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.

As I entered the colour temperature of the sky was cool.
As I entered the colour temperature of the sky was cool.

 

Soon the low hanging clouds were making way for the yellow sun.
Soon the low hanging clouds were making way for the yellow sun.

 

And in no time did it saturate the entire sky and the water colours.
And in no time did it saturate the entire sky and the water colours alike.

 

Agonda is full of precious shells.
Agonda is full of precious shells.

 

The subtle lavender makes a first appearance.
The subtle lavender makes a first appearance.

 

The warm orange clouds, post the sun set.
The warm orange clouds, post the sun set.

 

And a contrasting pink-purple, as the night lights come to life.
And a contrasting pink-purple, as the night lights come to life.

Request: Whether travelling to Goa or any other beach, please do not pick seashells. They are essential in maintaining a healthy (coastal) ecosystem.

All images © Amrita Das
 
 

Amrita Das

Amrita is a freelance travel writer and professional travel blogger. She has been contributing to some of the top publications in India and internationally. She propagates female solo travel and shares her experiences from off-beat, culture and adventure travel through her writing.

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