Title: Old and New
Location: Ross Island, Andaman, India
Beauty, it is said, lies in the eyes of the beholder. All things are beautiful, however, it is us who should be able to see the magic within.
Ross Island is a perfect example of this apparent subjectivity. An island, which was once the seat of the mighty British Empire, now lies in ruin. But they say the ruins have an ability to speak to your soul; to fondle the emptiness within.
And Ross Island does just that. The island, deserted decades ago, is now full of dilapidated structures reminiscent of the glorious past.
However, if you look close enough, you’ll manage to find beauty in this negative place.
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SR Travel Tip: Andaman is a treasure trove of travel escapades. We highly recommend an sunset dip in the most beautiful beaches of all – The Radha Nagar Beach of Havelock Island.
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4 thoughts on “SlowRover Snapshots #20”
Oh I love the shot. Reminds me of the Alamparai Ruins we visited in 2014. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for reading.
And Alamparai ruins? Sounds interesting. Where are they located Parul?
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