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    Rhinoscape

    During mid-day scorching heat of late October, a Greater one-horned Rhino taking bath in a small ditch on the backdrop of Bhutan hills, here in Manas
    Olympus OMD EM 1 + Zuiko 12-40mm
    ISO 200,...
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    My job then was to build a nest as soon as possible. I cannot climb large trees. So I built a nest on the branches of a China rose plant at about one and half metre above ground and carefully placed...
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    I was dumbfounded to see their sense of responsibility, to see their intelligence and fearlessness at the time of genuine crisis. They could feel that the chick could in no way be brought back to...
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    The bird then put the dead spider in the mouth of the chick with care.
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    And the one in the ground was still making a desperate attempt to save their offspring. At that moment it was not possible to identify which one was the mother and which one the father. After some...
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    I had to look down towards the ground. By the time at 8 am the concrete terrace was quite hot. There was a cane basket kept upside down, some small broken pieces of bricks strewn here and there. I...
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    In the meantime they were emitting shrill sound frequently. They were two of them, one was holding a white spider in its mouth and attention towards the ground.
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    I was very happy with my shots but became very curious as to why these birds were coming so close to me and were not fleeing away considering my presence as their danger? They were hoppinig in...
  9. Failure in my artistic life and a White-eye's chick

    We all look for some works which ignites our passion and Iím no exception in that. One big problem in our poor country is that most people do not find joy in their own professions. There may be many...
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    Exposing the true/original colour of a bird is a...

    Exposing the true/original colour of a bird is a big challenge to every photographer. You may notice that authors like Inskipp, Rusmussen etc prefer hand sketches of bird for field guide not...
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    This is good Tanmoy. Again I wish to see a wider...

    This is good Tanmoy. Again I wish to see a wider version. Did you get it in Aperture mode? IMO, you can increase ISO a bit and get a higher shutter speed. cropping always decreases details. Pose of...
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    Nice... also wish to see a wider version. Samrat

    Nice... also wish to see a wider version.
    Samrat
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    @Sabyasachi da Yes, took this in early morning....

    @Sabyasachi da
    Yes, took this in early morning. I agree with you and same is here in north-east hilly towns. Nainital is crowded but cleaner than Darjeeling, Gangtok etc... birding in outside of...
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    Nice to see this species. Keep sharing your...

    Nice to see this species. Keep sharing your work... How much cropped is this... Also like to see a vertical composition.
    Dear Tanmoy bhai, I have another point to mention, although this is my...
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    Thanks Mrudul ji, just came back from...

    Thanks Mrudul ji, just came back from uttarakhand.. It was a week-long trip... Amazing place for birding... Poaching, hunting is much less than Eastern Himalayas...
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    Black-chinned Babbler

    Photographed in village Jakh, near Knachi Dham Temple of Nainital. A common bird in Uttarakhand.
    Canon 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 800, 1/160, f4.5, -0.3 small cropped.
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    Emerald Cuckoo (Juvenile)

    From Digboi oil field, Tisukia, Upper Assam.
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 1600, 1/400, f4, EC +0.7 step, cropped
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    Monsoon in Assam

    A flooded Tea garden in Tinsukia, Upper Assam
    Olympus OMD EM1 + Zuiko 12-40 PRO
    ISO 500, 1/640, f7.1, full frame
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    Thanks Sandipan. @Mrudil ji, only main road...

    Thanks Sandipan.
    @Mrudil ji, only main road toward Bhutan is open now. water has been entered into lowland of Manas. Till date no casualty of Rhino, elephant or Gaur.
    @Shakti da, beautifully...
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    Wow. superb. loved a lot. TFS Samrat

    Wow. superb. loved a lot. TFS
    Samrat
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    Good anticipation... +1 with Mrudul ji about...

    Good anticipation... +1 with Mrudul ji about focus. Nice image, loved the colour. TFS
    Samrat
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    Rhino of Manas

    Photographed in Manas in 2017 April.
    Canon 7D + Canon 500mm f4, Handheld
    ISO 320, 1/500, f4, -0.3, crop from right side for composition
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    In the final frame there will be both, Male and...

    In the final frame there will be both, Male and female. Displaying male and female is accepting him. Only 500 (Not more than that) individuals are there in our Earth. Manas is good place to see them....
  24. This is actually lower Neora valley Range of...

    This is actually lower Neora valley Range of Eastern Himalaya. From Siliguri or Bagdogra it is 2.5 to 3 hrs drive distance. Nearest Railhead is New Mal junction. Here Samsing is a famous tourist...
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    Thanks Mrudul ji. Prashant ji, +1 with you....

    Thanks Mrudul ji.

    Prashant ji, +1 with you. Thanks for your input. It was my temporary sketch in field. The final one is yet to be done....

    Thank you very much again for your observation.
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