Taxi Clock

Taxi driver
Shot in the city of Aurangabad, India Tetsu Ozawa

The young man was waiting for a customer on the autorickshaw with a taximeter

A young man in a shirt with epaulets was sitting in the driver's seat of an auto-rickshaw parked on a town corner in Aurangabad. Beside the man, a machine could be seen, with the words 'FOR HIRE' written on it. Perhaps the object was a taximeter.

In my travels in India, I've taken many auto-rickshaws, but I've never taken an auto-rickshaw where the fare is calculated by a meter. Each time I rode it, I always haggled over the price. But this young man's auto-rickshaw seemed to calculate the price by meter. If you think about it that way, this auto-rickshaw might be unusual.

Seeing me staring intently at the meter, the young man might have thought I was a customer. Smiling, he seemed to expect that it was time to knock down the meter.

JP

Where is Aurangabad?

PHOTO DATA

No

9428

Shooting Date

Sep 2010

Posted On

August 17, 2015

Place

Aurangabad, India

Genre

Portrait Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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