Yellow rope knot is at the other end of the seaside wall. This is a type of fishing method, after putting the net in the sea fisherman hold rope (yellow) and run almost 1 km. When a freak vagabond woman stuck in front of a Yellow rope and the sea may want to talk to her. Holding a rope (Yellow) at a stormy night a monk was shouting for some reason. Someone has accepted the trash as the stack of her toys or life but trying to escape now, then fly.
Someone’s Head down, Piety bath after funeral according to Hindu ethics. Someone is with mom or bag. When his friends are playing in the sea, a little slum boy was trying to write something in the sand but sea waves erase it repeatedly. Someone is worried about bad weather, is there boat coming back?! Someone is enjoying herself. Someone was dumb, but a tight mask also on his face but the cloudy great white shark has fun in the sky. An old woman beggar tries to convince through talking a person for alms. Sphere puzzles everywhere (Sea snail collected by fisherman). Same age different life or different generation different act. Someone has been tired of selling coconut whole day and sleeping at dawn beside his open coconut box, which has been transformed into some one’s home. Once upon a time, there was a lovely sitting place to see the beauty of the sea, but now it has been transformed into a destruction place or you can call it dustbin but someone still sits at that place and new houses have been built in the behind of the place.
No doubt water is life and for me, the edge of the sea is like a table of life to me, where life-related hints are given. I am 26 now; here I tried to give a narration of my life experience. Maybe this it is little bit called life. There are some common stories in every sea beach, with unusual stories also. I tried to focus on common topics with untold stories. Here I focused on Odisha Puri Sea Beach. Puri is a city and a Municipality in the state of Odisha in eastern India. Puri is covered in sprawling sands and lapping waves. Here I try to found some connection knot/ pulse -Loneliness-love-dumb-enjoy-equality-Livelihood-concern-Complexity-fear-Run/chase-Trap-self-made life- infancy-indifferent-Funeral-childhood & finally destroy/ release.
About Soumyabrata Roy
Soumyabrata Roy is a Tehatta based self-taught documentary and travel photographer. For him, photography is like a meditation, which can free you from distraction. He likes to take candid photos because only there natural emotions connected with real events. Now he is studying Diploma in Photography from Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Belur Math.
His photo published in Canon-India, India biodiversity portal, Blipoint (Spain), Don’t Take Pictures (USA) magazines. Photo story published in Chiiz Magazine. He is one of the finalists of EuropeAid-WOMEN-ENERGY photo contest and his photo has exhibited in European Development Days in Brussels organized by European Union. Apart from exhibited in exhibitions like University of Waterloo (Waterloo, ON, Canada), “Khushnuma” (IIM Udaipur, Rajasthan, India), Belgrade Photo Month (Belgrade, Serbia) exhibition, Intriguing Illusions present “Kaan Pete Roi” (Drik Gallery, Bangladesh), Chania Photo Festival (Greece), Odesa// Batumi Photo Days “Se@ Experience” (Georgia), “My Travel Moment” (NCPA Piramal Art Gallery, Mumbai), Samsara Art Festival (Santiniketan Society of Visual Art & Design, West Bengal; India) and various places of India. His photos have been digital screening at Indian Photo Festival – Hyderabad (India) & Asia Photo Review (Los Angeles, USA). Shortlisted in “UNESCO Youth Eyes On the Silk Roads International Photography Contest 2018”, WSIS Forum (UNESCO, UNCTAD, UNDP). He has qualified to participate in the “First-Ever Conference on Photo Tourism in India” (Gujarat) organized by Gujarat Tourism.
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