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Great sandip 2005-11-29 6:16

i agree with Brenden here...you could sketch some more stories from here though i like this photo much...

... but one thing i am thinking now after seeing this image is ... what was in your mind when u shoot this ?? did u sketched the story earlier or did u do after seeing the image again ?

now ehn u show half of his face i can not think this as a portrait but some other kind definitely...

what if you could have taken some more space in bwtween and some happening at the background which you could have given us a rough idea by showing that on a OOF background... we could have imagined a lot and that would have goes well with your story too...i just wonder what if...

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Old 11-29-2005, 08:49 PM
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Default To sandip: My grandchildren are coming today

Hi sandip
Thank you for your critic on my picture
The picture was appealing to me because the way he was standing
And there is nothing to it

In my head there are two themes I take in consideration abstract and people when taking pictures.
There is no favorite for me, both are as strong
The theme “old days” series is always in my head and will never end I think.
The older people are so beautiful and they are very much unrespected and unevaluated
The big joke is what they are going through most of us will do too.

The note I right is pure fiction and there is nothing personal in it
I hope I don’t offend any body but this is what I see here

Nothing more and nothing less

Thank you
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