Tiny little green vine snake, at the Abbey Falls, Coorg
A young member of the monkey clan, at Hampi’s ruins.
The ruins of Hampi paint a picture of a glorious empire. The monkeys add to the charm. This was taken near the Ram-Sita temple next to the Tungabhadra river.
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Flamingoes & an egret from the trip to Sewri Flamingo Point this year.
A fighter ram we encountered while on a street shooting excursion in Calcutta, safely of course. He was well trained, listened to his master, and rammed into only objects that was asked to hit.
One of the monkeys we met on our excursion to the Borivali National Park back in 2009.
Birding in Jaipur. Shot in December 2013.
No calendar 🙂
Where our very own @NotSoFish take a look at the world outside while their home is being cleaned by @NotSoSnob.
At the Amer Fort near Jaipur, December 2013
Fishes are part of nature.
And what about goldfish? You see them in artificial glass reservoirs, also called aquariums.
So, is shooting them really “nature photography”?
Or should I call it “still photography”?
But they hardly are still. They are the exact opposite of still.
Whatever, they are gorgeous.