Monday, February 17, 2020

RGB Monday

Load of utensils...


And colorful plastic pots and baskets on back of a bike, on the outskirt of Chengalpattu town, near to Chennai. It was shot at morning, so the vendor seems just about to kick start his business day, riding through many streets and nearby villages selling the utensils

11 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

Really amazing how that bike could carry all those pots and baskets.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

In the olden days brass utensils were used. Possibly 1900 or less onwards. And copper for special utensils for pooja. Our village down south must be as old as humanity perhaps, but they accepted technology possibly. Hence the brass utensils.
This photo is awesome. But I have a suggestion to make. Try Raghu Rai type of photography too. Catching emotions spontaneously. I do not know whether you know Raghu Rai or not.
Salem steel plant is for stainless steel. It is part of SAIL. And can you believe this !! There is another steel PSU RINL. They just have one plant at Vishakapatnam. I find it absolutely attrocious.
Your photo has churned up these lines. Good wishes.

Destination Infinity said...

Carrying so many utensils in a single, that too TVS 50, makes me think I am underutilizing my bike :)

Destination Infinity

Lady Fi said...

Wow - amazing!

George said...

That is a huge -- and colorful -- load for a bike!

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

At first I did not realize they were plastic pots. The street vendor has their bike full of goods. Wishing you a happy day!

Tom said...

...Jeevan, this sure is an amazing image. I hope that the vendor had a successful day. Enjoy your week my friend.

carol l mckenna said...

Wow! Great street scene photo ~ quite the 'bike' and wares person is selling ~

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Twilight Man said...

This is a pretty picture with a unique subject. Many developed countries do not have such vendors on a motorbike like this. Thank you for sharing.

GreenComotion said...

That's heavy duty hauling!