Beach-front Cafe



The view from a quiet beachfront cafe in Pondicherry conveys the lazy mood of the afternoon complete with a high contrast azure and white sky, people-less streets and one solitary observer lost in his own thoughts...

Pondicherry, for the most part, is a quaint and quiet little Union Territory on the south-east coast of India, a few hours north of Chennai. Though this picture could've been shot just about anywhere in the world, it's the epitome of the typical Pondicherry afternoon.

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Pentax ME II Super, 50mm
Kodak 400 ISO
2004, Pondicherry, India

7 comments:

aldrin at: June 20, 2004 5:28 PM said...

okie, that almost adds pondicherry to my list of
'going-to-go-here-sometime-soon' places. :)

Sahil at: June 20, 2004 7:00 PM said...

Thanks for dropping in Aldrin.
And yes, do go to Pondicherry when you get the time... You might just like the place as much as I did...!

Anonymous at: June 20, 2004 8:58 PM said...

The view is amazing. Love the way you've captured it. Leaves me wanting to see more, and I am, when I visit it. :)

Sarika

Sahil at: June 20, 2004 11:12 PM said...

Love the way you've captured itThanks again Sarika...

Anonymous at: June 21, 2004 1:55 PM said...

Hey I think I had breakfast there when I was there last. It sure looks like that place from that view :)

Ritu.

Sahil at: June 21, 2004 4:27 PM said...

Could be Ritu... I don't know which place you're talking about... He heh...
This one's smack on beach road though...

Anonymous at: June 22, 2004 8:34 PM said...

Then I am sure it is the one....by beach you mean the gravel beach right? Like the bombay drive??

R