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Smiley Saturdays - 6 (A Divine Smile)


So, I couldn’t make to Bisons’ first ride today. All very thanks to an upset stomach, and a bad food course I had near weekend.

Nevertheless, I had a small ride of few 10s kilometers last Sunday that not only helped me to scratch the ride’itch but also gave an opportunity to get some fresh pictures for this Smiley Saturdays section. To get more of fresh pictures, I would be posting alternate Saturdays from now on; or if get plenty of Smile, it would be on every other Saturday! :)

This guy is Moin. He takes care of the mazars at a hill near Mumbra; and lives there in a hut-sort of establishment made up of steel sheets, more or less like the one we generally see in Mumbai slums. With my camera, he thought me being someone from Newspapers. When cleared, he as shy enough to give me a pose to snap. Then what he gave me should be called as a Divine Smile, that I wish everybody should be blessed with. Though it was certainly posed for a click, I felt the serenity and genuinity in that smile!
Moin with his Divine Smile

Shot this picture D5000, No flash, Auto mode, and 18-55 mm lens.



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  1. he's laughing this genuine heartfelt belly laugh so much so that although his eyes are all crinkled up, you can still see the joy in them!

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