THE ONLY FRUIT STALL IN THE EARLY MORNING

Photography Location : Sambalpur , Odisha , India .

The pictured here is a man who is very old is in search of his customers . The main reason for sharing this photo with you guys is while I am busy in taking photos of this stall a question came to my mind that is why their is no other fruit stall the only reason is increasing in selling of those shopping malls who just stored food in freezer and in a good condition just for show off . When I ask that old man that can I take one shot of his face he reply me no after a lot of requests he gave me the permission to take a photo of his fruit stall but he also order me that don't to take the photo of his face . I got this story from the streets of Sambalpur . This was shot on Redmi5 . 


Pieni Lintu

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    1. That's good because banana is really very good for health .

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  2. Hello, the fruits look so colorful and pretty. Have a happy day!

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  3. ...the little guy seems to lose out in the end.

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  4. You’re respectful by asking the stall owner/worker for permission to take a photo. The photo is very nice.

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  5. nice work, and I appreciate your respect of asking. That says a lot about you. This fruit wagon reminds me of days gone by, when people went up and down streets delivering and selling food. Interesting he didn't want his image online... I might like to read how you choose your subjects... what do you look for in a photo composition since you are so good at that. Each picture tells a story.

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    1. I able to feel your thinking and thank for the nice comment.

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  6. Nice photo, very colourful and well composed. It was very nice of you to ask permission first, I like that!

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  7. That was very good to ask permission to take the photograph, which I really like:)
    It's so colourful.

    All the best Jan

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  8. Colorful and yummy fruit stall ~ neat photo ! ^_^

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  9. Wonderful breakfast fruits. Glad you respected his wishes.

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  10. That's a jolly shot. Sad, though, that the stall is the last of its kind. I hope the man has a happy life.

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  11. These days there are very few roadside stalls. This morning I just bought a comb of bananas from a stall near the recreational park.

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  12. Excellent shot! The bananas look very tasty!

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  13. Looks very colorful ! Many people don't like their photo taken !

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  14. A tranquilidade e calma destas terras da India.
    Gostei da foto.
    Um abraรงo e continuaรงรฃo de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  15. Yes, asking permission is a first step when capturing "life" first hand...:)

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  16. I prefer to buy my fruit from a seller like this rather than the supermarket Aditya ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. That's really good . And it really save lots of money .

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  17. Yummy fruits. I would rather buy fresh than frozen any day
    MB

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  18. Yes--- colorful, well composed, and the perfect angle.

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  19. His colorful cart is smiling for him :)

    Thank you for sharing!

    - Lisa

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  20. This old fruit seller faces a lot of competition. His fruit look fresh and delicious, I would buy if I walked by his stand. Nice shot.

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  21. Looks like a nice place to get something fresh to eat. Big box stores do take over from the independent stores and shop owners. - Margy

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  22. Very respectful of you to seek his permission - not everyone likes to have their photo taken.

    Beautiful shot - love how the yellow pops!

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  23. We have a lots of stall holders wandering the streets of Bangkok, but thinking about it not many fruit sellers. What a beautifully colourful insight into your part of the world.

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  24. Very colorful, and an interesting story.

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  25. It was very kind of you to ask his permission. I hope that people use his stall - fresh fruit from an authentic person - rather than the big stores. Love the colors in this shot!

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