It was a day, the more I tried to get close to my destination, the farther I spun away…
But, by end of the day, I was rewarded with a handful of images worth all the effort…
Please check out “Flavours of Fort Cochin:Part-1” to see what I planned for the day and where I ended up with 🙂
As I got down from the Junkar, it was 3 pm and I had a couple more hours to explore Biennale.
But, as I started walking to the exhibition halls, I got lost in the color around and started capturing the flavors of this beautiful place…
I had used up almost all my day wandering around… But no reason to get disappointed.
I got my reward for the exploits of a tiring day, a handful of images…
There is one philosophy I truly believe in, and that made each one of my travels, successful.
That is, “It’s the journey that matters, not the destination”…
I was in Fort Cochin for “Kochi Muziris Biennale-2014“, an incredible art festival being organized annually.
I went to the Aspinwall building and took the ticket, which is valid for the whole duration of the festival. It was only 11.30 am and I had plenty of time at hand.
I thought, let’s explore the place first and as I reached the boat jetty, an interesting ferry called Junkar caught my attention.
It was as carrying all sorts of vehicles across the busy channel(shipping lane), connecting Fort Cochin and Vypin.
I was not the only one who took this joy trip, and it provided plenty of opportunities to shoot as well.
Though there were plenty of action all around, waiting to be captured, a Biennale ticket was there in my pocket.
I haven’t visited even a single exhibition hall and there is hardly 3 hours for me to get a real over dose of art.
Waiting for the mighty Junkar, I clicked a few more images 🙂