Coastal Scenes with the Kite and the Sign of the Moon …!

The coastal scenes in South India (Kerala) during the summer season are painted with the coconut palms bordering the lakes in confluence with the Arabian Sea;the evening lights make blushes on the frills of palm-leaves and the plants laid out wild in the untouchable corners of the shore,away from the catch of human beings. The sky which is about to fade by the setting sun was to welcome the new moon as the sign of the night and there was a colorful kite  flying in the sky as if to kiss the moon reminding a summer night’s dream…!

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The Kite with the new Moon Sign

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The Coast by the Close of the Day

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The Sea and the setting Sun

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The Wild Plants with Evening Blooms

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Coconut Palms bordering the Lakes

Corridoors in the Sunrise and the Lights on Lanka

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The white corridors of Srilanka in the morning

The sun rose over the airport of Srilanka on May with the flags shining atop dancing in the cool wind in the morning!After the less busy checking at the counters in the morning flight, the halls inside remained calm as most of the passengers vacated the inspection desks inside…outside the building,the sun rose up!spending a few minutes inside,I came out and awaited my cab to the place of stay in Srilanka;the cabin,after half an hours’ ride,brought me before the seaside resort which proved to be quite rustic but modern in outlooks;the whitewashed walls and tiles provided a feeling quite homely besides being a modern architectural set out as a whole…the wind-glowing white corridors refreshed the air inside and highlighted the daylights into the rooms;the view was very nice and bright!!

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The shore against the bright light

The wind pleasantly blown through the windows and the sea smiled with twinkling waves while I looked out to see a statue-like silhouette of a coconut tree on the sand against the upcoming sun in the sky of the Srilankan shore of  golden sand…