Miniature

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My excitement elevates when I marathon behind the itty-bitty wings. The tiny wonders have been a huge motivation because they test my patience that hardly exists. I have been disastrously snail phased to comprehend species and can easily get confused, … Continued

Pipit of the southern hills

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As I keep working on my blog looking back and forth, I only realize that I need to walk more trails to watch and capture the winged beauties. I have been doing very less of South India, the hills and … Continued

Baur Reservoir

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When the cold chased me from Chopta, the undone wildlife venture called for cries! I decided to prepare myself better for the next season and slept popping a crocin. After reaching Kaladhungi, I  watched woodpeckers, walked and soaked in the … Continued

Remembering Corbett national park

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  After some hunt, I finally landed with Man -eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett  in a book store at Delhi Airport.Well, this was recommended to me by almost every wildlife enthusiast I came across. As I flipped the pages … Continued

Dawn

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Perched on diverse boughs Moments before dawn Disappearing into the self Choosing our innate zests Tandem or in solitude                                           … Continued

Kicked by cold

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I believed that my body was slowly coping with cold, altitude and all that were extreme patterns of nature, which is essential for conquering some adventures of mine. Well, Uttarakhand has become my second home, and home seems to be … Continued

Sayanora- Winter Migrants

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        In last three years of Doha, I noticed this was the longest winter. It’s April, and the spring blooms on one side, with still the chill around, it’s overly pleasant. When am tired, I go for … Continued

Malabar Parakeet

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Most often, wildlife photography is patience and luck. However, in my experience I consider myself to be soaking and getting lost rather that making those dream images. Well to add, it takes practice too. There are times when I just … Continued

Collared Kingfisher

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What looked like a large gathering of pockets of wonders, was a treasure of hundreds of islands over the blue and turquoise waters. The landing at Port Blair airport opened to the sky, and the green that spread to the … Continued

Fisher Days

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Most times nature has broken the flawed laws or patterns I have formed, and my counter with the Pied Kingfisher during my early visits to Uttarakhand was a classic example of one such experience. Until I came across the striking … Continued

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