This entry was posted on January 10, 2015 by vytautas ambrazas. It was filed under Asia, Documentary photography, India, Life, Life in the desert, photography, Portraiture, Rajasthan, Thar Desert, Travel, Travel photography and was tagged with Bikaner, cotton, cotton mill, Cotton mill worker, dust, fujifilm x100s, India, Light, light streak, photography, portrait, Rajasthan, travel photography.
January 10, 2015 at 09:59
This ray of light is surprising and magnificent
February 25, 2015 at 18:50
Reblogged this on Bee Happee Now and commented:
Thanks to folks at The Edge of Humanity Magazine blog, which I follow, I discovered amazing photographs by my fellow Lithuanian Vytautas Ambrazas.
An interview and photographs by Vytautas Ambrazas:
“Every face is unique. It’s a road map of a person’s life. A glimpse into one’s eyes and wrinkles is all it takes to be captivated by the stories they have to tell. Human emotions and expressions are timeless; capturing them in the photographs is what attracts me to photographing life and people as I see it.
I’m drawn to street photography because it is unpredictable and spontaneous. Quite a few things have to come together for a visually interesting photograph. It’s like a hunt of some sort or as Forest Gump’s mama used to say “Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get”.”
May 1, 2015 at 07:30
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