Faces of India – 168

The old gentleman was waiting for more passengers. Instead of taking the back seat he seemed to be keen on sharing the driver’s seat. Till the auto rickshaw driver gets 3 or more passengers towards the same destination he will not start his vehicle. This is often the case with shared hiring autos.

I liked the look of (im)patience on his face. I took the pic from a distance and he isn’t aware of my act.

Faces of India, a series through which I intend to portray the various
characters of my country whom I met during my travels. See more here

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13 Responses

  1. Cloudia says:

    You are engaged in an important work, Indrani!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    =^..^= <3

  2. Sylvia K says:

    Another superb capture, Indrani! The expression on his face says it all!! As I've told you many times before, I do so enjoy this series of yours! An incredible "people" study! And, as always, thank you for sharing!

  3. Great pic.Thanks for sharing.

  4. Gattina says:

    A very nice an typical picture !

  5. Sudhir R says:

    Beautiful picture this is? Compliment to your presences of mind to shoot this!

  6. I really like this sort of photo where the subject is not aware that you are taking it. 😉

  7. George says:

    This gentleman's facial expression says it all. You've captured another excellent photo in this series.

  8. Carver says:

    Great shot. I always love your shots for this series.

  9. Hope he doesn't have to wait too long. He seems in a hurry to go home.

  10. Love the colorful auto, i guess all this contributes to our Indian tourism catch line- Incredible India.

  11. Fly Girl says:

    I love the angles of this shot. It says so much. Do the decorations on the bus have cultural significance?

  12. Hi friends, thank you very much for your comments!

    Hi Flygirl, It was our independence day that day, so the auto rickshaw was decorated.

  13. waiting for Driver ?

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