Monday, February 01, 2016

RGB Monday

A colorful wall/graffiti near Elliot Beach, Besant Nagar!  

A colourful wall...

Other day for a change my cousin took me to the other side of the Elliot beach (an alley between the Governor’s beach bungalow and Domino’s Pizza near skating ground) where I find this wall pretty colorful to shoot. The gap was very narrow and only enough for a hatchback to pass and it was open for the people to reach the kuppam (a fishermen village) and taking this path took me further closer to the sea from the usual parking lot.

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Near the graffiti, I also find a small house temple, which perhaps the tutelary deity of the people of the kuppam, and it was too colorful to shoot. The house holds couple of small Ayyanar statues and other idols encompassed by 4 Sacred fig shrubs. 

16 comments:

Elsie Amata said...

That's a beautiful passageway. I love when people share that talents like that!

TexWisGirl said...

the wall is neat!

Sandhya said...

Now, I must visit this place! Looks beautiful!

ladyfi said...

What a wonderfully vibrant wall!

Sandi said...

Domino's Pizza! I shouldn't be surprised that they are everywhere, including India, but that did make me gasp a little. :)

Love the colors on the wall. A little bit of paint makes a world of difference.

Twilight Man said...

The wall is very colourful and vibrant. This place reminds me of Bondi Beach in Sydney where Art is everywhere!

riya mehra said...

such wonderful place to visit

Pooja Mittal said...

the entrance of the temple is so pretty
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Destination Infinity said...

Wow, the pattern on the wall is so nicely done. I love the vibrant colors on the wall :) You could have shot the Ayyanar photo without the tree branch covering one of them.

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EG CameraGirl said...

A lot of paint and work went into making that colourful wall!

LV said...

What an interesting place to see. The wall is definitely an eye catcher.

George said...

That is a beautiful wall you found. I also like the photo of the house temple.

Betsy Adams said...

The first picture with those gorgeous colors really caught my attention....

Great post, Jeevan.
Hugs,
Betsy

Devilish Angel said...

Colorful :)

L. D. said...

A lot of great color and sculptures too. It would make the journey more pleasant.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful and colorful.