The colors of the sea

Shot at Willingdon Island in Kochi. The largest man-made island in India. If not for the aggressive mosquitoes, I would’ve loved to spend more time here.


17mm f/4, 6 secs at ISO 100


40mm f/4.5, 6 secs at ISO 160


4 thoughts on “The colors of the sea

  1. LOL, no mosquito’s in the winter. They rehatch in damp spring to make us miserable. Unless it continues to be dry through spring. Can never tell what the climate will be like next year.

    1. Ha ha and here I was thinking of killer mosquitoes that roam the icy winters. But the ever changing climate is worrisome. Wonder what’s up with the global warming activists. Guess they found new things to worry about..

  2. The lights reflecting on the water really draw you in. We generally have bad mosquito’s here after dark but spring was pretty dry so we’re not being too bothered. The next big rain will bring them out though. We could get as cold as -35 C in the winter, so they are very hardy.

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