Travel Boundless July 11, 2015 Fishing | Tamil Nadu, India Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #Boat#Fishermen#India#Tamil Nadu Post navigation ← Ashes to ashes Paniya tribe woman from Wayanad → 107 thoughts on “Boundless” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Boundless…. Sune…blue is looking beautiful Reply ↓ Really cool ! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on themonkseal. Reply ↓ charming Reply ↓ Beautiful :) Love the blue! Reply ↓ more than the boat, i love the sea in the photo Reply ↓ Such a simply yet powerful image :) Reply ↓ Such eccentric blue! Reply ↓ Such a peaceful photo. Beautiful. :) Reply ↓ Great serenity…lovely capture :) Reply ↓ Great image, reminds me of Ghana Reply ↓ Amazing shot, amazing blue. Bit different from you but I like it. Peaceful and just another day out at sea with the beauty of nature :) Reply ↓ incridible shot… Reply ↓ really lovely Reply ↓ Lovely blue tone! Reply ↓ Beautiful color palette. Reply ↓ nice work Reply ↓ Perfection, what gorgeous colours. Reply ↓ Boundless in blue water…a perfect shot! :-) …. Reply ↓ wanderlust@joshi. Azure blue skies and ocean. Sigh! i long to be there. Reply ↓ Nice contemplative photo Joshi! Great shot :) Reply ↓ Excellent! Reply ↓ Love it! Reply ↓ Good work, Joshi. I like how you made the boat more subject than the man. Looks like a tough life. Reply ↓ Great composition! Reply ↓ Very piece full, tranquil. Reply ↓ The picture is glowing in the dark theme of your blog at the same time is complementing it. A wonderful shot :) Reply ↓ Immaculate frame! Reply ↓ feels like i’m floating along with this composition :-) Reply ↓ As though I can feel the water lapping at my shoes. Wonderful! Reply ↓ Perfect title for the image, Joshi! Great work, as always! Reply ↓ What a great capture… the water and the person seems so peaceful… Reply ↓ Just love, love, love it. :) Reply ↓ Boundless indeed, very peaceful. Reply ↓ The title matches perfect. Great photo! Reply ↓ Beautiful photography of fishing boat in sea. Reply ↓ Well done. Love the clarity, depth and emotions of your photo. He is so engrossed in his work and you have captured that so well. Reply ↓ Wow! Sema pic! Reply ↓ Lovely Joshi. Reply ↓ He looks peaceful as all fisherman say they do out on the water. Great photo !!!! Reply ↓ lovely colors <3 Reply ↓ Amazing! Reply ↓ Simple magnificence – a man and the sea. Beautiful, subtle colors. Reply ↓ Such beautiful simplicity. The sea is liquid complacency. Love it. Reply ↓ Complete concentration on whatever he is doing. Lovely colours. Reply ↓ horizons: water, boat, hands, sky making infinity a reality o, so, beautifully done Reply ↓ Wonderful. Apt to title boundless. Reply ↓ Nice click! Reply ↓ Reminds me of the story of Mafatu. Not Indian lore, I know but it still reminds me of it. Reply ↓ Lovely and boundless in the minimalism even. Great photo, Joshi. Reply ↓ Great view of the ocean and its vastness, with a man and his boat at work ~ great shot. Reply ↓ Such a peaceful moment. I love the shade of blue. Reply ↓ Awesome pic, can you please tell which camera and the lenses do you use? Thanks Reply ↓ Another awesome clck…. Your pictures speak volumes Reply ↓ Such a gorgeous capture of water!!! Reply ↓ wonderful pic…. Reply ↓ Great composition. Reply ↓ love the contrast of the fisherman’s red shirt against the blue of the sky and ocean! Reply ↓ nice one as usual…More over your absorb emotions of common people which is strikingly different others…. keep capturing & keep posting all the best Reply ↓ Love this Joshi! Reply ↓ Amazing capture! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Crazy Pasta Child. Reply ↓ Very cool shot! Reply ↓ Wonderful blue see! Great image! Reply ↓ The DOF and focus are tremendous! Reply ↓ Simply beautiful Reply ↓ WOW! Reply ↓ superbe ce bleu de l’eau et bon cadrage à ras de l’eau… Reply ↓ Just stunningly beautiful! Reply ↓ Fabulous capture. Reply ↓ Nice color! Reply ↓ nice one! Reply ↓ The Absolute Calm is Blue! Reply ↓ Love it. Reply ↓ Boundless…that’s a beautiful caption for this photo. Sea and its boundlessness never ceases to amaze me. http://www.frommywindowseat.com Reply ↓ the strength of loneliness …Very expressive shot Reply ↓ Beautiful composition! Have a nice week! Natallia Jolliet Reply ↓ Calmness and peace i.e., what I feel about the image. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Beaultiful sea…and the fisherman seems to be oblivious of this beauty. :) Reply ↓ I love that! The blue is so beautiful. Reply ↓ Such a beautiful blue. Reply ↓ He looks very fragile in that boat. Reply ↓ such an amazing pic, and what a coincidence I clicked the same image like this :) please do check out : http://www.vkclicks.com/2015/07/fishermen-of-goa.html Reply ↓ Serene with interesting patterns on the water. Interesting focal point on the boat and the man. Reply ↓ Beautifully serene Reply ↓ The blues in this shot are just gorgeous! Reply ↓ First time I see your image related to the sea..nicely captured! Reply ↓ Boundless indeed! Brilliant capture. Reply ↓ Loneliness of the sinner in the middle of the big blue Reply ↓ I truly love this one Joshi. Your photos are always amazing! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Carmim Lis'Bon Chic. Reply ↓ Superb Reply ↓ Beautiful Reply ↓ We are bound to the land, which may be why the boundless water is so mesmerizing. Reply ↓ Fantastic shot! Have a great end of the week! Natallia Jolliet Reply ↓ Great moment! Reply ↓ The water looks like it’s moving :) Reply ↓ Wow ! just Wow Reply ↓ I really love this shot. it is so tranquil and serene compared to so many of my own kayaking experiences where I’m either with one of the kids or my two dogs. Here’s the link: https://beyondtheflow.wordpress.com/2015/04/13/kayaking-with-two-dogs/ The Border Collie next to me, is terrified of the water but is even more angtsy about me going out in the kayak. He once swam out to my son and capsized the kayak getting on board. All that chaos, of course, makes for great stories and photos xx Rowena Reply ↓ Appreciated :) Reply ↓ Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. 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