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Many of us aspire to be wildlife photographers, whether as hobbyists or professionals. This genre of photography does not come easy. First of all, you need to spend lots of time in the outdoors, in

How a photography trip ended as a lesson on what to avoid in farming I once happened to visit Dighal wetlands, Haryana for Bird Photography. After spending the entire day on-field, it was late when I

A month-long project by the author turned into an amazing opportunity of watching the cross-species interaction of some feathered friends under a single fig tree Fruiting of a Ficus tree is a time of celebration in

Clouds kiss the tree-line and rhododendron blooms Moss covers the ghostly trees is where the phantom looms… My journey into to the fascinating world of wildlife photography started with photographing birds many years back. It was a

Being bedazzled by the larger, more obvious forms of life out there, we often overlook, or worse still, forget to acknowledge the lesser forms. Whether it is the back-breaking hardworking ant or the not-so-colourful corals

The entrance to the Keoladeo National Park or the Bharatpur bird sanctuary as it is popularly known is so mundane that the first-time visitor wonders what the brouhaha about the park is all about and

Some insects and animals use camouflage as an effective way to protect themselves from natural enemies. Camouflage works for prey as well as predators, both sides in the battle for survival. Often we miss noticing

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