Sunday, January 3, 2016

A winter Sunrise over Digha beach

A winter Sunrise over Digha beach
Hey folks, greeting you warmly with a wish that's sincere for a healthy, happy and wonderful days. Wish that this new year be a messenger of joy, happiness, peace, smiles, and good times for you and your family. Happy new year 2016! I'm really happy my friends that I could conclude 2015 with a five days long motorcycle ride which I'll be blogging very soon. I have already started dreaming of riding more in this fresh year and of course click many more photos on the go. Today's photos of sunrise over the Digha beach have been pulled out from the archive of end-November weekend ride to Udaipur beach. I thought nothing better could ornament a new year greeting blog post than few visuals of the rising sun. Otherwise there's nothing new to narrate about Digha beach. It is dirty, congested and least picturesque (compared to other beaches). My hotel was adjacent to the new Digha beach and I was in a real hurry to ride back to my office and resume duty that day itself. So, I chose to forget Udaipur beach and settle with the lesser mesmerizing sunrise over the Digha beach. Moreover I was not sure whether winter fog would deprive us of the golden view.
A winter Sunrise over Digha beach

A winter Sunrise over Digha beach

A winter Sunrise over Digha beach

A winter Sunrise over Digha beach
Late risers like me are compelled to depend on forecast websites to find out the sunrise/sunset time of a particular place. In winter days the sun rises painstakingly late. Why I used 'painstakingly' you'll know only if you happen to wake up at morning four and left with nothing better to do other than waiting impatiently for a 6 o'clock sunrise. When I rode to the beach by 5:15 there were a couple of tea stalls open and not more than few dozens of tourists, half of them wrapped in shawl busy in sipping tea. It wasn't foggy around us but you never know the condition of the horizon (strictly being non-technical and skeptic) where the chief guest was supposed to take his leap. Na, it wasn't disappointing at the end. Even though it wasn't very colorful and vibrant we could at least view the sunrise over Digha beach. There was nothing poetic about it. I took the second tea of that morning and commenced my return ride. Not to forget- Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.

5 comments:

  1. superb photo :) please visit my blog www.vkclicks.com

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    1. Thanks Vishal... I'll surely visit your album :-)

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  2. Loved the pic with a man on the beach with the setting Sun. Fab
    :)

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