what a dreamy image. it reminds me of a part of dhaka with all the trees.
A dreamy image indeed, stunning as always!Have a great day!Sylvia
What a compelling photograph. You pull us right into the image.
Life is speeding by... she seems so helpless.Great shot.
Within light darkness present.
Whatever..life must go on anyway.That's what they say.Nice image..
Very true image. This is the actual scene all the big cities of World.Bhojeshwar Temple, Bhojpur
I think I prefer the colored version,I like the warmth of the tones.
There is not much traffic, at least - I've seen Mumbai with so much more - but this poor soul seems so alone with everyone passing her by. It is an excellent photo, Deepak. I love the night shot!
This was so well balanced photo in every way. The lights and the movement and the people in that orange light. There was a message too! Excellent.
Life goes on.I love this picture so much, probably because it brought back not-so-distant memories of Mumbai, a city I really learned to love in a very short span of time that I was there.Great shot! And thanks for sharing :)
great snap! i have a thing for these orangish night snaps!
belle photo de nuit, tout en mouvement.beautiful night shots while moving.
Yes, this scene could be just about anywhere...painful and seemingly unsolvable...sad.
Beautiful photo and so true!
Looks so orange ...... LOLBut its Unique those colorsGreat shot !!:-)
I loved the orange and light colours in this shot, perfect!Léia
There is a warmth to this photo, I love the glow of the street lights. We have our homeless in the city too. As you say a slice of contradictions.
The image of the auto and the car flashing past while the person on the curb sits still and static is fantastically symbolic of the text of your story. Brilliant!
Very, very beautiful shot: the light embraces the injustices but can not eliminate ...
A strong photo.
This wonderful image very well describes the contradiction between glittering lights and deep loneliness.
a beautiful shot, and sad to see so much poverty amongst the wealth of mumbai. but it is (unfortunately) a symptom of big cities worldwide, not just india.
Great pic to go with yr commentary!
Glittery - but oh so sad.