Bickering, by Nirupam Roy

It was an awesome experience to be in such a big fish market known as ‘the mohona’ in Digha, because I haven’t seen such a big fish market from where fishes are supplied in different parts of West Bengal. The place was not only crowded with the fish-dealers, but by the viewers also. Different types of fishes can be seen there with different prices. As the prices varies, bickering is common. If one looses, other will capture immediately. I was standing there, enjoyed the scene for an hour.

Bickering, by Nirupam Roy

Nikon D7000 with Tokina 12-24mm f/4 | Exposure time 1/40 Sec @ f/22 | ISO 100 | Focal Length 12mm
Bickering, by Nirupam Roy

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | August 31
Award Score: 64.5 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 11.5, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Street Photography
Photograph Location: Mohona, Digha, West Bengal | India

Photographer: Nirupam Roy (Tufanganj, Coochbehar, West Bengal, India) Registered
Nirupam Roy is from a small town Tufanganj, located in CoochBehar District in WestBengal, India. Being a school teacher, entering into this unique arena is really dramatic for him. Going to school he always thinks about the phenomena of the society, but could not understand how the common yet beautiful aspects can be modified represented. Though he has done some documentary video works in YouTube, but it did not satisfy him. Then in one summer he planned a family trip to Orrisa, India. There he realized the necessity of a camera to capture the scenic beauty of the place surrounded by several sea-coasts. At the same time he wanted to photograph his family, especially his son Arkapravo, and bought his first camera Canon SX 40 HS. After returning home, he has fallen in love with photography passionately, and bought the DSLR, NikonD5000. Now-a-days friends rebuked him by telling that camera becomes his only obsession. But Nirupam believes it becomes his passion because he always thinks how the new concept of photography can be produced. Photography completely changes his whole attitude towards nature and human being. It gives him a sort of peace to his weary mind, as if a blessings from Almighty.


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