New Delhi, India | 2012
oh so nice…and the jamuns look too tempting…
Just beautiful! :)
I get the feeling that your compositions are carefully composed Uday,…. guessing that the facelessness adds to the impersonal life on the streets? There’s a grittiness about the scene, it looks like a tough place to make a living. The set of scales, a metaphorical statement. I’m curious to know what he’s selling? The scene draws the viewer… documentary, rather than just another street scene.
I like Nature’s comment above Uday. The photo is very striking and obviously well thought out. Very powerful.
This is a wonderful image Uday-I think one of your best-what I like about not seeing the face is that it suggests this could be any one of us taking a break from the world the best way we can-I also agree with Tina and Nature-your photography shows a great deal of thought to your composition and statement. Well done my friend!
Amazing Uday :) The stone textured background and the autenticity of India all over the place is beautifully captured! The way that you make the viewers think about what the man’s feelings are wonderful. Awesome as always !!!
Great photo, Uday!
hot day, the vendor finds what little shadow there is behind the basket for his face
amazing photo Uday
Wonderful Photo, simply stunning. The fact that the subjects face is hidden leaves the reader wanting to know more. We begin to engage and focus more due to the ambiguity. Great edit too!
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I love photos that tells a story and you are so good at this kind of photography ! A great photo Uday !
Great shot. I’ve often wanted to do that on a hot day in my fine art booth.
very nice heading chosen Uday….its simple yet true life in India for so many…
Uday, your photos stun me, but I am sorry it is not possible to zoom in on them, cause I would very much like to see them enlarged….
What a telling story. The gritty and grainy expression enhances the sadness the picture tells. Despite showing some of the grimness of world, you still approach your subject with respect. Which only makes the photo even stronger.
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