As part of Travel photography, our author here has travelled all the way to West bengal and made this beautiful photo article of landscapes.

An evening walk through Gosaba landscapes.

The life in a village is like that of a sheep grazing in the vastness of marshy grasslands. If you want to live hustle and bustle free life, there is one and only one option; that is village life. When we feel the charming panorama of the village, at the same time can enjoy the calm and quite environment with fresh air. The backwaters enhance the village beauty.

Both happiness and sorrow!

It will touch the human mind positively. The beauty of the villages is described by the way villagers live happily in the small huts. Even though they are satisfied with their life, most of the people who live in villages are farmers and lead a simple life. Their life both happy and sorrow. Men and women work together for the welfare of their family that makes life similar to that heaven.

Life of adaptation
Everyday beautiful

A happy routine life
Humble life
Green and nourishing life
Life of Calmness
Life of Journey

While passing through the Gosaba village of kolkata, I got a chance to witness all those memorable sites. The landscapes behind every scene and the evening mist in the December gave another feeling to my story of the village. As a city girl, the way of living in the village was really a wonder.

Having had only one evening to my credit, to explore Gosaba village, a feeling of frustration crept into my mind. I wish if I could live my life there forever.

About Author

punnia-jonesNew-born and Kids photographer, Punnia Jones is from Kozhikode, Kerala. In her words, Every instance of the life tells us different stories. Each moment should be freeze and lighted. Through photography, she likes to express what she feel, in the deepest sense. For her, the camera is a canvas, people should look at her pictures just like an enthusiast who looks at a painting. She has completed her Professional Diploma in Art of photography from Creative hut institute of Photography.

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