The Alpha Female of a pack of pupps who gave me company on one of the best days at the lakes on a rather surreal morning!
Tender leaves sprout out on one of the many bushes lined up at the holding pond at Seawoods amidst a rather dramatic monsoon climate that has been engulfing most of the area for the past few days.
The monsoon comes as a much relief after the heated summer. Even though unpredictable in nature, the often heavy spells are a blessing much needed.
A multi faced miniature bronze statue of Lord Ganesha, Shot while street shopping in Delhi.
A fisherman segregates his catch after coming to the shore at the Jaigad Boat Jetty.
The pristine scared pond near the Ganpatipule temple as seen during the ‘parikrama’.
The old and scared Banyan tree that one comes across while doing a ‘parikrama’ through the hill around the Ganpatipule Temple near Ratnagiri.
The entrance to the Ganpatipule Temple near Ratnagiri. The ganesh temple at Ganaptipule is one of the Ashtavinakaya and is famous all around Maharashtra. Lord Ganesha’s ‘vahana’, the mouse, is as a statue, seated at the entrance to the temple.
The JSW temple at Kachare near Jaigad next to the JSW township.
Where the sea meets the horizon with a lone boat passing through. As seen from the Jaigad Fort.