Wednesday, October 07, 2009

The Guardian

In the time it takes for you to get from Delhi to Bombay in a train, more than 5,000 railwaymen have ensured that the tracks are clear and fit to operate, gates are closed and signals working properly. You barely register their faces as they pass by in a blur. Probably you'd recognise them just by the green flags they wave, signifying a safe passage for you and your loved ones.

Jaswant Singh is one such green flag without a face... but he is your guardian, like many of his brethren. Spare them a thought.

Image Details
Camera: Canon Powershot S2 IS
Aperture: f/5.6
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec
Focal Length: 50 mm (300mm - 35mm equivalent)
ISO Speed: ISO 80
Exposure : Auto


Kachra said...

:) well said ... and an excellent click

Sidhusaaheb said...

Shot early in the morning or late in the evening?

Anonymous said...

Nice shot...the vignetting looks great.

and well said indeed :)

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