Satish

Written by U.A. Satish, engineer, sales manager and photographer. You can follow him on the social web for his updates on photography.

Eleven Street Photos from Around the World

 Photo Essay, Travel  Comments Off on Eleven Street Photos from Around the World
Apr 152018
 
Walking Street; Pattaya; Thailand; street; uasatish;

I have shown here a selection of eleven street photographs from India and outside. These are candid images. None of them is posed or manipulated. The cameras that I used include SLR, mobile  phone and point & shoot. The locations cover city areas, crowded street, mountain road, bamboo forest and a medieval town.

1. Street in Rome
Rome; street; architecture; Italy; cobbled street; uasatish; buildings;

Cobblestone Street

This street is somewhere in the city centre of Rome. It is a narrow cobblestone street and lined with Continue reading »

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Odathil Palli – Heritage Mosque in Thalassery Town

 Kerala  Comments Off on Odathil Palli – Heritage Mosque in Thalassery Town
Apr 082018
 

Odathil Palli is an age-old mosque in the heart of Thalassery town. The architecture has a distinctive style which is commonly found in mosques in Kerala. Odathil Palli was reportedly built in 1806. Moosakakka Keyi was the man behind construction of the mosque. The palli or mosque is not easily visible from the road as it is behind a gate which has a padippura on top. Padippura is a traditional arched gateway on a path leading to the main building

Odathil Palli; mosque; palli; Thalassery; Tellicherry; Kerala; uasatish; copper clad roof;

Exterior of Odathil Palli with Copper-Clad Roof

Architecture of the Mosque

The architecture of the mosque shows none of the Continue reading »

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Shree Sundareshwara Temple in Kannur – Dedicated to Lord Shiva

 Kerala  Comments Off on Shree Sundareshwara Temple in Kannur – Dedicated to Lord Shiva
Apr 012018
 

Shree Sundareshwara Temple is an ancient temple in the heart of Kannur. The main deity is Lord Shiva (Sundareshwara). Other deities are of Ganapathy, Ayyappan, Kali and Nagam. The temple was consecrated in 1916.

Shree Sundareshwara Temple; Kannur; temple; Lord Shiva; Kerala; India; uasatish;

Entrance to Valiambalam

History

In the eighth century, the early inhabitants of Malabar, Continue reading »

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Ozran Beach in North Goa (Little Vagator)

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Mar 112018
 
Ozran Beach; Goa; India; Little Vagator; uasatish; beach;

Beach Beds on Ozran Beach

Ozran Beach is in North Goa. It is also known as Little Vagator because it is near Vagator Beach. Ozran Beach is small and quiet. A striking feature of the beach is that you have to climb down a steep cliff to reach the place. Ozran Beach is at the bottom of a palm fringed cliff. There are a few Continue reading »

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Singrauli – India’s Energy Capital and Home to Thermal Power Plants

 Madhya Pradesh  Comments Off on Singrauli – India’s Energy Capital and Home to Thermal Power Plants
Feb 252018
 
Singrauli; India's energy capital; coal mining; thermal power plant; India; Madhya Pradesh; uasatish; excavator;

Singrauli Coal Mines on a Cloudy Afternoon

Singrauli is the energy capital of India. The area has one billion tonnes of coal reserves. Consequently huge thermal power plants have sprung up in Singrauli. Coal mining is the major income earner here.

Singrauli is fast emerging as the power hub of India, especially for electrical power and coal. Therefore locally Continue reading »

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Rangaon Beach – Secluded Beach Near Vasai

 Maharashtra  Comments Off on Rangaon Beach – Secluded Beach Near Vasai
Feb 192018
 
Rangaon Beach; beach; Vasai; India; sky; clouds; sand; uasatish;

The Sky at Rangaon Beach

Rangaon Beach is 8.2 km from Vasai railway station. It is a secluded beach because not many people seem to have heard about it. The road leading to Rangaon Beach is narrow and two cars can Continue reading »

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Basilica of Bom Jesus in Old Goa

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Feb 122018
 

Goa; church' India; Basilica of Bom Jesus; UNESCO Heritage Building; Old Goa; Velha Goa; uasatish;

Bom Jesus BasilicaBasilica of Bom Jesus is located in Old Goa and is perhaps the most famous church in India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Jesuit church holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. Bom Jesus means Continue reading »

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Bogmalo Beach in South Goa – Sea, Sun and Sand

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Feb 052018
 
Bogmalo Beach; Goa; Bogmalo; India; sea; sand; sky; uasatish; beach;

Curve of Bogmalo Beach

Bogmalo is a seaside village in Goa. The beach is 5 km from Goa International Airport. Vasco can also be reached in 10 minutes (4.3 km). Bogmalo Beach is a clean and quiet sandy beach of about 1.5 km which curves around a bay. This place is not very crowded and is free of Continue reading »

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Six Tips to Survive Long Haul Flights

 Travel, Travel Tips  Comments Off on Six Tips to Survive Long Haul Flights
Jan 292018
 

Modern aircraft can travel long distances. But this also means that flights are longer. Long haul flights, lasting four hours or more, can be stressful. Although the stress cannot be totally eliminated, here are some tips to minimise them.

Mona Lisa; paiting; Leonardo da Vinci; Louvre Museum; Paris; France; uasatish;

Mona Lisa – Painting in Louvre Museum

1. Airlines

Choose your airline with care. Look up the reviews on them. Find out how good is their service and Continue reading »

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