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Humanizing Affinity

Humanizing Affinity

531. Humanizing Affinity
Photo By: Manish Man Singh
Posted Date: 19th February, 2013

Photo Description:
The picture above was taken in T-gaun. It is a picture of a mother going about her work as her daughter toils along. There is a sense of the two lost in their own world as the picture captures the rapport in between. The primary focus are the two females in the frame as they exhibit the strongest of bonds there is, between a mother and her daughter. The scenery around, as beautiful as it is, becomes secondary to it. A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity and it dares all that come against. Things just get reduced to the essentials. Bless their hearts as they symbolize all that is human, even though unknowingly.

Camera Specifications:
Camera Model: Canon EOS 550D
F-stop: f/13
Exposure: 1/200
ISO: 200
Focal Length: 300mm

8 thoughts on “Humanizing Affinity

  1. Very interesting topic , thankyou for putting up. “The height of cleverness is to be able to conceal it.” by Francois de La Rochefoucauld.

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  5. it shows the current scenario of rural Nepal. The resource available are only women and children and old fellas (shuddos :P). Such is the plight.

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