Sitting, Waiting, Wishing

I took this photo well over a year ago whilst in India. I was in a Buddhist temple that I visit every time I’m in India but as I watched this unknown man walk around it in complete wonderment I began to appreciate it more, as if I was seeing it through his eyes. So when he has stopped for a moment I took this photo to remind myself to wonder more.

The more observant of my readers may have noticed that my blog has had a bit of a facelift. After months of ummming and ahhhing over what I should do with it, I decided to keep the look simple with a few more bells and whistles. You can now not only follow me on twitter but ‘like me’ on facebook all from the comfort of my blog. A lot of new things are about to occur on this blog and its sister, Coffee and Countries Photography, so I throughly advise you to follow and like me.

Not that I’m needy or anything…

27 thoughts on “Sitting, Waiting, Wishing

  1. Santi says:

    Great image and really beautiful narrative!! It’s really nice to read about the photographer’s thoughts while thinking about the scene.

  2. niasunset says:

    Talks this photograph… I can almost feel the ambience in there… Just I wanted to see the candle side more than the left side… But this is amazing photograph. Thank you dear James Dunn, with my love, nia

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