It’s world cup time again and only a day away from the D day. Over last one month Keralites celebrated it breaking all barriers of religion and politics. There was only one religion, that’s football but many gods 🙂
As we had a roller coaster world cup with more twists and turns than any edition as far as I could remember, we had to find new favorites to follow after almost every stage.
With the fall of Argentina, Portugal, Germany, Spain and Brazil most of the crazy football fans are in total disappointment. But that really didn’t stop them from watching the late night showdowns as they easily switched sides.
Their passion for football could be easily be noticed if you happened to travel in Kerala over last one month. Posters, cutouts, flex boards, painted walls with colors of different national flags and graffiti filled up each and every possible public space.
One thing I have to admit regretfully is the number of flex boards that were used and it’s environmental impact.
When I published a post four years back during Fifa WC 2014 Brazil the number of flex boards were much lesser.
But, there is a positive side as well. Many fan clubs and friend circles opted to do away with flex boards and used cloth banners and other creative means to show off their loyalty.
Hope to have fitting battle tomorrow and let’s see what Croatia could achieve on this grand stage.
It truly was a Herculean attempt, ‘try to lit one hundred thousand lamps at the same time’.
Quite Unlikely to achieve the objective in open air, but, they almost did it through an incredible collective effort driven by faith…
I was lucky to get an off day and spent enough time to capture the whole action.
If you are ready to brave the hot and humid weather, you are in for a treat …
It’s festival season here in Kerala and all your senses will be stretched to the max. I guarantee you…
Last day, when I was working from home, heard drum beats and loud announcement that a temple festival related procession is on it’s way.
Wasting no time, I ran with my camera and started clicking and thought of this week’s theme, ‘Lines’.
Temple festivals are community events and almost everyone in the village contributes towards it.
It could be either money or whatever they produce, like rice, vegitables etc;
Traditional Kerala feast will be served during the festival with numerous curries rich in spices.
I have to admit that no camera could perfectly reproduce the festival colours and sounds, you have to experience it 🙂