As we were cycling around Angkor, this group of children came running at us.
"Where are you from Mister?" one kid asked.
"India", I replied.
"Capital - New Delhi" was his pronto answer.
I was quite taken aback. Then I noticed the mischievous grin in the face of one of the boys. He had a key as a locket around his neck. The girl had a sad looking face. I wish I knew why.
I took their picture & showed them in the camera. The thrill in their eyes was a magical moment. The glint in their eyes were amazing
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jhm (138372) 2006-02-08 12:10
What a eyes certainly the small girl at righthand, the boy to left, this is a small scamp, three lovely childrun. Splendid of colours and composition.
You did again beautiful job!
leo61 (0) 2006-02-08 13:29
Thats a verry lovely foto of these kids,verry sharp and colorful.
The girl looks like never seen a camera before and the boys seemsto be used to it.
I like your POV,good composition.
A new favourite,thank you.
nwoehnl (122) 2006-02-08 14:50
Hello Angshu. I like this one a lot, the curious looks of the charming youngsters are nicely shown, and the simplicity of the surroundings makes your three subjects stand out even better. Nice storytelling in your note, too.
pastadog (13111) 2006-02-10 3:45
Hi Angshu - congratulations for this one, I can't decide which of the 3 kids is more charming! The orange t-shirt certainly makes it colorful. Best of course -> the look in their eyes. Cheers!
postvikram (1199) 2006-02-10 8:43
I got to see your pics after seeing your review at Dan's Stairs. :)
This is a nice one. Very expressive, very innocent eyes. Good exposure.Congrats and thanks for sharing - Vikram
jubs (230) 2006-02-11 14:33
Hello, This photo is wonderfully composed. You can see the spirit of the children in their eyes. Great note, very interesting.
shiva_sg (600) 2006-03-02 1:20
Thats a superb multi portrait. Their expressions very natural and original. The spark in their eyes and the way they have leaned to pose you is nice. And a interesting note. TFS.
ngythanh (8580) 2006-03-19 6:43
Good morning, Angshuman!
I admire you shot. The two kids who looked directly to you had the most intelligent pair of eyes. They are honest, strong, and decided. They told me they enjoyed being friends of you. For that idea, the boy on left became a distraction (his keys are another story!). Had this been my own picture, I would crop as in workshop.
veronika (6052) 2006-04-20 13:49
Hello Angshu i found this one which i really love!!! :) so sweet and innocent.. it goes streight between my favourites :)
really very very nice..
josepmarin (57711) 2006-04-25 12:59
Beautiful capture of these children watching at the photographer. Tender and it cheers image, I like much the glance of the children, and those black eyes that that seems they speak.
Very well seen and very well done, my friend.
pierrefonds (56526) 2006-05-14 8:36
A good portrait of the children and their reaction seing the photo in the camera as per your note. The photo has a good compostion and nice colors.
Stepan (27210) 2006-09-05 15:06
A cool moment, with these deep glances. I like the one on... the left too !! Good contrasts (with the orange tee-shirt). Good job.
berek (37462) 2006-09-08 10:34
I like this triple portrait. its full of message to the World. good details for this cute children. greetings.
my overall evaluation -> :-)))
Standa (1877) 2007-04-04 3:55
simple and nice triple-portrait. One can read in childrens eyes. I like the atmosphere I can feel from this shot.
subhendu_bagchi (25613) 2013-12-23 11:10
travelling through your gallery I just checked it out as a powerful photography with children. Excellent composition. Darun chhobi. I like most their innocent and curious gaze and obviously your chosen POV. Nice skin tone. Excellent one. The cropped version in workshop is also very good. Class 1 shot... Tfs.
- Copyright: Angshuman Chatterjee (Angshu) (55407)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-01-03
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ5
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Travelogue: Heritage Sites of South East Asia
- Date Submitted: 2006-02-08 3:42
- Favorites: 1 [view]