"A Telltale of Visages "

by Jeelani Mehraj February. 06, 2017 936 views
I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you. 

- Frida Kahlo

A Kashmiri girl cries as she and her family protest against the arrest of her father at Press Enclave - Srinagar, Kashmir.

A Kashmiri girl looks back in a crowd gathered to watch the Coke Studio artists perform live at Lovely Professional University, Punjab India.

A Kashmiri girl stands up to gaze at the beautiful sunset and while the other contemplates the dark clouds and mountains near a bank of river Jehlum, in Srinagar Kashmir.

A customer and a shopkeeper look outside the window after a heavy stone pelting between the police and the protesters at Maisuma, Srinagar Kashmir.

A laborer smokes Beedi (a type of cheap cigarette made of unprocessed tobacco wrapped in leaves) in his shelter outside the premises of a university in Punjab, India.

An Indian boy colors his face on the Hindu festival called Holi

Photographing Children - I can strike it better than Usian Bolt.

A Kashmiri 9 year old boy dances in a park near his home at Sopore, Kashmir

An Indian boy plays with a sling shot at a university in Punjab.

A Kashmiri girl walks on the veranda of her home at Pattan, North Kashmir

In a portrait, you have room to have a point of view and to be conceptual with a picture. The image may not be literally what's going on, but it's representative. 

- Annie Leibovitz

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