WPC: Nostalgia

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“We are torn between a nostalgia for the familiar and an urge for the foreign and strange.”~ Carson McCullers

Photograph of a beach side restaurant in Goa. Recently my friend sent us a collage of the photographs of our Goa trip. It was exactly two years ago. If I am not wrong, it was either this date today or Oct 1 2013 when I got my ankle fractured during our Goa trip 😉 Fun times.

 

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5 comments

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  2. fatfreddysproject · October 1

    An image that certainly invokes nostalgia from many trips in different parts of the world. Your image was from Goa, but it could have been almost anywhere in South East Asia. I remember similar settings from hitch hiking through Greece and the then Yugoslavia 45 years ago. Ah, the care free days of youth….

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    • KG · October 1

      That is very nice to hear 🙂 and it’s true. It could be anywhere.

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  3. Cris · October 23

    Your photo brings back nostalgia for the Pacific Ocean, a place I have visited only rarely and lovingly. Not so much fhe foreground in your photograph, but just the ocean itself and the beaches that front it. Thank you for stopping by my Cee’s B&W Challenge. I imagine the Oregon coast line is a bit different than Goa. Heck, I don’t even know where Goa is, but it has ocean and that is enough for me. Nice shot.

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    • KG · October 23

      Thank you, Cris. Was glad to see your post after a while 🙂
      Oregon coast or for that matter the whole of Pacific coast, as far as I have been, is lot colder than the one in India 😉 Sometimes the long stretch of ocean is more than enough.

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