Evening bike ride to St. Thomas Mount Chapel, Kudakkachira / Valavoor, Pala. It is very near to this place. I am not sure if the church is permanently closed or it was closed due to locked down. It is at a very remote place and the last 1KM road is very narrow that hardly a… Read More St.Thomas Mount
Found another beautiful Rubber plantation on an evening ride. Have you seen an old one? This is near Poovarany, Pala. The plastic cover is to protect rubber latex from rain water.
An abandoned house in neighbourhood. They were running a small printing press there. I remember going there for binding our school books during childhood.
Captured this from home terrace during a beautiful evening. The sky looked so dramatic for sometime which forced me to took out my camera. The three coconut trees you see below were planted by my grand father in my childhood, one for each three of us – siblings.
We have got plenty of pre-monsoon shower, also known as Mango shower, this year. To add on top, there was continuous rain fall for three days all across Kerala with the influence of the deep depression over the Arabian sea & the resulting tauktae cyclone. Kerala is also going through strict lock-down during this period… Read More Mango Shower
Did a solo bike ride to Munnar, clocking 400KMs overall. The road is in very good condition from Adimali except few broken patches. I did not stop at the town and drove directly towards Marayoor side, crossing Kannan Devan hills. It is a scenic route with greenery all over the place. Evening I drove towards… Read More Munnar
On a morning ride I found this beautiful view about 10km from my house. Its west facing, so I planned to go again on an evening to see the sunset & I got the second photo. Guess the coconut tree in this picture!
My 11th Calendar. Favourite photos from 2020 for Calendar 2021. This year I was fortunate to travel a lot locally and all the pictures are captured around 100KM radius from my home town Pala. Location names are embedded in the photos. Click here to view all my previous calendars.