Beautiful shots, Lakshmi. I am speechless.
wow… exquisite pics. the sunset shorts are wonderful.
Amazing pictures .. you have an art for capturing images!
Indrani -thanks..the colours and the waters make it look very beautiful
SK – I havent seen such sunsets anywhere..thanks
Cosmic Joy -thanks..the place is so beautiful that my memory stick was completely full 🙂
It has been ages since I visited a beach. Your pictures make me all the more wistful.
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how about link exchange?
Mridula – Beaches are highly refreshing …
celine -Thanks..its more like an ode to the beaches
friendly nextdoor guy – sure..:)
ok backpakker, visit my blog, click on the link on top right coloumn, leave a link there and i put up yours and you put up mine!!
I especially love the shots on the beach through the trees! Are those beach huts?
Awesome Shots.. I liked all of these pics of stunning beaches. Your blog looks more beautiful Look and feel wise. Have a nice weekend, Cheers.
These pics took me back to my karwar trip last Jan. Nice pics
Hi Lakshmi. Here I am for my at least weekly visit…And glad to be so fortunate to know this blog, where I may find some stunning pictures. Great job!Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter, where I’m still strolling around Bilbao. Look forward to reading you back there!Have a great weekend!Gil
wow nice shots 🙂
Well said Lakshmi. 🙂
hey!!travel more blog more!
FNDG – Done..Im just back from another short trip..so will be posting a bit more this week.
Stephanie -They are actually log huts on the beach.This resort is promoted by the Govt and its quite beautiful..
Pijush – Welcome back and great to see you again ..thanks for the compliments
Ajeya -Thanks..Im yet to post my piece on Karwar …
Gil /GMG -Ive just come back from another short weekend getaway and this time it was a pilgrimage..so not much time to travel..I will drop in there soon .Thanks for your comments
Nanditha, Celine, SS – Thanks a ton..quite overwhelmed with all your comments.
Beautiful, i really liked second last one. That shot is mind blowing.
Nice art of photography you have 🙂So, keep travelling.
maja madi 🙂
Nice.. .I love that place.. the sea looks so blue from the highway.. 🙂 Here are my pics of karwar.. wanted to share with you..
Amazing sight to watch the sun rise and set amongst nature….no better stress buster than this.
Sun,the sky and the sea! Sure it is a heady mix and you’ve captured it really well in your pictures. Just came back from a trip to Udupi, already missing the beaches! 🙁
Your photos are great. They make me want to visit india even more.
I’m a fellow vagabond myself. There’s nothing better than the road….
I have my own travel site. http://www.nomadicmatt.com You can check out my blog there as well as all my photos.
I’m going to keep checking back at these beautiful pictures..
Hats off to your wonderful photographs…you will get first prize if you put in photocompetation
i’m becoming envious of you, you know…
Thanks for stopping by! Your blog is also an inspiration!
Check back, I update a lot…. I’m gonna be back here. I love your photos
Jyoti – welcome back..its been a long time..thanks..the beaches are so beautiful that there is very little for me to do
Pallavi – welcome to backpakker..saw your pics..they are stunning, simply beautiful..
Shantanu- and the colours..they are so soothing ..completely agree with you.
Sur-Thanks..I just went that side again – Mangalore -Sringeri – Chikmagalur .
Nomadic Matt -welcome to backpakker and thanks for stopping by..I am simply amazed by your blog..I wish I could just travel like that
Raghu – Thanks…those are very kind words..I must tell you that there are several others who are much better ..Im just an amateur
Mark – lol..come down to India and I will show you around 🙂
absolutely fantastic photos.Hi, my name is Saurav and I am a new kid on the block in terms of blogging:-).Mine is also a travel blog but with a lot of content and few photos.Do visit by sometimes.
String of pictures 🙂 The golden beach with the tree on the left side is my facorite!
Where did you stay in Karwar? At the Jungle lodge resort? Can you please add some details about it (how the rooms were, service, activities etc).
There is lot of info on the net about karwar but hardly anything on where to stay. That post would be helpful, especially from a backpakcer 🙂
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