“We’re all coming from and going somewhere.
Always on our way.
Some rushing, some slowing…
We cross one another but we don’t really notice.
This photograph taken by Nisarg Barot is an oxymoron, taken from a moving train, reflecting a pause.
Perhaps if we took one to look around, we might alter our speed, switch tracks where we need to and decide just how much we want to remain in motion or simply remain.”

Nisarg is a spontaneous shooter.
He captures moments that usually go unnoticed. Such as this one.
Unless, like him you were peeping out of the diamonds of a moving train.
Nisarg aims at preserving some of the most profound and subtle instances of everyday life. His subjects are part of the natural environment, in their zone, candid and unconscious of the click upon their lives.

(We’re making a solid SHOUT! for you to observe more of Nisarg Barot’s own observations, right in those moments. Simple is often deeply insightful.)



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