Saturday, May 23, 2009

Remembering Childhood

35 comments:

Devika said...

Nice photo, Deepak
what thoughtfulness in his eyes...children are just amazing..some look so pensive..

and i'm am reminded of the six year old girl who tells me --"when i was small....!!" :)

is he from your family?? just curious :)

wishes,
devika

S-Hell said...

excellent shot!

humanobserver said...

Devika thanks a lot for your response :). Yes, he is my nephew.

ARIPI DE FLUTURE said...

beautiful

Plamena Markova said...
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Plamena Markova said...

good photo, with a story...

Rajesh said...

I remember my childhood by looking at this photo. Even I was used to stand in the window and watch the kids playing outside in the hot Sun.

Kadri Luik said...

Makes me wonder what he was thinking... =)

Jama said...

he's an handsome little fella!

tantra flower said...

Deepak, it is so nice that you have posted. Your nephew is handsome child.

I remember looking out my window when I was five and watching the neighborhood children walking home from school and wishing I were old enough to be walking with them. It feels like yesterday.

Peace to you, my friend. I appreciate your visit. Namaste

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear friend!
Your nephew is adorable! Outstanding picture and I loved it in B & W!
Have a nice week!
Léia

magiceye said...

VERY THOUGHTFUL EXPRESSION WELL CAPTURED..

Devika said...

Okay, Deepak...i missed your response earlier

anyway, he is set on his course, for sure...to be an artist, i meant :)

wishes,
devika

sujata said...

Great Shot!!

Everymatter said...

really touching heart

Inspiration said...

Nice.

Tinsie said...

Nicely captured.

Indrani said...

Reminds me of my childhood. :)

Jeevan said...

I love looking through window and I see life is outside the windows. Lovely shot Deepak :)

Joy said...

Such an adorable looking boy! Picture of innocence.

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JM said...

Great portrait! Love it in b&w!

Wahokia said...

Wonderful, wonderful image. Deepak. Good to see you posting again. Any other images of your nephew?

Tash said...

Excellent portrait - not easy to do so well. Your nephew is adorable.

Per Stromsjo said...

I remember those long days, always waiting for something. Time is an unknown quantity to a child.

Cathy said...

That is a lovely portrait! Love the b&w. Absolutely beautiful. Captured the innocence of childhood perfectly.

Aviral said...

lovely pic...black and white always works...

Per Stromsjo said...

...and Tash is right. Portraits are difficult.

glasgowdailyphoto said...

Welcome back- you've returned with a really stunning portrait!

fatoori said...

very nice pic yaar..initially i thot he was looking outside d window of a train..realised much later that it cud be a house window..i thnk d shot is nicely composed and d b/w effect has lent it an appeal..is your nephew posing for ur camera or its a natural moment?

BeachILike said...

Is he waiting for someone? Look lonely he does.

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get zapped said...

Yes, we do look back and I think it's hard to really see as we did as a child...that's why we have children around us. Peace.

Priyanka Khot said...

very cute!

Jules said...

Superb use of diagonal lines and great composition overall. Love the transition from shadow to light as well. You are a great photographer, Deepak.

Dungha said...

excellent!

b.c. said...

that's such a lovely photo, children are the best, i love watching them

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