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The Street Side View

Posted by
Punit (Pune, India) on 1 May 2011 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

NIKON D40 1/80 second F/5.6 ISO 200 180 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Jyoti from Mumbai, India

:) ...good one

1 May 2011 7:31am

Joyce Johnson from Emigrant, United States

This is powerful candid capture. Especially to a westerner. The dress of India women has not changed in thousands of years, yes? and so this photograph has that timeless element. But she peeks out from the "cycles " of time and feels the burden of life, perhaps modern age speeding by so fast she is as worried as the rest of us. She peeks out as though from behind a curtain, still. The B & W treatment is a perfect tool to focus on her valid and arresting expression. This photo is very poignant and well seen. Others viewers will see other insights I'm sure. Great capture. 5 stars.

1 May 2011 3:06pm

[email protected] from Paris, France

Like a Goddess in such an unexpected place. Very strong impact.

1 May 2011 6:24pm

Krunal from Mumbai, India


1 May 2011 6:56pm

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Lovely shot !!!!!!

1 May 2011 7:43pm

Tomix from landerneau, France

fantastic portrait! i like her expression!

1 May 2011 8:59pm

Pascale. from La Bonneville sur Iton, France

superb and unusual portrait of this woman between the bicycles, and the pose of her arms gives a strong impact.

2 May 2011 7:07pm

Nitin from Shanghai, China

Wow! I've been so busy and caught up with work that I've missed such wonderful pics of urs! Incredible picture again - such justice to the woman there. Irony and sympathy.

9 May 2011 3:23pm

1/80 second
ISO 200
180 mm (35mm equiv.)