In my previous post, I wrote about the Kaipunjal beach which lies in Udupi district and one of my popular photographs which has been shot in that location. That travellogue introduced to the readers this little known beach which is adjacent to the more popular Kaup beach. The story unfolded by describing the sights and sounds of this quintessential fishing town and then it finally led to the moment which made that photograph. Since the core of that article was that particular picture, I did not display any other images from that story. In this post, I am showcasing the remaining photographs from that story with excerpts from it describing the moments which went into the making of each one of these photographs.
“…The reason i want this to remain so secluded is because of that feeling I get being here. You will hardly find anybody strolling there. Few fishing boats – some of which are anchored at the shore line while others are trawling in the vicinity…..” Read more
“…I believe that it is always a place which spins a tale in the mind of an inspired author and not the the author who spins a tale about a mystic place. It must be a usual sight for them but for me its a pilgrimage every time I am here. ….”Read more
“….There was this young boy who looked barely out of school and was trying to see if he had made any catch through the fishing net he had put over night. Dad loved to converse with him in the local dialect (Tulu). He spoke to him for a considerable amount of time while me and my cousin listened to their conversation. It was sad to know that the boy had dropped out of school…..” Read more