scanned from a transperancy. some clarity is lost due to resizing.
anyway the idea here is to give you all in insight into the a burmese home. it's small , bare , not at all studry , but is extremely warm because of the people who live there. if you are walking around the streets in any place in burma ( nit so much in yangoon) , you're bound to be invited in at least one of the homes where you'll be offerred a warm cup of tea and maybe something to eat. it may not seem much, but for these people it's atleast a meal gone.
it feels awful to be away from the best bunch of people in the world :(
p.s. the place here is in inle
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shutterbug (531) 2004-09-25 17:03
Thanks for sharing Sohrab...Nice photograph with a very heartfelt note :)
bpelvan (3798) 2004-09-25 20:29
Perfect dark and bright areas. Wonderful colors. Illumination, I think, on the table and the light on the window wall inside the house looks beautiful.
Secondly, it seems to me that there is a mirror on the wall with the reflection on it.
Good job Sohrab, really. Thanks for sharing.
eleparc (24063) 2004-09-26 19:18
i like your note sohrab and the general idea of your shot but far too dark to my taste;; you losde the impact of the shot IMO
avis2avis (4264) 2004-09-27 8:16
I like all your through the window shots including this one. Yes a bit dark here but its ok. Nice note too. :)
agelaste (533) 2004-10-10 0:57
i appreciate your works here so much,they are real and close to life,no one could refuse the charming of detail daily life,such as this one,
maybe of the darkness in the house,and not to lose too much details,the color contrast add some noise behind woman,but it's still one i like ~
Bogdan (205) 2004-11-21 18:35
This is documentary. By excellence. Maybe oversaturated, but indeed your best, IMO.