A walk along the Kolamb Cliff – CAK10

Continues from Part 9

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When my Homestay host Mr. Keluskar suggested that we go for a walk along a cliff on the Kolamb shore I readily agreed, grabbed my camera kit and set off.

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We went on to the cliff leaving Kolamb beach behind. It was a vast plateau with a trail leading to a nearby fishing village.

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It was late in the evening and the fishermen had moored their boats and presumably returned to their homes.

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Some of the boats were grounded – may be because they were not Sea-worthy anymore.

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While on our return journey Mr. Keluskar pointed out the interesting cloud formations that was constantly forming and changing shape above the sea. 

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It was nearing sunset time and I wanted to hurry back to Kolamb beach to capture the sun sinking over the waves.

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I hoped to get some good shots..

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Mr; Keluskar was very patient while I ran all over and across the beach in an effort to shoot as much as possiblle before the available light fades away..

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When shooting at beaches I tend to include a large part of the sky if it has interesting cloud patterns… 

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and I do not prefer flash photography at all since they kind of flatten out the picture…

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and I fiddle around a lot with the f-stops,aperture and speed controls to get the effect I want…

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After shooting 100s of snaps if I get at least ONE shot right I get elated..

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One thought on “A walk along the Kolamb Cliff – CAK10

  1. D. Nambiar

    Superb pictures.

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