OLD AND DAMAGED

Photography Location : Sambalpur , Odisha , India .

Pictured here is a old and damaged Rickshaw parked at the streets of Sambalpur . This was shot on Redmi5 . 

 


Comments

  1. The end of this vehicle's life :)

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  2. There is something sad and nostalgic in this cliché that surely has to do with the art of photography, which accommodates the proximity of ghosts and the abandonment of ruins

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  3. So sad! I am sure this trishaw has seen better days.

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  4. Such a good photo, it has lovely colour and texture and really tells a story.

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  5. Excellent composition and rendering1 Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  6. Hello, great composition and photo. Well done! Enjoy your day!

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  7. Colorful and creative photo ~ there is beauty in 'all.'

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  8. An awesome photo!
    The right shot for Tom's Tuesday's Treasures- linkparty
    https://backroadstraveller.blogspot.com/
    Greetings from Germany

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  9. Well used, if only it could tell us its stories. Nicely composed photo!

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  10. The end of the road for that one.

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  11. The Japanese call something like this Wabi-sabi. Beauty in imperfection. Though I think this is a little bit more than just imperfect.

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  12. Such an undignified end for a hard working vehicle. What stories could it tell us? Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  13. This has a lot of beauty in the rusty bike. I like how yo portray the city around you.

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  14. Gone and forgotton.
    Like so many of the elderly.

    Thanks for sharing.

    - Lisa

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  15. I think it is beyond help!

    Mollyx

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  16. I love this image A, it is poignant yet beautiful at the same time. The colours are superb ✨

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  17. You have the appreciative eye of an artist and will only grow in your art!

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  18. guess it was not needed anymore. What a pity.

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  19. Sad looking and yet a great photo op.
    MB

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  20. I always wonder if it is possible to make things like this workable again. Nice image.

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  21. the art is in the cropping of the image, the way you cropped out what was probably busy city life behind this, allows us to just look at the history, the slight sadness of something past it's use-by date

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  22. It has done its job ! I had a first ride on a rickshaw in Riga (Eastern Europe) was fun !

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  23. I imagine this rickshaw could relate some interesting outings from the past - if it could talk!

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  24. Thank you for sharing with everyone. I know everything about you. It's great and it's great.

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  25. Wonderful rickshaw and lovely photo.

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