Friday, July 31, 2015

Images of India - 123

A glimpse of India in black and white. This picture is taken while vegetable vendor on his cart selling vegetables to interested customers.



Another image at the same place in color.



20 comments:

Dragonstar said...

Fine photos. I like them both very much.

Photo Cache said...

Someday I wish there are hawkers here where I live so I don't need to drive to get my fresh produce.

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Saru Singhal said...

Colorful looks better. I love the color of fruits and vegetables, may be that's why.

Somali K Chakrabarti said...

Adding colours to food makes it look better. :-)

rupam sarma said...

Nice clicks

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I definitely prefer the color one! Fresh produce looks so good (good enough to eat ;)))!). Also I remember when there was only black and white film and nobody would have thought to take a picture of the vegetable man!

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful post!

Lina Gustina said...

Wonderful perspectives. Your angle make them more impressive.
Both are interesting shots.

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carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful photos providing images of your world ~

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

krishna said...

sabjimandi!!!! feeling nostalgic..

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Color puts the focus on the veggies, while the B&W lets us think about the people and speculate what's going on. I like both photos. For storytelling, the B&W by far.
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Jeevan said...

Nice comparison! But i like more the colorful image on vegetables!

Christian Weiß said...

An interesting photo.

magiceye said...

Both are uniquely lovely!

Yogi Saraswat said...

Both are different in color but same in greatness and unique !!

purba chakraborty said...

Very well captured

Easwar Arumugam said...

They are the people who make India alive.
Nice picture

magiceye said...

Nice overview!

manali - himachal pradesh said...

Fresh vegetables of daily needs and its shows real colours of India.

Abhi said...

The angle of take is very interesting.