Moments like these are rare and I was lucky enough today (6th Nov 2019) to be at the right place at the right time to witness this short interaction between the Little Owl and Grey Squirrels at Kensington Gardens, London. Read more
Magical Scotland, something we heard all along as we planned our Scotland roadtrip and with this trip being one of our finest driving experiences, we can only agree about how truly magical the place is! Read more
Dunwoody Nature Center – Bird Photography Exhibition.
Happy to see our bird images displayed at Dunwoody Nature Center as part of a photo exhibition “An Eye For Nature Photography”. The exhibition is listed under Atlanta Celebrates Photography, largest annual community based photography festival in the US. The exhibition also displays some stunning landscape/nature captures by David Rowan as well. Read more
Nestled in the Himalayas, Bhutan is a small country with landscape ranging from lush subtropical plains in the south to the sub-alpine Himalayan mountains in the north. With Bhutan being the first and only Carbon negative country in the world, we as nature enthusiasts were excited for this trip as soon as it got planned. Read more
This sunday (10th June 2018), we decided to visit Kaldari. We were visiting this place after almost 10 months and every time we visit this place, we have got pleasantly surprised. Be it some relatively rare birds or some excellent photographic opportunities. This session was very similar to the previous one, some really good photographic opportunities as we came across Ashy Prinias, Red-rumped Swallows, Crested Hawk Eagle, Short-toed Snake Eagle, Black-winged Kite, Rock Bushquails and more! Read more
This saturday (03rd June 2018), we were off to Veer Dam. With pre-monsoon showers in last two days, the Nira river banks was a little damp and bird activity was okayish but we did get some really good opportunities to make images of common birds. Wooly-necked Storks, Barred Buttonquails, Brown Crake & a pair of Oriental Pratincoles were the highlights with 40+ bird species in total. Read more