Wednesday, June 05, 2013

June Photo A Day : Day 5: Environment

My picture conveys a clean environment for today's prompt: unbelievably clean beach, a beautiful expanse of blue sky above and deep blue sea beneath accompanied with unexpected solitude. 

This picture was taken during our trip to Ganpatipule last year. I posted another picture from this trip here in the 'Can't Live Without' prompt for May Photo a Day Challenge.

5th of June is World Environment Day, and it is deeply reminiscent of my work life, many light years ago. We were involved in a lot of Green Building projects and also propagating the idea of 'Green'. I used to be involved in campaigns or activities around 'Green' around the World Environment Day, since I was in Marketing Communication profile. Can't believe  that was in this life time. In fact, it was only about 2.5 years back, and feels like ages. 

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I have heard so much about this beach from friends too. Must plan a visit sometime :)

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    1. You must. I was super-surprised to see such clean beach and curious why Goa is so preferred!

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  2. That sure is clean water.
    And I'm still without a pic for today! :(

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    1. Yes, 'clean' is what comes to mind when one looks at this picture.

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  3. Looks like a lovely place. Nice pic.

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  4. Such a wonderful place this is. Clean beaches are so hard to find these days. And that too so empty.

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    1. Lovely place, it is. When we went to our resort, they had a private beach. So, when we went to the beach, there was nobody around. And we could order a few things sitting there. It was awesome.

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  5. Lovely picture and I wanna go to Ganpatipule! Have heard loads of good things about it.

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    1. You must plan on one of the weekends. It was quite a drive for us. 9 hours while going, 10 hours while coming.

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  6. A perfect picture postcard click!

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