Pensive mood inside Indian train


Kids are kids, we need to understand their psychology to handle them.  My son was with me inside AC coach when I was travelling from Mumbai to Delhi. Usually he is very naughty and restless during travel. He always throws tantrums in such a way that travelling through public transport becomes difficult for the family.

He knows how to get his demands fulfilled. When he gets up after a good sleep, he prefers to sit in isolation for some time. He doesn’t want to be  disturbed for the first 10-15 minutes. He takes his own time to come to normal routine. If he is at home, he sits in the balcony and observes surrounding outside.

I have captured his similar mood inside the train. He had a good afternoon nap and after getting up he was looking outside the window. Without telling him anything, I captured his mood in black and white. The photos have come out nicely due to lights coming out of the window and the shadow effects created in the background. Here are the photographs. His mood here is close to pensive and he seems to be deep inside his thought.

What he might be thinking?

Deep inside thought

A star’s thinking

Looking beyond distance

Caught me with smile

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About Ajay Mishra
A technocrat who believes in deep rooted values of Indian culture and passionate about writing on issues related to social cause. Loves to travel across the globe and meet people from various cultural background. Fitness and yoga freak and loves light and soothing music. I love blogging and writing on issues related to common cause and my field of expertise. See my blog at: http://mycardclub.com https://ajaykmishra.wordpress.com

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