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A ray of hope
Friday, January 12, 2007


Late afternoon, inside of a make-shift home ; it is a half-finished flat inside the apartment.7 people are staying in the same room and they prepare food for themselves. They work till 6PM in the evening ; and after that it is the time for little leisure. They bought a CD player and two cheap speakers to listen bollywood numbers. I was told that they even bought a color TV for themselves. The life goes on just like that... still they hope for a better life.

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  • At January 12, 2007 at 10:22 PM, Anonymous Rakesh Sahoo said…

    I am feeling previledged to look at the snaps taken by you..I have gone thorugh all the snaps and each one is a eye opener. Not only the snaps are professionally taken but also the captioning made me think that you felt and made yourself part of their feelings.

     
  • At January 14, 2007 at 8:34 AM, Blogger joel dousset said…

    A nice composition using walls , ropes and men..and a ray of light as a hope...very symbolic shot.

     
  • At January 15, 2007 at 6:51 AM, Blogger Jean said…

    very cool composition using low POV and tilt. The lighing looks trick but there is enough detail in the darkness to get what is going on. Very nice. the blurry face is very cool too! :D

     
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