Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Another Day At Office, For This Young Lad!



Anonymous Navin Harish said...

Nice shot. I feel this little guy should have been in the schoolwos

4:53 AM, February 14, 2007  
Anonymous Nicolas said...

nice b&w :)

10:00 AM, February 14, 2007  
Anonymous Ashish Sidapara said...

Lovely tones, superb shot!

11:00 AM, February 14, 2007  
Blogger Sriram said...

Thanks Folks!

9:03 PM, February 14, 2007  
Blogger Ash said...

Nicely done!

2:32 AM, February 15, 2007  
Blogger Sriram said...

Thanks Ash!

3:09 AM, February 15, 2007  
Anonymous Diane - Daily Walks said...

Very nice B/W (with hint of blue tones?). I like the reflection in the mud and all the activity including the white egrets which are so abundant. You captured a busy photo and created a lovely composition.

7:42 AM, February 15, 2007  
Blogger Sigma said...

Great pic! It is amazing in B&W. Perhaps colors could not have captured it so nicely ....

10:58 PM, February 15, 2007  
Blogger Sriram said...


8:52 AM, February 16, 2007  
Blogger Aditya Bhelke said...

Hey nice pic. Your other blog is good too. Thanks for passing by on 365..

4:46 AM, February 18, 2007  
Blogger Sriram said...

Thanks Aditya!

9:31 AM, February 18, 2007  
Anonymous Regis said...

Nice B&W shot !

12:58 PM, February 25, 2007  
Blogger Sriram said...

Thank You!

7:38 AM, February 26, 2007  
Anonymous Maarten said...

Interesting composition. There is a lot to see (the animals, the people, the reflection), without the image being to crowded or messy. Great job!

10:40 AM, March 06, 2007  
Anonymous anand balaji said...

These are the kind of photographs that win prizes at photo compteitions around the globe. Have you considered sending this as an entry to any competition?

I mean, look at it: It's a slice of rural India in Black&White, symbolising truth. The father, mother in the distance and the son toil under the midday heat without any complaint. It is a way of life for them.

And yet, with the beauty around, courtesy the lovely birds and lush green fields, there is a sense of poignancy. The little boy, with innocence etched on his face, would have been better off exercising his mind in a classroom!
Excellent work!

5:04 PM, March 22, 2007  

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