A boatman waiting for passengers on the banks of river Ganges.
Varanasi, India | 2013
Gorgeous photo – his back turned to the unknown, it captures imagination.
what an apt title …
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Uday you don’t post that often on wp but it’s always worth the wait! This is a really brilliant photo!
What a great shot! Amazing! I love it!
Such lovely color here Uday-it helps to convey the serene mood of the image-I like the new look (at least to me) of your blog too!
This is excellent…love the tone and composition
Again, you’ve done amazing things, Uday!
Excellent! You’ve captured the feeling of waiting. Well done, Uday!
Wonderful framing, and I love how you can see the texture of wood on the boat. The background is lovely, with those tiny people, buildings and some boats. Great atmosphere in this photo. And the waiting is expressed so well.
Stunning Uday, the colours are beautiful!!!
one of my favorite quotes! (title) this photo makes me feel at home! a great one Uday
Quite introspective. Excellent shot. :-)
Strolling down my reader and once again YOUR post made me stop to have a closer look. Fantastic!
The quote reminds me of your photography Uday. One can always count on good things even if we do have to wait!
Such a beautiful shot!
You always amaze! Beautiful!
great capture…aah benaras…
A gorgeous image, so serene and peaceful. I love that blue tint in the photo. It’s very nicely processed.
What an amazing capture, Uday :) You’ve created a mysterious atmosphere!
Oh wow, I’ve fallen in love with this photo ! How so very beautiful… The ambiance and the light are wonderful. This photo is simply perfect :)
And the title you chose is so true.
Have a beautiful weekend Uday ! :)
Like the way the subject is sharply focused in the foreground and the background fades away; the mighty Ganges adds it’s depth of dimension. I think here in a metaphorical sense of crossing rivers, River Stix…
Oooh! Such a beautiful composition Uday!!
Brilliant capture :) that goes well with the title. Composition and colour tone is spot on!!
All your photographs are wonderful, you have an exquisite way to capture unique moments of street life.
Uday …. Brilliant shot … Learning a lot from your shots
An usual composition, brilliantly executed. So much skill and heart Uday. Absolutely wonderful!
Incredible… The mood created with him and the background so impressive and impressionable.
Wonderful photo and composition – I love the cool tone to the image. Btw, i’m voting for you on Otto’s In Flow blog – you deserve it.http://munchow.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/best-photo-blogs-round-13/
Beautifully composed photo.
Varanasi is one place that I desperately want to visit,,, The image speaks a lot about the ultimate journey to paradise and that person is awaiting for his moments before it begins….the blues are just cool!!!
This has a beautiful dream like quality to it due to the colours, soft focus and the fact that you can’t actually see his face. Lovely!
i can’t say whats more beautiful, the title or the photo! Nice work Uday.
the background is almost surreal, vanishing into the haze… beautiful image!!
A very nice picture with a great atmosphere.
Like the others have said, this is an amazing shot, Uday. It comes across as very pensive and peaceful at the same time. Light in the left side, and more of darkness the the right. The man of the boat certainly looks thoughtful, as if pondering about what lies ahead for him – could go his way, or it might not. But in line with your caption, he is probably wondering who will come on his boat next and what the few hours with them will be like :)
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