Photographer's Note

The Neil Island coastline displays a wide variety in comparison with the other famous beaches of this region,specially with its unique rock formation,natural caves and pointed rock filled beaches at places where walking can be extremely hard and dangerous too;But that is the special attraction of this island. And not to mention of the rich diversities displayed by flora and fauna both under water and also above.The place is really secluded and is totally left alone from the spoilts of human habitation which even though existing but isn't of that massive scale to be felt anywhere near the beaches.

In this picture I tried to capture one of the rocky surfaces shared by mangrove trees whose pointed roots are sticking out and can be seen at the time of low tide when the sea water goes down quite a lot.I am told during the time of high tide all these places where you find people walking goes under water and only the upper half of the trees can be seen.And all this natural arrangements makes it possible to find an unsual view of numerous sea creatures thronging the place at the twilight hours,for which it's worth taking your position as an audience to this spectacular natural show just before sun rise or sun set.

Hope you enjoy too as you look at the picture carefully.For better understanding of the landscape there,I have attached a workshop picture with a different point of view.Please check it out too!

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