At nearly 600 ft. the Idukki dam is one of the tallest arch dams in the world. It is constructed across a gorge between two historic hills to harness the waters of Periyar River for generation of electricity at Moolamattom.
Boys on The Beach
Boys between the Eve’s Beach and Lighthouse beach at Kovalam, Kerala.
The name board offers “Spacial Trip, Snorkling, Fishing, Sea Roack Beach …. etc (sic)
The Sri Krishna Temple at Ambalapuzha in Kerala is famous not only for the deity but also for the paal payasam. When we visited recently we were too late for the paayasam, but had good darshan and could see the temple tank in all its pristine glory.
You are seeing this upside down.
Ponmudi is just 55 km from Trivandrum. It is picturesque and unspoilt at an altitude of 1100 metres. A nice weekend outing from the city.
Fort at Anchuthengu
Ramparts of the Fort at Anchuthengu (Anjengo) Kerala, built by British East India Company in 1696.
Paratha is a staple item in Kerala today. However, the Kerala paratha is different from the Parantha of North India. For one, it made solely of maida. It is also made from spirally rolled dough.
Sunset over Bolgatty
Nikon D7000 | Tamron 18-200 @38 mm | f / 4.5 | 1/640 sec |ISO 125 |
A common sight
Party Office, graffiti and idle men – a common sight around the Biennale venue.
The Main Venue of KMB 2018
Aspinwall house was a disused warehouse.
The way the Kochin Biennale is organized it looks tailor-made for this event.
Logo of Kochi Biennale
The Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018 has a distinct bilingual typeface throughout their signages. I started liking it.
Hope those who can not read Malayalam may also be able to follow the signages.