Kiosked Posted on May 4, 2013 by arjun Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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love the way to be relaxed. It’s Saturday!!! 🙂
chai garam! chai-uup! chai garam! 🙂
I’m impressed is an understatement 🙂
Hard to forget that line 😉
Moments of rest! When we let the world move on as we pause and breathe deeply!
Thank you 🙂
Wow moment!!!nice relaxed
Thank you very much Massi!
Ah, so glad to see you! One thing we are commonly passionate about is trains 🙂
Hope you are doing good Cristian!
Hei 🙂 Thank you, Arjun! Yes, I am doing fine, thank you! How about you?
I’m doing perfectly alright. Thank you for asking 🙂
In the words of Yisraela… just breathe
Yup. Think no more, just be.
Thank you for dropping by in the midst of disquiet in your life.
These are really great shots. I would never think to take them– they are so well composed. And yet natural. Your work has inspired how I look at the city (New York). Now I begin to see “Arjun shots.” But I am too shy to take them. In my mind, if an artist can make you see art you never could see before in everyday life then that is the mark of a great artist. And that is you, my friend.
Hello Ellen, Hope you’re doing good. I wonder since yesterday what do I say to your lovely comment. These images, they just happen. I cannot claim this as my talent except for the fact, I’m constantly seeking human stories. Your kind appreciation uplifts my spirits, makes me want to go out and click some more. Thank you Ellen!!
Of course, the images are all around us. It takes a talented and artistic eye to spot them, compose them so they look pleasing to the viewer, and then doctor them in the dark room or digitally. So that is the talent and your muse is seeking human stories. It is my job to uplift your spirits and encourage you to go out and click more. I both envy your fearlessness to snap people and talent and revere it. At my age, revering and encouraging is the path to take. So click away!
Just waiting for something, even the end of waiting 😀
Well said buddy!
It just doesn’t stop…and we wish it goes on and on, beyond the end too, more and more of this and that…Kiosked forever.
This and that and nothing much 🙂
Such expression in the body language. Great.
Thank you very much Elena!
1st and the last are best picture I selected. Thank you for sharing these shots with us. have a nice Sunday to you. 🙂
Hello Master 🙂
How was your Sunday?!
Terrible !!! None accompanied me :p
Ha Ha…good one! They call it “Harmless cruelties”
To sit, to ponder, and watch the World go by, as your mind takes a wander and the countless minutes fly… Great slices of life Arjun, … xPenx
Thank you again for a beautiful comment, a wondrous poem.
You are amazing!
I really like your compositions. But I’m intrigued by the post title. Think maybe these men are not so much relaxing as waiting for something and bored.
Inhale, exhale, thoughts run by, world pass by, detached with the surrounding, trapped in the bitter mundanity of life. This is it!
Thank you Richard. Good to see you, always!
Thank you 🙂
Wonderful images Arjun-I really enjoy looking at your “slices of life”-they are so honest and do a wonderful job of engaging the viewer-well done again!!
Thank you my friend.
You captured wonderful moments…
Hello Beautiful Daffodil..
beautiful shots, not pretty, but beautiful.
Thank you for dropping by and writing a beautiful comment. Much appreciated.
Muy Buena Seríe… Sin Duda Cuanto Más Las Miro Más Me Gustan… Envidia Por El Atrevimiento A Sacar Personas En La Calle… Saludos.
Funny how the one guy is on a cell phone.
The train is passing by like how it’s going with our lives, beautiful and compliments for the pictures!
On second thoughts, I wonder sitting in my kiosk(My blog) how it’s going with other lives, their blogs – a window to their beautiful minds!
You are very curious but it would be great to know, but if you wish to know the mind of a man, listen to his words. ” 🙂 it’s a Chinese proverb!
Very well said!
I’m getting to discover you bit by bit and I’m glad, pretty glad 🙂
Fantastic pictures, bro. 🙂
You have a gift my dear, you always post pictures that leave space for many many interpretations… I guess the interpretation depends also on the eye of our soul…
They remind me of being relaxed, but also of being alone… all together yet living in a world of alienation.
Great individual pictures, but together they just roll one into another. Fabulous little series.
Thank you very much. I’m glad you like it!