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rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
16 Dec 2012 9:38AM
Superb selection of colours/tones and photojournalism Jeremy.

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 9:38AM
A wonderfully observed, composed and processed photograph of this gorgeous yet somewhat emotive scene.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 9:41AM
Thankyou Ron & Nathan Smile
16 Dec 2012 9:47AM
A lovely, thought provoking shot. Makes me even more grateful as we head off into the festive season.
JohnParminter 11 1.3k 14 England
16 Dec 2012 11:51AM
So much expression on the boys face which could be interpreted in various ways, especially when contrast him with the person sleeping in the background.
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 12:07PM
Wow what a great surprise,thank you so much for your awards Peter and John it means a great deal
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
16 Dec 2012 12:14PM
I would have cropped down the centre of the pillar, but your inclusion of the sleeping brother makes such a stronger social comment and more powerful image.

AnnChown Plus
8 207 1 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 12:17PM
Another excellent image from India Jeremy - congrats on more awards; very well deserved!
avacreates 6 448 1 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 12:50PM
Isn't it amazing that we are all preparing for a feast, spending money on nonsensical items that most of us don't need but want and there are people in the world with nothing but smiles on their faces. I've heard that people now days give biros instead of money. Crazy, insane world we live in
We need to see this to gain some perspective on our lives that most of us complain about, relentlessly.
Well deserved awards - I already gave one today.
UrbaneMagick 6 172 1 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 3:45PM
Brilliant..up til now, Burn Blue stood in a league of his own for travel photography.... now there are the two of you up there.
I wish when I;d visited India on previous occassions I had been into photography, there is a wealth of subject matter there.

Briliant work Jeremy,

fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 4:14PM
You're a star thanks Gareth, if i got only half as good as Burnblue i would be content..........thanks again for the award it means a great dealSmileSmile
Sezz 13 617 15 England
16 Dec 2012 7:22PM
Your awards are well deserved, this really tells a story - travel photography at its best!

Sarah *
Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 8:32PM
The image sums up a different lifestyle of how the other half lives.
The only consolation is the little's boy expression isn't total sorrow.
He probably doesn't know there's a better live somewhere.
derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 9:47PM
Brilliant photography Jeremy. Fully deserving the awards.
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2012 5:53PM
Another cracking image Jeremy, worthy of all the awards as Derek says and I agree with Ron, it has the appearance of top quality photojournalism. The colours and sharpness are superb and yet again you've handled a high contrast scene superbly. There's such soulful eye contact from your subject and it's a wonderful portrait again elevated by the inclusion of the contextual details in the background.
17 Dec 2012 6:33PM
Well caught love it

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