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Explore The Elements Photo Contest 2015

Explore The Elements

I just got to know about the Thomas Cook’s ” Explore The Elements”  travel photo blogging challenge .

Explore the Elements photo blogging competition is all about capturing and expressing the four elements through travel photography. The four elements include Earth, Water, Fire and Air.

 As per the competition, I have to submit my travel photos representing these four elements.

So here are my entries for Explore the Elements contest


Represents the hard, solid objects of the earth Associated with stubbornness, collectiveness, physicality and gravity

Place – Malshej Ghat


Everything belongs to mother Earth


Represents the fluid, flowing, formless things in the world Associated with emotion, defensiveness, adaptability, flexibility, suppleness, and magnetism

Place – Bandstand


Life begins with Water


Represents the energetic, forceful, moving things in the world Associated with security, motivation, desire, intention, and an outgoing spirit

Place – Dahanu


A spark could be enough to set them ablaze


Represents things that grow, expand, and enjoy freedom of movement Associated with will, elusiveness, evasiveness, benevolence, compassion, and wisdom

Place – Bhivapuri


I am a leaf on the wind watch how I soar

Next Step, I am nominating 5 bloggers to take part in ” Explore The Elements” contest 

Priyanka Moraes 


Indah Susanti

Shubham Mansingka 


(Guys, I love your photography)

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Hi, My name is Manisha Tajne and I am from a city of dreams, Mumbai. I am a software techie by profession and “The Travel Junkie” by passion. I am passionate about travelling, exploring the places and people, knowing their food, culture and lifestyle. “The Travel Junkie” is my small start and inspiration to pursue my travelling passion and I would like to share here my travels, food and living stories or anything good I come across.


  1. Beautiful images for the theme, Manisha 🙂

    I liked the first one most, it reminds me of my travel from Mumbai to Pune 🙂

    The whole landscape looks simply stunning during monsoon, right?

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    • Thank you Sreejith!
      I agree with you, even I liked the first one most. The photo itself gives calm feeling, indeed the place “Malshej Ghat” is famous for such scenic beauty. And yes, monsoon is a best season to visit Malshej Ghat. 🙂

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