The water’s edge.

Gentle lapping of the waves, birdsong, and the rustle of fishermen going about their chores commingle as the curtain rises on a misty morning in Siridona, Goa. A short video below captures the rhythms. This is a follow-up to the preceding post, Serene Siridona.

Fishermen sorting fish in Siridona, Goa

Sorting the catch of the morning
5D Mark II, TS-E 24L II

 
Fisherman Caetano Piris in Siridona, Goa

Caetano Piris, Siridona fisherman
5D Mark II, Zeiss ZE 50 f/2 MP

 

 
 
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Poetry of light.

The sequence from pre-dawn to post-sunrise one sublime February morning in the coastal village of Siridona in Goa. The next entry will figure the human element.

Dawn in Siridona, Goa

Pink dawn
5D Mark II, Zeiss ZE 50 f/2 MP

 
Morning in Siridona, Goa

Early morning mist
5D Mark II, TS-E 24L II

 
Sunrise in Siridona, Goa

The sun rises
5D Mark II, Zeiss ZE 50 f/2 MP

 
Sunrise in Siridona, Goa

Bird’s eye view
5D Mark II, Zeiss ZE 100 f/2 MP

 
 
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  • Mervyn Lobo - December 16, 2014 - 8:40 am

    Good stuffReplyCancel

Birthplace of Iceland’s beloved hero.

Hrafnseyri is best known as the birthplace of Jón Sigurðsson, the pioneer of Iceland‘s independence movement. This ancient parsonage and farm on Arnarfjörður has an even earlier history. It is named after Hrafn Sveinbjarnarson who lived around the 13th C, and is said to be the first trained doctor in Iceland.

Hrafnseyri, Westfjords, Iceland

Hrafnseyri
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
Church at Hrafnseyri, Westfjords, Iceland

Hrafnseyri church
5D Mark III, 24-105L

 
 
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  • jc - December 12, 2014 - 3:22 pm

    Rajanbab…..Love these pics. Thank you very much for sharing

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I met the lovely Gunnhild in Höfn in southeast Iceland. She is from the Faroe Islands.

The first portrait was taken outdoors (hence the squint).

Gunnhild from Faroe Islands

 
Gunnhild from the Faroe Islands

Gunnhild from the Faroe Islands
5D Mark III, 70-200L f/2.8 IS II

 
 
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  • Premanand - December 8, 2014 - 8:26 am

    The flawless skin is a result of, as Kamat Bab said, Icelandic genes or make-up or Ms. Photoshop? But, nonetheless, “Sundar”!ReplyCancel

  • Nandkumar M. Kamat - December 8, 2014 - 7:51 am

    An image straight from works of Khalil Gibran implying youth, joy and innocence. The purity of the country shines in this genetically pure portraitReplyCancel