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Monday, January 16, 2017

Artisan at work.....



Saturday, November 5, 2016

Sunbird


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Beautiful Barbet

This beautiful "Coppersmith Barbet" visited our home looking for shelter for him and checked a few tree trunks for making nestling hole in their trunks. This bird makes his nest by carving hole in tree trunks. This happens only when your habitat is surrounded with a variety of trees.  This time I noticed a bunch of Purple Sunbird and an Indian Tree Pie too.   

Sunday, February 28, 2016


The benefit of growing flowers in your garden enables you to witness beautiful variations in forms, colours and textures. Also if one can spare some time and spend it among flowers, it helps in calming down.
Happy Sunday.

Friday, February 13, 2015





Manual focusing is better to rely upon when working with Sun Birds. At least this works for me all the time. 

Friday, August 15, 2014

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Nature's Jewels

 
Every time Nature provides you with endless opportunities at the most tough days. This was clicked on a day laden with dense fog while conducting a Wildlife Photography Workshop on December 23rd' 2012. There were a lot of cobwebs with water beads in endless patterns but this especially attracted me due to the interesting pattern of droplets looking like some jewellery.   

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

"Kashmir Agama" at Gangoti National Park

Quite a beautiful creature with one of the most adaptive coloration with hues of bright blue, turquoise, emerald green, browns, yellows and orange. Just perfect camouflage for the rocky terrains. Shot taken on the way to Gomukh Glacier.

Turbulant waters of Bhagirathi

The aggressive waters of river Bhagirathi at Gangotri are quite turbulent and they actually flow with enormous force. This particular shot was taken at 11:45 PM with 45 seconds exposure at f-11. The lights were coming from a very faintly lit bulb on the other hand behind the North Ghats.