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S10 Journey : A Photo Essay Through Indian Railway Journey

Landscapes of India
It was such a beautiful morning for anyone to start a journey
It was such a beautiful morning for anyone to start a journey
Things were happening quite normally all around
Things were happening quite normally all around
And I started my S10 journey that morning
And I started my S10 journey that morning

But I wasnt the only one who got bored of doing nothing
But I wasnt the only one who got bored of doing nothing
While Others had gadgets, I had my camera to use time in a better way
While Others had gadgets, I had my camera to use my time in a better way
And I started observing People
And I started observing People
And what they were doing
And what they were doing
Then i found interesting things to capture
Then i found interesting things to capture
And I found legs all around
And I found legs all around
In that crowd, no one cared about them
In that crowd, no one cared about them
Then someone said 'check out hands too'
Then someone said ‘check out hands too’
And there was this beautiful hands hidden
And there was this beautiful hands hidden
And some where busy undoing the entanglement
And some where busy undoing the entanglement
But watching people was the best part
But watching people was the best part
Someone was listening to Music
Someone was listening to Music
Someone was enjoying the beauty outside
Someone was enjoying the beauty outside
Someone was enjoying the view from inside
Someone was enjoying the view from inside
Someone was deeply in thoughts
Someone was deeply in thoughts
Someone was on the phone
Someone was on the phone
While someone was at the door
While someone was at the door
Then the Ticket Examiner came and started doing his work
Then the Ticket Examiner came and started doing his work
Same time someone else was busy with his work too
Same time someone else was busy with his work too
But then it was time for the Breakfast
But then it was time for the Breakfast
While someone was eating and..
While someone was eating and..
..and waiting for tea
..and waiting for tea
Someone else was still sleeping
Someone else was still sleeping
Someothers were just talking something
Some others were just talking something
But then someone was trying hard to make her less colourful life a bit more colourful
But then someone was trying hard to make her less colourful life a bit more colourful
But some others were relaxing knowing that they have a colourful life
But some others were relaxing knowing that they have a colourful life
Out of these contrast within a small space, Then someone said everything is going to be alright.
Out of these contrast within a small space,  someone said everything is going to be alright.
With that assurance, my S10 journey continued
With that assurance, my S10 journey continued
Throught "mistifying"
Through “mistifying”
Beautiful and surreal
Beautiful and surreal
Landscapes of India
Landscapes of India
With Lush Greenery All around
With Lush Greenery All around
So that was my S10 Journey
So that was my S10 Journey
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74 thoughts on “S10 Journey : A Photo Essay Through Indian Railway Journey

  1. This is awesome Jithin,had missed your posts. The photography is stunning. I loved how real the photos are. How do you manage to get people/strangers to accept having their photos taken?

      1. You mean these activities are dangerous… oh I thought you do lot of adventurous things anyway(: … your book is nice only, I have no regrets of taking it from you…surpassed my expectations, though yet to read it fully will do it someday(:

          1. I brought it because I meant to encourage you… tell me if I am not a chethan bhagat fan whose book people like reading then what opinion will I have of Indian authors… I am true reader of quality content, not masala stuff… yours did not have masala and all, good flow, continuity… some chronological order disruptions, but good logic, and interesting story… I have to read more of it, but it’s good book…maybe than I can give full opinions both good and bad… I can be a nasty critic too…

  2. One of the wonderful posts from you which I enjoyed. I can never pull out my camera in Indian trains and click like you did. I feel too conscious that someone will steal it and what people would think.

    Wonderful post (y)

    1. Thanks a lot man. Yes I also have similar feelings. But there is one more feeling when you miss an opportunity even when you had a camera with you which was safely kept inside the bag 😉
      And during this secret op, most of the people didnt know that someone was photographing them 😉

  3. All the clicks are really awesome.. Truly shows your genius and creative photography skills.
    All Those feet and then suddenly the arms propping up was hilarious.
    Didn’t anyone object to your clicking their pictures..or were you stealthily doing your job? 😉

  4. What a fantastic series Jithin. Really great, I felt like I was on the train with you. Like the comments in the comments about people liking to have there pic taken, too, I was wondering. My favourites are: the funny shot of the foot with one toenail painted, the little child staring out the window, that is gorgeous, the old woman with her plastic bags, and the b& w series at the end looking out from the train, the misting ones…. really great, thankyou.

    1. Thanks a lot Debbie. Some people do like their picture to be taken. They sometime stop and pose for us seeing the big camera and all.
      I was experimenting with colour and BnW. They are not processed. They are taken that way only. Glad you liked the series 🙂

  5. This was beautiful. Not only great and beautiful photos, but what I love about you is that you are able to capture people as they truly are. You have a gift. It shows through in every photo. These are my favorite types of photos you do, for that reason. Absolutely love these.
    Much love to you, CC

    1. I never used to sneak into other’s privacy. But this time i was too bored. So I took the liberties of a so called photographer 😉
      Well i meant “mistified” view 😀

      1. In India, people like to be photgraphed. Once, I was trying (embarrassingly) street photography, you wouldn’t believe that some people stopped me and requested to click their photo. They were mistaking me to be some media person.;)

          1. Ha ha.. yes.. it is.. and some day I shall invite you over.. but right now this place is a mess.. and while you might not know this.. I was sort of an invalid for the last two years.. so just coming back to life.. trying to, at least.. so some day, yes, you are welcome to come over …

          2. Yes, I am sort of aware of it from your posts and comments. I am glad you are doing better and taking control. It would be a pleasure to get invited to see the beautiful sunset in that beach 🙂

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