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alexander stefanatos


Pro Member, thessaloniki

Hot spot 2

India
Culcutta

As evening light fades gradually away, the only lights come either by the cooking utensils of the side road open air "hot spots" or by the casual car light flashes.. It's the usual Indian dinner time.

(Analog photography, Ilford HP5 film)

Comments 9

  • Emilio Sirletti 01/04/2016 11:46

    The image is very good and shows very interesting details.
    Black White is fabulous.
    Ilford HP5 ... how many memories.
    Ciao, Emilio

  • sparkling light 12/02/2016 17:16

    More "Indian" than Calcutta will never go. And here it is. You wonder how they'll get along when you pass by.
    Nice editing.
    Jost
  • Mirjam Burer 12/02/2016 13:33

    impressive document of daily life and dinner in Calcutta, Alexander..
    good strong tonal range..
    hugs
  • mike snead 12/02/2016 7:31

    wonderfully evocative.
  • adriana lissandrini 11/02/2016 18:44

    fascinating scenes of everyday life, great pictures document!
    caro saluto Adriana
  • Harold Thompson 11/02/2016 10:08

    Good candid scene of life
    :-)) Harold
  • Cameraqueen 11/02/2016 8:48

    Again, great picture and good documentation of daily life in India where nearly everything happens in the street.
    kind regards,
    Sabine
  • Sue Thompson 11/02/2016 8:42

    It is amazing to see how these people cook by the roadside and wit so few things... just some large pans and a basket full of something....
    An excellent take on life.

    :))
  • Adele Oliver 11/02/2016 0:27

    another inviting scene .... the cooking facilities a bit primitive, but the cooks friendly and promising a good meal .... a great image and range of tones and results from scanning your old photo and bringing in more contrast !!!
    greetings, Adele
    p.s. you are reviving wonderful memories from the 80s in Jaipur for me !!!!