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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SONALID3
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.70%. The average number of likes per post is 1705 and the average number of comments is 52.
67.72% of the followers that engaged with sonalid3 regularly are from India, followed by United States at 3.94% and Germany at 2.36%. In summary, the top 5 countries of sonalid3's posts engager are coming from India, United States, Germany, Singapore, Thailand.
Sonalid3 loves posting about Photography, Nature & Outdoors, Architecture, Travel.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SONALID3
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF SONALID3
- India 67.72 %
- United States 3.94 %
- Germany 2.36 %
- Singapore 2.36 %
- Thailand 2.36 %
Gratitude 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 A big thank you to everyone who appreciated my video with the message of being more compassionate , kind and loving towards people ... Suman was just a face to the thousands others who face such exploitation .. as hurt as I am about people questioning my integrity about payment to Suman ! I don’t think that after taking care of a family for 7 years I still am just another photographer for them .. I hope people understand that compassion builds relationships and yes the financial support from my side to them has always been provided .. .. some of these images are from a jewellery campaign where I shot these girls as models and they were paid exactly what a model from mumbai or delhi would. The power of social media is indeed great .. I had a few people come forward and wished to help this family .. with those funds we could provide them 2 months of food supply ! And I will continue to do this like I have in the past .. I have helping hands now 🙏🏼 thank u to each and everyone who shared it 🙏🏼 I wish to stay away from all the negative comments and shocked at some people too !
With age comes wisdom with travel comes understanding -Sandra lake .What an apt quote !! Golden mornings spent at the beautiful Inle lake .. everything was on the lake ... markets , homes , life .. everything ! All sorts of homes .. beautiful stilt homes , luxurious hotels on the shore too ..fishing was one of the most popular occupations amongst the local .. and the best time to watch these fishermen was early in the morning .. I ventured out to understand how life existed just on these beautiful waters .. a father and son together fishing with this traditional method of a cone like fishing net .. there’s always something so therapeutic about early mornings. And me not being an early riser I only witness these sights when I wish to explore with my camera on trips such as these ! Myanmar was a real gem ! And I can’t wait to get back there.
Hold on to the strings of your relationships ... just like a string of pearls it only takes moment for the string to come loose and never again is it strung like it once used to be ... in fragile times I have realised how fragile relationships have become . Someone who was your strength now becomes your biggest weakness . Keep your close ones closer .. but it’s rightly said you can’t hold on tight to the string that wasn’t meant to be yours ever ..
She blows her worries into fumes , her life she reflects on everyday now waiting till she reaches her tomb .. unmoved by the happenings in the present .. her time now whiling away with the fumes ... P.s - smoking is injurious to health .
The journey of a monk - some places you visit are always special to u .. so was this monastery in Myanmar .. little kids training to be “monks”.. they were as little as 5 years old to 18 all living together as one family in harmony .. learning to disconnect from the world leading towards the journey of spirituality .. each one of them so different in their personalities with the common goal of attaining peace ... wouldn’t the world be a better place if we all had the common goal of spreading love , of making this world a better place to live in ... do swipe and hear some beautiful lines by Gulzaar Saab ❤️
The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is young- Oscar Wilde. Keeping her soul young and quivering was exactly how this woman was enjoying her days as a grandmother ... her eyes sparkled when she saw the lollipop ! And she enjoyed it too ! Oh how I wish I was a child again .. the simple pleasures of life that i would enjoy once again ... the memories of childhood I cherish till today ! Oh how I wish those rare emotions I could still portray !
Breaking all rules - or are there any ? Rural India women mostly seen in veils but some parts of the country they are really treated as equals doesn’t matter the veil .. she sat on a busy street taking a break and smoking her beedi like a boss .. cared about no one or anything around her ! There’s so many do’s and don’t’s in our society .. who makes that list anyways ? Living your life the way that makes u happy is my mantra ! Well here a second set of rules that I have broken is when it comes to editing rules in a portrait - wanna point that out for me ???
Women power - A mother , daughter , sister , wife , a lover and your best friend - she plays roles that don’t even exisit in the vocabulary ... yet in every surrounding and situation she adapts like that is second skin to her .. I feel a sense of joy when I meet women such as these in the deserts of Jaisalmer , veiled most of the times but somehow their personality under that veil is striking , a sense of strength is felt with just conversing with them .. this image was special to me ... the mother in law was the only one unveiled while the daughter in law all shy and coy veiled .. an oxymoron as they call it .. but I knew the woman under the veil displayed the same emotion of power as the one unveiled ! Power unveiled as I call it.
The art of being happy - have you wondered what really makes us happy ? I honestly look at the sadhus or holy men who leave all worldly pleasures and travel from place to place in search of peace .. even though they are in search of something they are happy with their current state . Happy is a state of mind isn’t it ? And he was happy ! He came from the south , been a sadhu for 15 years now .. he spoke great English and was a college graduate .. when I asked him why he decided to follow this path and he said don’t I look so happy ? I smiled back and yes I will only strive to be happy too !
Following the path - F A I T H - is such a deep and complexed feeling .. the feeling where you know you are taken care of but are u really is when u question yourself in difficult times .. I ask myself everyday am I being a good human being ? Am I doing the right thing ? But then when u face some unforeseen circumstances in your life everything u have been doing are questioned ... is ur faith strong enough ? Will it withhold this storm ? Walking in the dark and unknown territories for now finding that ray of light ...( full brightness recommended for this image )
An online portrait photography workshop on 13th September 2020 at 6pm IST .. learn what makes portraits that stand out from the others .. come be a part of my journey as a portrait photographer . For details DM me .
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