Raindrop Posted on August 9, 2014 by arjun The salt laden sea pleads for respite… The incessant winds writes writes writes waves on the water… 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
64 thoughts on “Raindrop”
Oh, nice! Undulating.
wave wrinkles on a surface scarred by the wake of an eastbound tanker
Seems that nothing inspires you as much as a human face….
Aren’t they part of the face?
🙂 what are they then?
a window to one’s soul
Some wear their windows closed….
true..not you, I’ve had a glimpse….you’ve changed….bad for them!!
How have I changed? I am the same; you are not looking closely 😀
I did and I didn’t miss a thing, love the sketch!!
Thank you 🙂 There were more eyes in a recent post 🙂
and music I missed. I’m sorry!!
😀 You’ll find your way
this women looks just like my grandmother,
but a version from India
even the spectacles
Thank you very much for your kind comment. I hope you share her picture with us in near future. I love your work! 🙂
You are very welcome
must now take this chance to also compliment your work which i enjoy very much
i find a beautiful image of life essence in your photos and poems , also wanted to tell you i don’t think anyone has had such style of combining images and poetry – very unique !
thank you very much!!
Those glasses fail to hide the beauty of her eyes.
Beautiful poem, Arjun. 🙂
Thank you very much Marina!! :))
Oh yes, nice one mate 🙂
Eyes – “a window to one’s soul” very true
Thanks mate :))
Hope you’re doing great!!
Dunno, what’s ‘great’? And how do you do it? 😀
Beautiful Arjun…the verse lends intense dignity to the portrait.
Fabulous photo and words, Arjun!
Thank you Daffodil. Good to see you!
Good to see you, too 🙂 Hope you are doing well.
You have such a lomging way with words Arjun. The photograph blends color to your words.
So happy to see you and my apologies for not keeping up with your blog. You’re awesome!!
Arjun it’s always a pleasure to come across your posts and I love this one. You have a great knack of shooting and choosing the right photograph! I believe you have what they call “the x factor”
Hope the road trip went well (are you still on it!)
After 36 days, 7130 kms on the Indian roads, every body part hurts, brain is numb and your soothing words of appreciation is just what the doc recommended.
I’m back Peter and overwhelmed. Thank you very much!!
waves of all sorts, beauty of all sorts
Ah, unique dimension there. Thank you Elena! 🙂 )
Exactly. You put me to sleep with ease yday!
Lol that’s me. A boring old Cao 😉
Just beautiful Arjun. You have a knack for capturing the soul and spirit of those you photograph. And it’s nice to see another post from you.
Thanks buddy and I guess I’d like to retract my words when I told you, you should take more pictures!
That’s very funny :). I guess both of us really need to post more often. I do plan on posting this weekend, I finally have some time to review some recent work. Take care and have a good day.
lol…I’ll await….Thank you buddy!
The incessant winds writ waves of wrinkles on her face. What a beauty– her soul, your vision, the wistful words. *♡* Ellen
and we’ll find a way home! Thank you Ellen!
Gorgeous both. The portrait is masterful, moving and memorable. I’ve missed your posts, dude.
Lately I come here to find out what you’re up to!
Moving portrait but cannot help but question how comfortable she is with ornament through nose
Thank you very much Diana.
She’s been wearing it for decades, I suppose. Eventually it becomes part of you. It’s not just a piece of jewelry for them but a tradition.
A wise woman of great beauty who cares not what the world thinks, methinks. She has such a gentle soul behind her eyes. Thank you for your moving offerings of life right in front of us all!
Such a beautiful and strong composition! You just want to know more about her…
Quite true. Thank you for dropping by!
And you’re back! Woww!!! 🙂
That says it all and your profound posts, I was wowwed, you’ve figured it all, tell me…tell me…what’s up?
Usual life, routine and its excitements.. and most probably a quick trip to my favorite city waits ahead! 🙂 You tell me where you get to photograph world’s most beautiful faces? You’re so blessed. 🙂
A mere reflection of us, repeated…I found us everywhere, in every face! 🙂
Good to see you Archita!
Your photographs are so real and beautiful that it looks like you put mirror in front of many of us and made a collage out of those mirrored images! 🙂 Thanks for sharing those photographs, Arjun! 🙂
Thank you for appreciating. Thank you very much!
She is beautiful. She’s seen so many rains and written so many stories.
So true. Thank you for your kind comment. Good to see you!
That’s beautiful. Your photographs are always so real and powerful.
The woman looks gorgeous in her old age as well. The four lines create a poem on the ocean waves. She’s someone who’s been through so many rains and lived on… Just like an ocean, so many waves and standing strong… Love it.