When It Rains …
It is monsoon time here in Kerala, the land, blessed with stunning natural beauty. Where ever you look at, you could see thousands shades of green.
One more monsoon in the age of Covid, restricted movements and limited options to liberate yourselves.
When I got an opportunity to travel last week, I didn’t think twice and it was a much needed break indeed. Out in the wilderness, the feel was in-explainable, even with two layers of masking.
Let me share a mix of images and have a great weekend (or a week ahead) 🙂
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Good Morning … From Kerala !
A morning without a newspaper is unimaginable for most of Keralites … The day begins with a hot cup of tea and a news paper.
It’s no wonder why some of the Malayalam (mother tongue of most of Keralites) newspapers are listed among the top ones in the world by circulation.
This image was captured in the hilly district of Wayanad in Northern Kerala, where I was on a bird watching tour early in the morning.
The newspaper in picture is ‘Malayala Manorama‘ with a paid circulation of around 2.3 million (it is the fourteenth most circulated newspaper in the world. It is indeed a significant number if we consider that the total population of the state is 34 million.
Have a beautiful Sunday !!!