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RIP Machli – The Tiger Queen

The Tiger Queen died today after living a long life of almost 19 years. There are so many stories about Machli that a complete book can be written about it. She is said to be the most photographed tigress in the wild. Her legendary fight with a 14 feet crocodile is historic. I saw her first time in 2009. She was past her prime.  Her daughter T 17 had taken

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Mammals | on August, 18, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

A Tiger Portrait

Shot at Kanha National Park

Mammals | on June, 13, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

After a gap of almost two years went to Indias most visited tiger hotspot Ranthambore. 6 Safaris, 9 tigers and came back first time with a 100% score of tiger sighting in each safari. Here are some of the images  

Mammals | on May, 01, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

A family portrait

Shot at Lake Nakuru, Kenya

Mammals | on March, 22, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Secrets to enjoying photography

Get out of the chair. Go and shoot. Shoot at the every opportunity you have. Shoot what you like. Not what others want or advise until and unless they are paying for it. Dont try to copy others. I have seen people try to copy pictures even if they are not comfortable doing it the way it has been done. Love your way. Cameras or equipment is of little help.

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Blog, Mammals | on September, 06, 2012 | by | 3 Comments

Simplicity in life and photography

With “more” – its more complicated. Simplicity is always a winner. I believe the best electronic product today is from Apple and its just one thing – Touch. Look at the Google screen. So simple. That’s why they are so successful. The best pictures we like are “Simple”. But still we have a habit to complicate things. The more we want, the more complicated it gets. I never realised this

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Blog, Landscape, Mammals | on September, 05, 2012 | by | 9 Comments

The Indian Fox couple

The Indian fox forms pair bonds that may last a lifetime, but extra-pair copulations are known to occur. Throughout most of its range, the mating season starts in autumn (usually October-November) and after a gestation period approximately 50–60 days, two to four pups are born in a den. Both parents participate in pup-rearing. The pups are fully weaned about 3–4 months after emerging from the den. Pup mortality is high

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Mammals | on August, 25, 2012 | by | 1 Comments

The Hyena Teenager

Shot at Velavadar National park, Gujarat using Canon 5D MarkII and Canon 600f4

Featured, Mammals, Uncategorized | on August, 17, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

In Mom’s foot step

SHot at Masai Mara with canon 50D and Canon 600f4.

Featured, Mammals | on July, 08, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

The cautious Zebras

This was shot at Masai mara, Kenya with Canon 50D and 17-35 mm. The zebras were cautiously watching three Cheetahs approaching them

Featured, Mammals | on September, 08, 2011 | by | 0 Comments
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