Photographer's Note

Not secluded like the original one but as steamy on a hot day afternoon.

There's something really fascinating with the indian women and the sea. So far of what I've seen, with the exception of remote Andamans and Lakshadweep, India is not blessed by beautiful turquoise beaches although the country shoreline is impressive in length.
Hence locals have to cope with rough seas, big waves, undertow currents and all sorts of fierce nature threats that we usually avoid at all costs when seeking for a seaside holiday.

However the lure for the sea is the strongest, women (more than men, I have noticed) congregate to get a fully suited bath in not more than 30cm depth and have some water fun... anyway, it starts to get dangerous deeper, as the sea brings one meter high waves, as an average.

A colorful show I could watch for hours, because of their grace, probably as fantasizing as turkish baths also.

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