At the Beach Gallery | Posted on March 11, 2014 by arjun Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
55 thoughts on “At the Beach”
The nuns are priceless! Gorgeous photo.
Thank you John!
I think that one is my favorite.
Be-au-ti-ful beaches, Arjun, and that last photo, what a glorious colour. I am transported to heaven just looking, so where would I be if I wuz there eh? 🙂 xPenx
I imagine you in all of them…wondering what they think, their perspectives, eventually walking into a shack and writing some incredible poems! 🙂
Thank you, a wonderful shot.
Thank you General. Always eager to please you! 🙂
Oh joy!!! Is that buffalo or ox going swimming too???? Good for him. He could be a body surfing buffalo~
That was exactly the expression on many tourist’s faces not all, first time for me too. Buffalo simply settled and let the waves wash him up. Quite a sight!
Wonderful ! A visual treat 🙂
Thank you Sudharshan. Glad you like them. Have a lovely day ahead 🙂
these are simply great!! can’t take my eyes of the last one!
Thank you very much Ksenia! Hope you are having a great time in Haiti 🙂
Life – beautiful! I’m sure the ox needs a bath and the nuns a bathing suit.
Ox/Buffalo had a bath, his master made sure, nuns had their share of fun, abbess’ watchful eyes had them and me too in check!
Love 🙂 the buffalo and the nuns at the end of the day in the sea beautiful !
Yup…no bars, everyone is invited to nature’s party. You have a great day Serach. Thank you so much for dropping by! 🙂
🙂 Have a splendid rest of the week you too ! ❤
Thank you very much!
You are welcome!
So much ‘diversity’ among the bathers…varied moods and motifs- so lovely.
Thank you so much for that beautiful comment Christine!! 🙂 )
Truly spectacular, Arjun!!!
Thank you so much! :))
Amazing captures! I especially loved the waves and the reflections.
Thank you very much Rekha!
You are the narrator of real life
You captured a magical interaction between boy and buffalo and buffalo and sea– and the nuns, such an unusual and effective composition with great lighting.
It happens every time and I wish I was doing more than clicking…
What do you mean? Writing? Doing a film? You have a gift to capture magic. I know that maybe you want to do more but we have to have patience, don’t we? I mean sometimes I cannot do anything. Like these days. I did write something which I may post tomorrow but it seems to have little purpose and I can’t tell if it is okay or not. Don’t dismiss the magic you have accessible to you.
I look forward to your post tomorrow Ellen. I’m hell-bent on magic, I want to experience it for once.
Your photographs have magic so it is hard to believe you don’t experience it. My post, if I post tomorrow, is certainly not magical. You get magic in people’s faces, in scenes, in illusions. You are full of magic!
All manner of life and activity on the beach-a great series of images Arjun-I particularly like the bottom photo-the light is heavenly!
Yea…I hope to do some more in future and add to this list. Thank you very much Meg!
I so dig the way you use colour – the first and last shots are so sumptuous. These are all wonderful, Arjun.
Yup. I lately realized, I often get lucky with images never with success. Funny isn’t it? lol..
Thank you very much. Have a lovely weekend! 🙂
More fabulous photo’s. I love the steer. Wonder what he felt as the waves hit his legs. Probably an odd sensation. The nuns cracked me up.
I miss my days at the beach. Summers are closing in. Time to hit the mountains. Thank you so much for showing up Yisraela. You’re awesome!!
A beach I’d like to be at, photographed brilliantly Arjun!
You deserve it totally. Thank you very much Peter!
Interesting photos – quite a different take on a beach
Thank you very much Diana! 🙂
The orange photograph is fabulous! I feel sorry for that poor beast, he’s dragging that wood around?
Why that piece of wood, I have no clue but what I witnessed, I saw a great chemistry between the master and him..
Type “Bullock cart India” on any search engine for images and you’ll be in for a shock.
Ok I will…wow!
ci sono le due anime del vostro Paese in queste splendide foto!
Abbastanza vero .. La tua interpretazione è perfetta. Grazie per essere venuto!
A universal theme, the people come and go, all exist in the same era, but in different worlds-the sea remains. A terrific series!
And everyone’s invited. Thank you for endorsing the idea. Means a lot to me. Thank you very much Elena.
Beautiful shots, Arjun
Forever again the orange draws me in like a moth!!!
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