The Monkey King

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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, & a Boat

Flamingoes & an egret from the trip to Sewri Flamingo Point this year.

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Proud Ram

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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.

September 2013: Golden Pair

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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.