Witnessing the sun rise over the ocean is a rewarding experience. As the angle of the light shifts, the sand and water transform – the sand changes from orange to a pale white with increasing daylight, while the water turns from turquoise to blue. The richness of colours at dawn (something photographers attribute to the ‘golden hour‘) are captured in this photograph.
A gloomy day in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands transforms the sea and sky from their typical vibrant blue colour to a dreary grey.
(Submitted to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Serene“)
The moon rising over a calm ocean can be quite a sight, as I found out during my trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
(Submitted to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: ‘Serene‘)
Sea and sky are separated by a thin strip of land in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India.
Beaches, such as this one in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India, are probably the best places to experience a sunrise or sunset, with the horizon completely free of obstructions and the sun’s rays reflecting off the ocean.
Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi, is, like most Mughal-era buildings, a remarkable example of symmetrical architecture. This symmetry is most evident when looking at the monument from certain angles, such as the one this photograph was taken from.