Capped langur with baby backlit at kaziranga N.P. Photographed with nikon D4s+200400vr+1.4x.
I was lucky to see this young one horned indian rhino probably few weeks old (maybe 1 or 2) with mother rhino on my visit to kaziranga last year. This time of the year when most people avoid it during rains just before park closed, it gave me a different perspective of the park and the rains made it lush green.
Photographing Elephants specially Tuskers (only male asiatic elephants have tusk and hence referred as tusker) is probably the most exciting things for me as a wildlife photographer. Once you photograph elephants and get close to them frequently & allow them to get close to you then you can never get the same excitement shooting any other animal. The adrenaline rush that a charging elephant generates is beyond compare and can be addictive if you have it frequently. Crazy as it sounds but […]
Shot this recently one evening in Kaziranga on www.wildlifephototours.com. Although I love the color image I just wanted to convert it to a monochrome and see how it looks. Here is the BW conversion with a touch of sepia. I leave this to you guys to decide which one you think looks & feels better? Click to see more of kaziranga images
Just back from a fantastic week long trip to Kaziranga in the north-east corner state of india, Assam, known for its rhinos, and tea plantations. kaziranga is also home to other animals and birds including Bengal tigers, Water buffaloes, Asian elephants, swamp deers, hog deer, wild boars etc. It is also world heritage site and no doubt with so much diversity and beauty, I found it one of the most picturesque of parks found in India. Below are some my […]