Traditional Vegetable Market-India Posted bySonali DalalJune 3, 2012February 4, 2015Posted inStreet PhotographyTags:"street photography", "vegetable market", India, people, people photography, photography, photography from india, traditional, vegetables Share this:PinterestEmailTumblrMoreFacebookLinkedInTwitterWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Sonali Dalal Photo Artist. View more posts
16 thoughts on “Traditional Vegetable Market-India”
As always, nice composition! I like how you composed with the colors that were there. I can’t help thinking this scene would make a nice painting in a Caribbean style — very vibrant!
Thanks! India markets are so colourful! Sometimes,I do wonder,am I doing right thing by converting my photos to monochrome or shooting monochromes? India also has a soul and I think monochromes bring it out without distracting viewer’s attention from main subject. This controversy about Indian photograph is age old!
Well you could do both… Especially when you’re converting to monochrome, you have done both, right? I guess it’s always a judgment call for what you’re trying to portray…
The colors here are beautiful. Great photo.
A vibrant and busy scene, full of interest and colour. I’ve never been to India, but this photo sums up some of my thoughts re what it must be like there. Adrian
Thanks! Yes,it is like this! Vibrant and colourful and yes not to forget scorching heat which we are experiencing now!
wow, i might like to paint this
Do that and I would love to see that! Thanks.
Excellent Framing! Very Interesting!
Thank you very much.
Thank you for sharing this beautiful photograph. Such abundance I have not seen in some time. Very beautiful and peaceful. I am so glad there is such a place in this world! Lovely!