Stretched across a polite 2 kilometres of clear sands, Agonda beach is one of the most tranquil spots of Goa. I decided to steal an evening and escape to this secluded beach, before it gets dressed for the upcoming season.
The changing colours of the sun and correspondingly, the sky and waters seemed somewhat surreal. The silent ambience added to the magic. Here are some photographs from an evening I spent chasing the sun.
Request: Whether travelling to Goa or any other beach, please do not pick seashells. They are essential in maintaining a healthy (coastal) ecosystem.
I have been a travel and culture independent journalist. My bylines have appeared in many publications worldwide including National Geographic Traveller India, Lonely Planet Magazine India, The Indian Express and World Travel Magazine. A fellow of Media Ambassadors India-Germany 2019 program by Robert Bosch Stiftung and Centre for Media Competence, University of Tübingen. Currently, I am the photo editor for RoundGlass Sustain, a wildlife and conservation e-publication. I live in India.
5 thoughts on “Chasing sunset in South Goa”
love the mirror picture!
It was a beautiful evening :) Thanks!
Sunsets are always the best, eh? :-) Lovely pics.
I like sunrises too. Goa, though, sees surreal sunsets. Thanks Kat! :)