Thursday Challenge ~WATER~

I love this week’s theme.

Not because i have many pictures to showcase, but also due to the fact that i love clicking snapshots of ย the sea.

So here are my choices for the theme this week.



1) Swimming in Mangalore:

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There is nothing better than swimming midst nature.

In Mangalore, near to our house is a pond. It gets filled during the monsoon and it becomes our own personalized swimming pool. Everyone has learned swimming from this pond. This is an iconic place of our area. And i love it. ๐Ÿ™‚ย 


2) Tungareshwar, Vasai:

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During a trek in Vasai, we came across a stream which was powerful.

It rained all morning and thus theย water flowย just kept increasing.

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We reached a certain area where the look of water was ferocious. So much water, so much force!!

3) Boating in Daman:

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Here is a picture of my much awaited trip as well were finally done with our post grad exams. What a trip. The boating experience was good too, and the trip was one happy moment for me.


4) Fishing in Muscat:


OK, don’t judge the hairstyle. I was a teenager too.

This is one picture i like a lot as my sister Rhea and i had a bet that i can catch a fish on my first attempt or no.

Guess what.

I did.


The water there was so clear. Clearer than anything i have witnessed in India.

Loved the pictures? Have any such pictures to share with me? Do leave a comment. Let’s get talking. ๐Ÿ™‚

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0 thoughts on “Thursday Challenge ~WATER~”

    1. Wow, 40 dolphins. That must have been an awesome experience. I too want to do that someday.
      You have any pictures of that experience? If yes, then do share it with me. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. The contrast between the pond waters, the rushing waters, the turbulent river and the calm boat ride is quite an interesting series. thanks for sharing!

  2. Water – one of my greatest loves: whether a sea or a river or the ocean or the rain. In many ways it’s a reflection of Mankind: It can be soft and gentle and plentiful; it can be powerful, overwhelming and destructive. It gives us Life and it has the power to form/transform us.

    In Hebrew water = mah-yim, which is a dual form. It appears in the Bible to describe the Creation – waters above and below.

    Thanks Lancelot for sharing the beautiful photos, the thoughts and glimpses of your life.
    HUGS <3

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