Friday, August 21, 2009

Contemplating in Jaipur

Taken outside a remote temple on a steep hill


I accidentally changed the setting on my camera with surprising pleasing results…now I have to figure out the settings!

His eyes almost saying- nothing can faze me….
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12 comments:

Jacob said...

This is an excellent portrait - in all of its incarnations! What a great face and wonderful eyes!

Thanks so much for coming by Ocala Daily Photo. Much appreciated!

Faye Pekas said...

I think the expression "a wizend old man" fits perfectly here. I can only imagine the things he has seen and the lessons learned.

Tarun Mitra said...

You are correct, his eyes, yes...

Contemplative, but what, he is seeing you and wondering. "Why this woman is interested in old man such as me, nobody cares for me, then why. Is she gone mad? pity? God bless her"

Just a wild guess. But this is a fantastic portrait. On the uncle who has just visited has remarked that he looks like "Loknath baba" a revered deity in eastern India.

Very Good

Anya said...

Its a good looking boy ....... LOL
Great shot :)))

the Lost Earring said...

Amazing shot. Don't you just love those fortunate accidents with effects :)

flyingstars said...

lovely poignant shots....simply love the expressions & the composition of the shots!

Mridula said...

I am guessing that you have taken this shot from quite a distance or else the expression might have changed.

Jeevan said...

Nice portrait!

काजल कुमार Kajal Kumar said...

Eyes say a lot ---

JM said...

Fantastic portrait! Love it!

Sujata said...

Jacob welcome to my Blog. You take very interesting pictures too. Do visit again.


Faye Pekas I agree, I did not get a chance to talk to him…wonder what all he has seen ….
Also, welcome to my Blog, visit again


Tarun Mitra –thanks, well no pity from my side, I was really interested in him. But he was not very approachable!
"Loknath baba" – Hummmm…cool!



Anya ;-)


the Lost Earring thanks! Yes, I really do.


flyingstars thanks!


Mridula Actually just a few feet away! I asked permission and ne nodded his consent, without any chance in expression!

Jeevan –thanks!


Kajal Kumar – I agree-eyes say it all.


JM – thanks! You take some very interesting shots too!

Babli said...

Excellent portrait. I liked it.