My Left Foot in a Right-Wing Ghetto Image | Posted on May 9, 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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Una foto che parla da sola.
E anche se lascia un profumo amaro
è di grande effetto.
Ciao amico lontanissimo ma vicino al mio cuore.
Sempre e sempre vicino al tuo cuore.
Grazie mia bella amica.
grazie a te …you are sweet man ♥
Thank you my friend! Honestly my mind is still on your new post. Lovely picture 🙂
Reblogged this on manel-Kh.
Took me a while to get that. Brilliant photo. Is that leg from a shop mannequin?
Ha Ha! Artificial leg is a big business in India. Polio and road accidents.
I still think he stole that one from a shop 🙂
Good on him!
-Hey, he’s photographing us!
There are times, many a times when I’m very very close to getting beaten up!
I believe so…! The price for great pieces.
A comment from you is worth it!
Haha, then I should try harder with my comments ;)!
Nah, you’re perfect rather I’ll keep trying, harder, to live up 😉
I always have trouble with Left and Right, Arjun,.. but I did finally sight the foot. This photo speaks volumes… so long as you speak the language that is.. xPenx
Oops..me too. I’m ambidextrous which I think is the reason for my trouble…
I can’t claim the same,,… I just have to point and make my mind up…The men?, Are they grouped at the top of steps?… I always want to ‘see’ more.. x
Yup. Grouped. They always move in a group. Next time when you’re on my blog, look at a post “Take a Pick”, you’ll find it on the home page in Recent posts section.
that’s one dramatic photo! I love the guy pointing his finger and looking at you!
A bunch of right wingers! The one on the extreme corner looks like an extremist 🙂
He is. He’s threatened me with dire consequences if I don’t look up your blog tomorrow and see what you’re up to . My life is at stake 🙂
oh I LOVE him for that!! wonder where he hid his trishul 🙂
Trishul ain’t hidden but deployed. It’s right above my head as of now
I think you should quickly check out my blog if that helps! I really don’t want to see yet another case of right wing terrorism. Please.
Now? Damn! you’re no less than him..
hahaha! up to you! trishul is just behind 🙂
You better remember what you’ve just done to me
What an excellent way to make a statement. Love the whimiscal leg sticking out!
Whimsical. I quite like that too. Thank you Yisraela!
Peace, joy, truth, love to you
Although of venerable age, I bet some of those guys could run fast in a chase 😀
One may pick his best Nike, they’ll do it with bare feet.
Their feet are probably tougher than my steel capped boots 😀
Right. Let’s keep brands/corporate out of our conversations!
too funny Arjun that guy pointing at you man he wants to kill you, good for you getting the shot at the right moment, did they do something afterwards?
did not know about artificial leg thing
I stood there unabashed, took a few more pictures. They gave up on me. Though I’m aware, someday I’ll get beaten up for sure if I keep pushing my luck.
If you Google “artificial leg Jaipur” you’ll find out.
It seems not really happy with THE pict,but you took the right moment to shoot….great the sad moment with the b&w makes THE pict more strong,i love THE right and leeft ….;)
Wow…That is right Massi. Thank you for adding your brilliant thought.
Their unhappiness with my presence captured at the right time. I like it 🙂
Black and white – awesome. It’s absolutely the right choice for your subject. Does it ever sound as if I know what I’m talking about. I don’t. I just like it.
I take every comment of yours seriously and the way you said “I just like it” means a lot to me. Thank you Shelley!
The picture tells a great story, awesome job, Buddy!
Thank you very much! I hope you’re doing better now. Write more, be around, I love your poems.
What a great scene! It definitely made me smile!!
Thank you Peter. Always a pleasure to have you over!!
By the way the second picture in your latest post. I keep thinking about it and more cause I’m running out of stock 🙂
Terrific image Arjun-the b/w really works well with this-
…a picture is worth a thousand words, sure applies to your photo, Arjun.
Thank you very much Genie! 🙂
Another great shot! So well composed under what I imagine to be the pressure of the pointing guy yelling at you. You must have nerves of steel. Take care, Arjun. Beautifully composed whatever the cicumstances and b&w perfecto.o
Why get touchy with strangers? Ha Ha…
Just kidding. In fact strangers have blessed me with unexpected love and compassion. I hope you’ll agree 🙂
I envy your courage in approaching people and photographing them. With my mental illness, I cannot do this. I need to be totally calm when photographing and that means no people.
That’s a challenge you should consider if you’d like to click people. Start with older people, friends, kids who’ll listen to you. Take one at a time and so on.
Thanks for the advice. We’ll see…
An arresting shot!
A lot of dramas going on here… Exciting shot, Ajun!
Thank you Amazing Daffodil 🙂
What an amazing shot, with each of them doing something differently. I don’t know how you do it, but I like it. 🙂
Ha Ha! It happens. I do nothing or call it, the art of being shameless 🙂
I await your question or whatever with concern. xx ellen
What a photo……..! They were watching you like an intruder, the rest of the photo speaks for itself.
Yes. Mean fellows! How they’re staring at a poor chap merely trying to take their picture. Ha Ha!
Excelente Toma En B&W, Me Encanta La Composición… Un Saludo.
Thank you Cindy. Not as powerful as the close up of a bird you shot. In the background was a dockyard.
Wow. That was stunning!
You are so interesting, Arjun. I love your captures.