You know how I feel about the one of your wife because I've already told you, but this one of your son is new to me. The light on his face, the smoothness of his skin, his coloring... He's so innocent looking. The love shines through in both of these, Antonio.
Devotees wait for their turn at a famous temple in Jaipur, India, on an auspicious day. Thanks to the superzoom compact I was carrying (Canon PowerShot SX10 IS), I managed to get close to the temple entrance while standing on the other side of the road! Shot in RAW (CHDK). I owe this image to the one person who turned his head around, an image with too many backs would have been inappropriate, imo.
Mayank, I agree - that one young man who has turned his head to look does make this photo sing. Your black and white treatment and the degree of "zones" that you've achieved also really enhances the image. The whites of that man's eyes, those couple of white shirt collars, the white design on the back of the dark jacket on the lower left - and the patterns of what we can glimpse through the temple's door all work so beautifully together. These highlights help draw me, along with the devout, through the doorway. I feel as though I am being carried along in the throng.
I don't know the camera you used, but I am very impressed by the way you were able to use the zoom to reach across the road for this photo. You and your camera worked really well together!