Let Me Take Some Rest, by Agnisoonu

I took the picture from a bridge. It was on Nov 1st 2008, “Kerala Piravi day” meaning birth date of Kerala state of India. My idea was to capture life of a common man on “Kerala Pirvi Day”. With this in mind, I went to nearby fish market and there I was standing on a bridge. I was watching a fisherman catching fish with his nets. After some time he came just bellow the bridge where I was standing. He want to take a break for smoking. I was more than happy seeing this. Took the shot. This is one of my favorite images in my collection.

Let Me Take Some Rest, by Agnisoonu

EOS 400D with 18-55 Kit lens | Exposure f/5 @ 1/40sec | Focal Length 37mm | ISO 200
Let Me Take Some Rest, by Agnisoonu

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | July 25
Photo of the Day Award Category: Candid Photography
Photograph Location: Kerala | India

Photographer: Agnisoonu (Kerala, India) Registered
An artist in inner soul, Software engineer by qualification, A manager by profession and a photographer by occasion. Agnisoonu loves photography. He used to paint before starting photography. He started photography as a hobby 3 years back when he bought his first SLR camera ( still using EOS 400D). One of his photo was selected by Canon-India to print on their calendar. He consider it as one of his major achievements.

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21 reviews
  1. Sara
    Sara says:

    i like this photo. I am actually a tad bit annoyed at my perception. I couldnt tell the blue water was the water. At first i thought that man was against a blue wall hangning down from his shirt being hooked on the blue wall which almost resembled him hanging from the blue sky. and then i look closely, he is sitting on a boat. *sigh* beautiful picture.

  2. shibu lekshman
    shibu lekshman says:

    The thing that makes this picture stand out is the unique angle it is taken from. The subject is so clear but yet the expression is obscure, making the viewer think about the man on the boat…. his concerns, struggles. Agni has nailed this one.


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