What an interesting capture! Thanks for the additional info!
I really appreciate this type of shot. Thank you for helping us see, Deepak.
I love this kind of pics... a real glimpse into the life of people around us - often invisible to us.And loved 'Landing' on the sidebar, couldn't comment there, it required a login :(
Nicely composed photo. Great job.
nicely taken..d sight of food made me hungry now ;)
Sounds delicious !!!!!! :)
Most interesting, as always.
I wonder what he's cooking.
He doesn't look so happy. Probably worried about setting that thatched wall on fire or something. But he makes a great subject! Nicely done!
Another fascinating photo! But what is a "toddy tapper"?
This is one of my favourites from your library...Just got back from India and still blue..:(
Thanks for the link ME! When I read the word, "toddy," I thought immediately of an alcoholic beverage, but had no clue it was made from coconuts. Very interesting. I'll bet it tastes pretty good, too!
The food must have tasted heavenly! I can almost taste it. Food cooked in open kitchens generally tastes 100 times better than regular food :D
And I bet you that he is making the best dish!RE - the comment you made on my blog - yes, I have checked out your link, thoroughly sickening - unfortunately, that is reality.
What will they when it rains? Anyway, nice picture. :)
I am just amazed by the fire in the frame. Most apt for the photo caption. My novice eyese imagine this in black n white with just the fire in color and zoomed.Brilliant.
Great capture! Love this shot.
a intresting catch... good job
Thank you Jovita