Eyes that speak - II

Posted by Punit (Pune, India) on 10 October 2010 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

Eyes often speak what words cannot describe.

Eyes that speak - I was posted here.

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Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Sweet shot! I love this capture. They look so shy.

10 Oct 2010 6:05am

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

Des regards qui en disent long ! Je te souhaite un agréable dimanche
JP

10 Oct 2010 6:14am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Beautiful looks, and good b/w

10 Oct 2010 6:48am

S H E R I from Iran

how innocent they are ....

10 Oct 2010 8:28am

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

True that, very expressive eyes and I don't see them as innocent eyes. Nice shot.

10 Oct 2010 11:46am

@DowsherVision: Thanks for your comment DowsherVision. I too did not see them as innocent. I find them more curious yet cautious..

Mariana Maodush from Waterloo, Canada

yes, but your focus should be on their eyes .

10 Oct 2010 3:57pm

@Mariana Maodush: Thanks for your valuable feedback Mariana.

The problem was that on the street - things and events occur so fast that you tend to have some misses (esp amateur such as myself). However, that perhaps makes street documentary photography exciting!

Dina from Tehran, Iran

great eyes

10 Oct 2010 6:46pm

salva from burgos, Spain

Very special looks!

10 Oct 2010 8:35pm

Sunder from Chennai, India

Great shot!
Love their expressions...

11 Oct 2010 5:42am

Nitin from Shanghai, China

It's the look in those eyes, the most honest look and that tells the story. Nice photograph.

11 Oct 2010 7:00am

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Nicely spotted....Great.

11 Oct 2010 10:22am

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Very nice portrait and framing. Great capture of the moment with the look in their eyes.

11 Oct 2010 12:17pm

k@ from Paris, France

The light blur here adds emotion in their intense eyes.

11 Oct 2010 12:28pm

@k@: Thanks for your comment! I did think a lot if the light blur was good or not (I must say though the blur was not intentional). I personally thought absence of blur would have been better. I'm glad though you see the intensity through the blur that I was thinking of.

k@ from Paris, France

Sometimes, "accidents" bring an extra-meaning, here some shaken lil'move from both side (theirs/yours) might be read (at least i read it this way ;) Thks for your answer*

11 Oct 2010 1:55pm

Olivier from Manage, Belgium

terrific shot!

11 Oct 2010 5:35pm

NIKON D40
1/10 second
F/5.3
ISO 200
69 mm (35mm equiv.)

pune
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