I read this somewhere a while ago and it certainly made my day, a smile; more of a grin just didn’t want to fade away from my face. It was something on these lines, “When my daughter was about seven years old, she asked me one day what I did at work. I told her I worked at the college – that my job was to teach people how to draw. She stared at me, incredulous, and said, “You mean they forget?”
This right here is innocence at its best, alright. The soul, like our body, lives by what it feeds on. Moments like these make me realize the same. I’ve already posted the colored version of this one, and I was keen on how this would turn out when processed in monochrome colors. And eventually I went on to do it even in sepia! That would be enough to make you understand, that yes, I absolutely adore this shot. Spontaneous, as cute as a photograph could be, beautifully focused, a quiet moment between the two, frozen in time, oozing simplicity, ah, it was just prefect. Again the adorable girl in the frame is my niece Lakshita, celebrating her 2nd birthday with her Dadu(Grandfather). Clicked at Saket, New Delhi, India.Ratul's Photography "Viga Versa"
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