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Friday, March 14, 2008

FromThe Back Window Of My Taxi, New Delhi

Comments on "FromThe Back Window Of My Taxi, New Delhi"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:24 PM) : 

What a wonderful drama of light and shadow! Raymond Chandler in New Delhi?


Blogger mimi said ... (7:26 PM) : 

such an awesome picture. this brings back so many childhood memories, of being dazed and dazzled and awed and agog, at a country that mine and yet not...qnzbij
gorgeous. thank you!

and re - the bruhaha of the previous lady - surely we come to this site to see the world, and its many facets of style, as seen through the Sart's eyes, not some rigidly PC socio-cultural analysis...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:59 PM) : 



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:04 PM) : 

this is a beautiful image :)


Blogger OndrejS said ... (8:11 PM) : 

To take such a good picture through a back window of a car must not have been easy!! Good job there. If the bike was a Vespa I would like it even more:-)


Blogger bridget kelly said ... (8:19 PM) : 

I've looked at your blog for a couple years now, and have to comment on this picture. It's absolutely breathtaking and haunting at the same time. You have a wonderful eye.


Blogger Cassaundra said ... (8:20 PM) : 

.. strangers in the night :-)


Blogger The Spicers said ... (8:32 PM) : 



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:35 PM) : 

what kind of camera do you use?


Blogger b said ... (8:50 PM) : 

great shot...I can feel being there


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:40 PM) : 

Focus must have been right on! Often with that type of photograph the glass either gives your reflection or makes the shot blurred, which it did (a bit) but strangely just perfectly. great capture.


Blogger BLOGGGGG said ... (10:31 PM) : 

Great shot, Sart. One of your best.


Blogger La Terpette said ... (10:51 PM) : 

I'm still trying to understand exactly what's going on in this picture.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:18 AM) : 

If you can do this, you can do anything!


Blogger Unknown said ... (1:21 AM) : 

That brings back so many memories, the air is so thick in Delhi, this photo makes me smell it again.
Fantastic shot.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:51 AM) : 

Thank you for this intriguing photo, Sart!

Looking forward to more of your great adventure.

Have you told us yet how you've come to visit Delhi?

-- desertwind

PS -- You may went to remind people to click to see larger image. (I think some don't know to do that.)


Blogger beautifulchaos said ... (6:06 AM) : 

oh, i just love that picture. wonderful.


Blogger lisa said ... (6:58 AM) : 

This could be a record cover for Depeche Mode!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:34 AM) : 

that's amazing


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:28 AM) : 

[smiles] this picture made me think of some night rider going through a desert storm, lol.

probably because I can't see the picture clearly, and it seems to be foggy, shadowy or something.

The bigger image helped!


Blogger Dotty Biscotti. said ... (8:52 AM) : 

File this under the "unbelieveably cool" category.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:50 PM) : 

Takes me back to my trip to Delhi, 8 yrs ago!


Blogger astublieft said ... (1:16 PM) : 

the ambiguity of the backseat passenger of the scooter is fascinating. such a cinematographic shot.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:31 PM) : 

Sart, IT'S OK to photograph saris in the daylight and show us some colour, really.



Blogger Unknown said ... (2:38 PM) : 

i've been looking at your blog for a while now, and i must confess this picture is breathtaking. it xpresses so many different emotions at the same time. amazing.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:41 PM) : 

I love how the headlights from the car backlight the man sitting on the bike. His shadow is also haunting.
Amazing photograph. :0)


Blogger Bella07 said ... (10:26 PM) : 

something romantic about it...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:40 PM) : 

Sart's photography is about, inter alia, fashion. I am, however, drawn into the subjects' lives more often than not (even Yoseminite Sam and Nonna, especially Nonna). The subjects on the bike represent a marked departure from Sart's "fashion focus" to pure study of people's lives: human existance, if you will. This photo, this space in time, provokes thought and passion. Difficult to quantify the interpretations: this is good.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:10 AM) : 

great shot!!!



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:22 PM) : 

This is too much, Mr. Schuman. It is truly stunning. I love the way the back light is interacting with the front light, and the way the silhouette of the woman's body can be seen under her sari.



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:58 PM) : 

While your portraits and fashion photography has developed wonderfully over the last couple of years, your shooting on the fly hasn't. This is a dreadful, messy shot. Poor composition. Nothing inspiring or evocative.


Blogger Julia said ... (9:54 AM) : 

Lovely shot, Scott


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:52 AM) : 

this photo is absolutely breathtaking


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:41 AM) : 

LOVE these shots from New Delhi, love the international flavor to your site. Very refreshing. Your work keeps getting better and better.

love it.



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:27 AM) : 

the lighting is really good. you captured it in just the right moment


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