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House by the Beach

A small bright house right by the sea, at Mukka village, Mangalore. Most of the people living in the area are fisher-folk. During the monsoons, when the sea is rough, it gets quite scary, they say. We had just gone on a weekend drive, and we happened to park the car there. The residents of this house were curious to know why we had driven all the way up there, when we have enough beaches closer home. And the little girl of the house was very excited to show me her puppy, which seemed to be even more excited (what with me being scared of dogs), and jumped all over me!

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  1. ah so lovely... I would love to be here :-)

  2. house in the lap of nature, i wish i could have own such a house. ask them whether they are willing to sell it...
    nicely captured.

  3. Nice find, Priyanka. The location is perfect to own a house.

  4. I feel like I have seen this house before :) it's so sweet. Maybe it's one of those picture in my memory because we drove pass Mangalore so many times.

    1. Hmmm, such sights are common along the coast, this one was a little interior from the main highway though. Thanks Tes, for stopping by!

  5. Wow lovely pic! very refreshing.

  6. Well composed and the puppy must have reduced your fear of dogs ;)

    1. Not really, I was as scared as ever! Thanks Magiceye :)

  7. A house by the beach.. Dreamy! Beautiful click. :)


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