping. See Amit’s comment above ;) Reply ↓ no–he is not crying! There is probably another photo from JD that proves me right! I insist he is a strong capable child not used to having his picture taken. Reply ↓ He looks so fragile. Lovely shot! Reply ↓ Beautiful photo Joshi. Did he hide from you when he saw your camera? Reply ↓ Joshi I love it Reply ↓ body language! a very genuine capture, Joshi!! Reply ↓ But why is he shy. What an capture. Reply ↓ I thought he was crying :( A powerful image, Joshi! Reply ↓ a beautiful capture! thank you for capturing this! Reply ↓ Story telling frame!! LOVE it! Reply ↓ This photo makes me feel sad… But it’s a perfect shot. ;) Reply ↓ Oh my .. what a wonderful shot Joshi .. 😃 Reply ↓ That’s a lovely bashful pic Reply ↓ What a precious photo. Sweet boy, seems sad as well as shy. Your photography touches my heart. Reply ↓ Nice pic 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.