Weekly Photo Challenge; Silhouette (2)

Waves crashing on the shore at Rockholm Beach, Kovalam, Kerela

Sunset on Rockholm Beach, Kovalam, Kerala

The last time we went to India we stayed at the Rockholm Hotel in Kovalam, Kerela.  Our room overlooked the sea, and the sea crashed on the rocks outside night and day.  We had plenty of walks in the evenings along the beach, and I took hundreds of sunset photos.

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Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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24 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge; Silhouette (2)

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  2. grannymar says:

    Very atmospheric and I love he crashing waves in the second one.


  3. danajoward says:

    Very beautiful. Sunsets on the beach are a dream of mine. I love sunsets and You have captured the theme Silhouette ! Well Done 😛


    • Barbara says:

      Thank you! When we have gone to India we have always stay on the west coast so see the evening sun setting most nights. Local people come down to the beach after work and the noise and colour and light can be quite amazing. I have some great photos somewhere of families on the beach at sunset in Ernakalum with the Chinese Fishing nets, they are really stunning. I will post them when I find them 🙂


  4. Grace says:

    I just read something about Kerala and your photos exemplified it. Great shots!


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  6. Outstanding!!!! The crashing waves are just amazing


  7. Lakshmi Pramod says:

    Nice to see a glimpse of my homeland… Wonderful capture indeed..!!


  8. eof737 says:

    This is excellent Barbara! 😉


  9. Arindam says:

    Awesome! Beautiful pictures. 🙂


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  11. Al says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words, as they say. That place looks enchanting.


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