Let’s go

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Let's go


24 thoughts on “Let’s go

  1. I am drawn to water pictures. But then again, I think most folks are. I love the sliver of neon blue in the oars.

    1. Me too , Jackie ! Water and beautiful reflections as well as ripples and waves in it never cease to amaze me .
      The boat , here , was beautifully paainted with eye catching colors.

      Thank you.


    1. Thank you so much for the kind words.
      The sea was calm in the early morning and these fishermen with the colorful boat was pleasing to the eyes.

      Thanks again ! 🙂 !


    1. This is in Kappad beach , Manu .
      It was here that Vasco de Gama from Portugal landed centuries ago.
      This historically important beach is full of life in early morning – with a calm sea.

      Thank you.


  2. Oh, my, Utham! Such a simple, universal image. Such rich, primary color. Such simplicity. This is your very best image, I think. I love this. I would never tire of this image. Congratulations. Your work came together in this image. 🙂

    1. Thank you sooooooooo much for your encouraging comments , George. I put in a lot of efforts in my spare time to improve my pictures.I am glad that you feel improvement in the quality of pictures .

      I liked this shot very much . I am happy that you too liked it . These poor fishermen in India are simple people who live simple life , srtuggling to make the both ends meet . Their colorful boats were attractive.

      Thanks , again , George.
      Please do visit the blog occasionally , when you have some free time. I promise to try to improve the pictures as much as I can.


      1. I loved this one because of its universal theme. It is so very well composed, edited, and the colors are simple and rich. It is a classic, Utham. A painting. It sticks in my head. Only really fine art sticks that way, you know. We don’t forget those kinds of images. 🙂

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