Always love your monochromes!! Superb!
belle composition en b&w
a bit too exposed on upper part but I think that is adding the value:)Bhupesh
Underdressed,with a torn shirtand oversize halfpants,hair bleached courtesyeffluents in the stolen water,he travelswithout ticketon the Central Railway,dodging folksat VT,escaping on the side,a Pssst way of "living"as a homelessglue sniffingwandering child.Spies the big building,slips down from the branchesand he postureslike some of the statueshe has seenin the big city.Someone has clicked him.His day is made. Waise,there isn't any color in his life,anyway .....
It's so disconcerting, a picture like this! This is Mumbai! What a wonderfully inappropriate statue!I've never been to India (I've hardly been out of England and Scotland!) but I think of it as a place full of colour. It would be fascinating to know how you feel about black and white photography - how it changes your emotional response to what you see. (Or is that inexpressible?)Lucy
It is really amazing that you go to all these places to click pictures.Keep it up !
excellent b&w. he seems to have broken his arm which turns this fine image into a story.
I really like these! In the top shot, the guy obviously has no clothes; but in the bottom shot it looks like that guy has no head! :-)
nice take :)
love the perspective.
Your series of shots from the Ballard Estate look wonderful. I really have enjoyed seeing the stunning buildings on show over the past few weeks!
What are the chances that sculpture could come to life and jump down to the street? And what would happen to the people who saw such a thing? Yikes!