This is one place, where I won’t mind going any number of times any time of the year.
There is something special about this place, the beautiful beach, interesting rock formations, the river joining the sea and most interesting of all, the small island off the beach.
During the time of low tide, the sea recedes and makes a way to the island, around 100 feet wide.
We can just walk to the island without getting our feet wet, but there is knee deep water on both sides.
But you get this opportunity only twice a day and that last for around an hour each.
We have to go there and come back within this short time window.
Sand is very firm here and it becomes a beautiful cricket ground every evening.
12 thoughts on “Beaches of North Kerala: Dharmadam”
Beautiful captures of a very beautiful place! 😀
Unique looking beaches. So different from what we have here.
Thanks for sharing these great images.
Thanks a lot for your nice comments and following my blog.
Wow, these are a great series of shots Sreejith. The 3rd and 5th shot I really like, as I think capturing a good silhouette is not easy…great lighting. Would love to shoot there one day! Thanks.
Thanks a lot for your kind words 🙂
Yea, this beach is quite unique. The sand is firm and the tides leaves some interesting patterns.
With respect to lighting, the small island off the beach helps a lot by blocking direct sun rays.
Beautiful pictures of a beautiful place. Love the silhouette pic !
Thanks a lot Divya 🙂
Your enticing pictures encourage my return to God’s own country……beautiful.
You are always welcome, John 🙂
I used to wonder how I missed some of the places in my native, after seeing your posts…
Hi Sreejith, I have linked this post of your’s as one of the posts for this week’s ‘A Sneak from the past’. Check out: https://vinithadileep.wordpress.com/2014/12/17/a-sneak-from-the-past-4/ 🙂
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Hello Vinitha, It’s so kind of you to mention my blog in your series, ‘A Sneak from the past’ 🙂
You really don’t know, how much, these acts of goodwill and words of appreciation is really helping me…
So nice to find Shalini’s and Vidya’s blogs here.
Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂