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  1. wow! habitat and rareness well captured. Thanks...

    wow! habitat and rareness well captured. Thanks for sharing. Congrats on the sighting. Thanks for sharing :)
  2. Thank you all! @Saktipada, will definitely go...

    Thank you all! @Saktipada, will definitely go through that section.
  3. Winter's here, hold your loved ones tight!

    Noticed these spotted owlets near my house, cuddling and trying to keep themselves warm. Lighting was poor as it was completely cloudy, managed to get this though.
    EXIF:
    Aperture: f/5.6
    Shutter:...
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    Fish-Happy

    Thanks to the approaching winter months, the dark clouds are now replaced with clear blue skies that makes the light 'photography- friendly'.
    Hence I paid a visit to these rather busy Spot-billed...
  5. I think for things to get atleast a little...

    I think for things to get atleast a little better, wildlife laws have to be strengthened by making punishments for offences, strict and serious.
    And I share the same view with Paramvir Singh. I...
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    Will try reposting the image vertically. Exif is...

    Will try reposting the image vertically.
    Exif is as follows;
    Shutter 1/400 seconds
    ISO 400
    Aperture f/5.6
    Ev 0
    Focal length 250 mm
    Canon EOS 550D, 55-250mm lens
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    Little things make a big, big difference/impact....

    Little things make a big, big difference/impact. If only people knew the repercussions created by those little things.
    Thanks for sharing a worthy note.
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    Owlet mischief

    It is always fascinating to observe the behavior of owlets, mainly because of their adorable child-like appeal. I spotted a few spotted owlets in Bangalore that were living in a huge tree, well...
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    Sabyasachi ji, the place was as big as 2 football...

    Sabyasachi ji, the place was as big as 2 football fields joined together. I remember seeing 3 to 5 of these.
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    Thanks kaleeswara. Will keep in mind about bird's...

    Thanks kaleeswara. Will keep in mind about bird's position.
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    Nice behaviour captured. They look cute when they...

    Nice behaviour captured. They look cute when they stand up with curiosity. A low angle shot would've been better I feel.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Thank you for the feedback, mrudul and roopak :)

    Thank you for the feedback, mrudul and roopak :)
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    Thanks everyone :) As you mentioned sabyasachi...

    Thanks everyone :)
    As you mentioned sabyasachi ji..On speaking to a few guides, I was told that leopard sightings are very rare.
    I also found out that there have been instances where an asiatic...
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    Glossy Ibis.

    Made this image in Porbandar, Gujarat last year December. Witnessed this bird for the first time and it was very shy. I managed to take cover behind bushes while approaching it. The golden light does...
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    Spotted beauty

    The Indian Leopard in its most natural habitat.
    I made this image in Gujarat's famous GIR forest in November 2012. We were tracing the calls of a sambar deer far away and then had to suddenly stop...
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    Aptly said Mr Sabyasachi. It's all in the mind,...

    Aptly said Mr Sabyasachi. It's all in the mind, it's totally upto us to control ourselves from littering. If people can follow the rule abroad, they might as well do it here regardless of the...
  17. Is it right to hunt Supposed 'man-eater' leopards?

    Read this article on Deccan chronicle:

    "Hyderabad: Days after the controversy of killing a “man-eating” leopard, Hyderabad’s Shafat Ali Khan shot dead another man-eating leopard in Mandi, Himachal...
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    Thank you all :)

    Thank you all :)
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    Aptly said about the ban of plastic around...

    Aptly said about the ban of plastic around reserves. Enforcing that would be a task but if administered properly by the Govt (which is highly unlikely most of the times), could bring out great...
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    Nice behavior captured. The space around them...

    Nice behavior captured. The space around them really talks about the habitat in Kaziranga. I wished that the tree on the right didn't come in the way. Thanks for sharing :)
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    Thank you Mrudul. The lake was some place near...

    Thank you Mrudul. The lake was some place near jakkur, I'm not sure of the area's name.
    I went through Kodigehalli to get to it.
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    Tigers don't like bottles

    I found this sight very close to the Moharli MTDC guest house situated near Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve. The park has definitely improved taking into account certain areas like vehicular discipline...
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    Tiger country!

    Ok, So after photographing most mammals, I was eager to experience my first Tiger moment. My luck remained inactive in Kabini and Bandipur but after hearing and seeing tempting 'Tadobian stories', I...
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    Spot-Billed Pelican

    Luckily, the rains spared me half a day by not showing up on this outskirt of Bangalore, making it photography-friendly.
    Pelicans here nest on small islands on the lake. Unfortunately, locals...
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    Scaly breasted Munia

    Shot this on the outskirts of Bangalore.

    ISO 400
    Shutter 1/320 sec
    Aperture f/5.6
    Focal length 250mm
    Manual White Balance.

    Happy World Photography day! :)
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