This picture is excellent. Life seems hard for this couple. Are they farmers, Sishir? Are those water buffalo in the distance? Are they used to till the soil. Do they also provide milk? I know so little about life in the rural areas of India.
Your portraits get better with every post Sishir. Thank you once again.
This shot touches my heart. It doesn't get better than that.
I love your shots, Sishir.It looks like they're having a bit of a break. Is it hot out? I know next to nothing about India. I love seeing it through your eyes, though!
This image is timeless, Sishir, and could have been taken one hundred years ago, or yesterday. I am glad that you have posted it in monochrome for that is how I feel it has the most impact.May I wish you and your family health and happiness for the year 2010, Sishir. I like your images and will add you to my sidebar.Thank you.
@ Shiju Sugunan thank you.@ RNSANE, thanks a lot. They are basically farmers but their major source of living is by selling milks of the water buffalo's. Hope I'll be able to show you little things of my country through my pics,thanks again :)!@ ADRIAN thank! Its really encouraging.@ tricia thanks dear.@ Picture Imperfect thanks a lot, it is indeed very hot here & I think they were relaxing until I jumped into the scene, can you see how they are looking at me.... as if I'm an alien!! @ Julie, thank you so much for such a beautiful comment. Wish all of you a very very Happy & Prosperous New Year!!
Love your images... you capture something in these shots.
Feliz 2010. Un abrazo.
Wow, you really captured the mood in this photo I can tell they are just taking a little break in the heat. Love the water buffalo in the picture too. Nice shot! Oh and thanks so much, for stopping by and leaving a comment on my photos last week.
Great shots, you really capture the moment!
Amazing photos on your blog.Sydney - City and Suburbs
what a great and impressional image!
@ welcome to my blog Birdman,cruz,Debra,AngelaCorrias & J Bar, I'm glad you like the pic and thanks a lot for your comments!@ Thanks a lot ARIPI DE FLUTURE & kyungmee for dropping by leaving such lovely words.
An incredibly well-done photo, nice compositiona nd subject!
very indigenous indeed! the b&w gives it a very classic look
Hi Shishir ! My first visit to your blog and trust me your blog is simply awesome !! Photos are really fantastic !! Great post !!And of course i will follow you to see more..
Great photo!I hope you don't stop.