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Photo of the day – “The Burden of the Past?”

In "Burden of the Past",Agony,Old age,portrait photography,Street photography on January 12, 2011 by kulliprashant

The Burden of the Past?

Wrinkles on the face; faded enthusiasm; the ropes tied to his shoulders which carried a huge weight; shoulders seemed to have given up yet the legs seemed to be pushing forward; the time is slipping as he approaches the end of life; neither a smile on the face nor agony is shown; feels like that man was just indifferent to what he was up to. It appears, more than the weight on the shoulders he carried the burden of the past. 



Photo of the day – "A rich smile"

In balloon seller,Children,Footpath,Poverty,Rajasthan,Rich,Street photography on January 11, 2011 by kulliprashant

What makes you richer?

Hanging on to the divider of a road, tired of running around for the whole day, yet passing that contagious smile to the people who give her a stare, there stood a little girl watching her dad sell as many balloons as possible for that day. Little does she know about wealth, little does she know about the life, yet that smile had so much of inspiration for the grown ups. I just feel when she smiles and looks at people it appears as if she is asking them a question “what makes you feel richer?”