As soon as I saw the figure of Mahadeo Bali one evening in Korgaon, I knew that I had a great subject for a portrait. The first image below is a candid, moments before he saw me with the lens pointed at him. There is something very Goan about him. Men of this manner and look won’t be around for long.
by Rajan ParrikarCategories: Candid, Goa, Portrait, StreetTags: Canon 5D Mark II, Faces of Goa, Korgaon, Mahadeo Bali, Zeiss 100 f/2 Makro Planar, Zeiss 50 f/2 Makro Planar
Please not where he sits. He is sitting on a small wall at a local shop.In villages, these are the small spots where people meet and exchange ideas, talk about their issues and problems and solve issues. You don’t see this anymore in urbanised goa
Amazing… to the finest wrinkle!
Out of this world, it is just wonderful!