***It is now Tea Time***
captured it at a remote village at Baranagar, near charbangla temple. The locals are enjoying tea together irrespective of age. I found this grandma and this child enjoying tea. It may not (surely not) the special Darjeeling Tea, but they are enjoying it like a drink of heaven. You can see them testing it with steel bowl and glass, rather than a cup. Liked this frame (with those cattle at background) very much and now wish to share it with you. Hope you'll like it.
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Graal (94980) 2011-06-17 23:57
nice natural portraits and smile of boy. Good reportage about the daily life. Photo well done.
Have a nice day.
dip (23508) 2011-06-18 1:13
I like the peaceful mood and also the simple but nice details,
you have captured the scene very well!
rodgerg (55767) 2011-06-18 1:25
A scene of life very well collected nad a very interesting post with an ideal framing. I like the contrast betwwen the sympatic smile of the young boy nad the attitude of the lady. This contrast is particulary well collected.
peppe59 (14551) 2011-06-18 2:36
a moment of country life, excellent capture, very beautiful and interesting.
snunney (78609) 2011-06-18 3:31
An attractive and well presented daily life image. The surroundings add much to the charm of the portrait. The little boy has a very engaging smile; whilst his father seems a little suspicious of the camera.
holmertz (36335) 2011-06-18 5:10
This is a charming picture of local life in a remote place and the close connection between the people and their animals. I like the triangle formed by the large bucket to the left, the boy's feet and the animals.
Thanks for sharing,
mauro61 (52623) 2011-06-18 7:34
spaccato di vita in questo piccolo villaggio con nonna e nipote a prendere il the.
Mi piace l'inclusione degli animali sullo sfondo,
saxo042 (36632) 2011-06-18 8:04
A very interesting daily life scene. This is also a very good picture with many details to be studied. Very fine portraits of these persons too.
Charo (51208) 2011-06-18 14:15
This is one of the things I liked most about your country, people and especially children, who despite their poor living conditions, always have a smile on your face.
A beautiful picture of life in rural areas.
Excellent light and very good details.
siamesa (27703) 2011-06-18 15:49
Boa noite Subhendu
Perfect for TE. Very well captured and a very real and interesting post. TFS
danos (82577) 2011-06-19 0:31
a nice snapshot with the mother and her son,to drink their tea during their work in the countryside.I like the rural environvment, as the good reportage shot of the daily life of these people.
Nicou (115084) 2011-06-19 10:44
Très belle compo et iamge, superbe quelle scène elle est toucahznate cette dame et son fils avec les animaux, merveilleux.
Bravo et amitié
eldancer1 (24647) 2011-06-19 13:04
Very nice documentation of the daily life of ordinary people. Tea is a universal beverage for the young and old, for the rich and the poor. Great pov and dof with nice details. Well done, tfs.
shevchenko (19051) 2011-06-21 0:55
Lively daily life photo, a corner that full with harmonious atmosphere where villagers and herds sharing a corner and enjoying meals at the same time, interesting composition, thanks for sharing.
adores (33868) 2011-06-21 18:52
This is really India! A very good daily scene with so many details to be seen!I like their expressions and your idea of including the goats in background.
lakshmip1949 (19110) 2011-06-22 12:49
Nice shot with that little boy's unique smile. I enjoy visiting villages in India where life is so simple and the people are so humble. Nice surroundings.
Atousa (7123) 2011-06-26 6:06
I like the composition of this shot n its friendly atmosphere.. the details are really interesting to see.. its full of life.. tfs
Best regards, Atousa
- Copyright: Subhendu Bagchi (subhendu_bagchi) (25065)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-06-12
- Categories: Daily Life, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Nikon Coolpix 5600
- Exposure: f/5.4
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-06-17 22:21