Kandigai Quarry (Kanchipuram - Tamil Nadu)

Last post I had written about my visit to Muruganatheeswarar Temple, which I visited enroute while going to Unaimancheri. Enroute I also wanted to visit a Shiva temple in Kandigai in the Kelambakkam - Vandalur Road. Trying to explore hunting for this temple, I got into a small street, where I spotted this abandoned quarry







A quarry when alive, creates an ecological imbalance. But when its dysfunctional, it does create an unusual landscape.


TO REACH THERE:
From Tambaram: 16km via Vandalur and then on Vandalur - Kelambakkam Road
From Medavakkam: 14km on Medavakkam - Mambakkam Road and then towards Vandalur at Mambakkam

Bhushavali N

An ardent traveler by passion. I am a wanderlust.. Read more about me here.

11 comments:

  1. an interesting take on quarries.... yes, once dysfunctional, i guess nature tries to reclaim her own!

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  2. I love the way you capture nature at its playful best.Keep it up.

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  3. wow someplace i'm defenitely visiting now that i've read it here:)BTW following u now. hope u return the favour:):)

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  4. simply beautifully captured shots....lovely place to visit!

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  5. @Anu, :)

    @Sowmi,
    Thank you so much for your appreciation sweetheart... :)

    @Krishna, Phivos, Team G Square,
    Thank you so much dears...

    @Sneha,
    Do visit and let me know your experiences.. :)
    And thanks a lot for following.
    I'll do the same too... :)

    @Kalyan & Ash,
    Thanks dear..

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  6. Surprising how plants and animals find their niche in the most unusual of places. Good that you are sharing this. Some photos on similar lines are at strawville.blogspot.com

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  7. @Voodooville,
    So true... I'll come by to your blog soon....

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