The Vanishing Pier
Up close. Know variously as the broken bridge, the broken pier and the vanishing pier [of Thalankuppam], this abandoned structure is probably the most cherished treasure of Ennore.
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Looks like a painting. Awesome shot.1:36am, 30th Apr'11
Looks like a flooded temple lane with pillars to me :p. But, a nice capture.6:23pm, 1st May'11
Beautiful, especially the one below.7:59pm, 1st May'11
Ooh nice photos, the top one especially - makes me feel I’m going to be submerged any second XD Thanks for the mention! :)8:10pm, 2nd May'11
That’s a very interesting shot. Who’d have though of going under the pier? Also, thanks for mentioning Alive7:56pm, 3rd May'11
What is the bridgge for? Nice pics.6:38pm, 4th May'11
Interesting reactions to this one. Dunno about gods and temples, but standing under that pier with the waves crashing in every few seconds can definitely be filed under ‘spiritual experiences’.
Like a stairway to the sea…3:29am, 6th May'11
Man-god, walking on water and everything.
Love the tones.11:08am, 29th Apr'11