Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Chandrabhaga Beachscape - I am not Afraid

Chandrabhaga Beachscape - I am not Afraid
Chandrabhaga beach is a must-stopover for tourists visiting Sun Temple of Konark from Puri. As I said in my previous posts, we did the reverse journey on an auto rickshaw under the whimsical leaky sky. A fifteen minutes ride took us to Chandrabhaga beach and I tell you, December rain is not the most enticing thing an amateur travel photographer would loof for on an otherwise colorful beach. You got to save your head, your camera and at the same time modulate your urges to get few quick clicks. I missed an umbrella but settled on clicking shots of few tourist kids who seemed to be least bothered by the drizzle (unlike me!). In Puri and its nearby regions, like Chandrabhaga, the waves are always huge, grumbling and carry a grayish brown hue which make it look more fearful and unpredictable. But my ever moving subjects- the playful siblings gave a damn to the snobby sea at the background. Please suggest if I could come up with a better caption for these photos than "I am not Afraid". See you friends with more travel clicks.
Chandrabhaga Beachscape - I am not Afraid

12 comments:

  1. Nice clicks.."I'm Not Afraid" sounds apt :-)

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    1. Thanks for supporting the caption comrade :-P

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  2. Lovely pics, Anunoy!
    Yes, the Chandrabhaga beach is another pristine beach of Odisha.
    Not many are aware...

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    1. Thanks Anita... I think tourists who're routinely brought here by tourism buses get too less time to absorb the essence of Chandrabhaga :-)

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  3. wowow lovely pictures.. and a lovely beach...

    Bikram's

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    1. Thanks Bikram... Unfortunately wicked rain did spoil our beach patrol :-D

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  4. The caption is apt. It seems like the elder one is saying 'I am not afraid' to his brother.
    Lovely clicks

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    1. I took it as his little sister :-O
      Now are you confused Manogna? :-P

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    2. oh-oh...i thought the younger one was a boy too!
      If not, then i should say the hairstylist needs to take the credit or blame! :P

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    3. Hahaaa... waise bhi ajkaal there's a term trending in every store- "unisex" :-))

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  5. Brilliantly Captured :)

    www.ananyatales.com

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