It’s not a kind of Pamela Anderson run to rescue in red swimwear those struggles for lives drown in the water offshore! Lol. But it’s just a beautiful beach watch, facing the Bay of Bengal against the Danish Fort of Tranquebar in Tharangambadi, which I visited last March while heading to Point Calimere. You might familiar with one of the fabulous ocean picture on my header with a blue yacht sailing across the sea…
|A beautiful blue yacht, |
beneath the blue sky
over the blue sea
It’s been some time I wish to check the place and what impresses me next to the still growing strong marvelous Danish Fort is, the Beach with impressive hues of green and blue. Situated 272km from Chennai on the ECR, the elevated courtyard of the fort from ground gives a stunning view on the sea with layers of blue green on surface.
There were sights of yachts sailing across frequently and some boys playing on the gushing waves that reaches out the broken walls and rocks of prevention erosion, while they throw hook for fishes. Thanks to my Canon SX220 HS to giving me the opportunity to capture the pretty blue sky and the ocean, which retreats while the noon sun was striking hard beside the cool breeze caring off.
|A Brahminy Kite or Red-backed Sea-eagle flight over the sea|
More on the Fort and travel details soon…