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A whirlwind outing to vibrant Kodaikanal with Badri Vijayaraghavan culminated in an enriching photo op experience that will last forever!

As expected the weather was refreshingly cool in comparison to the microwave season in Chennai, but the swelling crowds and vehicle noise at the hill station was most stifling.

Nevertheless, Kodai retains its exclusive charm in spite of the odds. I have showcased some pictures below of life around Kodai.There is also music playing in the background in slideshow mode !
The plains and the windmills of of Periakulam seen from the Kodaikanal hillsA Kodaikanal gondolaChurch side chit chatOutside the trinket shopRed hot Bajji's!Lakeside vendorCatch of the season!Stepping out !Coaker's Walk is now hawker's walkView from Coakers WalkBubbles..Bubbles...Ice cream vendorAt peace with the worldA lone scull stirs up the waters of the placid lakeFours at trainingFours, or is that Eights?Nines, with the cyclist in the background ??A Dabchick draws its own 'selfie' !Grey Headed Canary Flycatcher feeding off lichen on the tree trunk

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Shivakumar Thandavan ( Kumar)(non-registered)
Great Pictures Raghavan ! Really enjoyed watching them. Keep it up. Thanks for sharing .
Suguna Swamy(non-registered)
Superb pictures and snappy captions! Thanks for sharing, Rags!
Naresh Vassudhev(non-registered)
Wow. Great images. B&W is classic. I like the Rowing pics in particular - biased that I am! Feel like taking the Scull out in Kodi the next time I am there. I know you are young Badri - you don't need to stand next to the Oldest Tree to prove it! Did you guys ride through on the bike or was it a trek? We should get together sometime and make some music.


Naresh Vassudhev
Howard Youth(non-registered)
Wow, Rags. Those images are amazing. Striking, well composed, sharp, and downright artistic. And a mixed bag of very interesting subjects. Your stuff was great before, but it keeps getting better and better. A pleasure to view your stuff. Keep up the fine work, my friend.
Is there a magazine or online magazine in your neck of the woods that would publish these?
Sending all the best, and thanks for sharing these.
N. Kumar Sujatha(non-registered)
Superb Rags, enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing.

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