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Photographing Atlantic Puffins in Iceland

For some time, I had been wanting to travel to Iceland to photograph the Atlantic puffin, so when I decided to take a break …

A tail to remember

Monsoon in a tiger reserve has got to be one of the most invigorating experiences, ever. Till recently, there was limited access to tourists and …

Hamir: my first impression

As a fine-art photographer, I had never intended doing this book. All I had wanted to do was to create fine art prints for …

Pelicans of the Danube Delta

Without black, no color has any depth. But if you mix black with everything, suddenly there’s shadow – no, not just shadow, but fullness. …

A day with Noor and her cubs

It’s not often that one gets to spend the entire day with one of Ranthambore’s, and possibly the world’s most famous tiger, Noor. The added …

The Rajbagh crossing

We’d heard Arrowhead (T84) had been seen near the ruins of the hunting palace on  Rajbagh lake. Monkeys had been shrieking their alarms all …

Photographing eagles in Japan

Japan known for its traditional art, its tea ceremonies, sumo wrestling, its food, advancements in technology to name a few, but I could never …

Sika deer of Hokkaido, Japan

I photographed these Sika deer while i was on my way from Rausu to Koshiro in Hokkaido, Japan. I had spent three days in …

Behind the ‘Savage’ portrait

I guess its self evident why i like to refer to ‘Gowrie male IV‘ as the ‘Savage’ portrait. It all started with an early …