Kingfisher

Date Taken: 23 June 2012 | Place: Ranganathittu, Karnataka, India.

Catch It! - Brahminy Kite

Date Taken: 08 July 2012 | Place: Sangama, Karnataka, India.

Let's Make Our Planet Green

Date Taken: 23 June 2012 | Place: Ranganathittu, Karnataka, India

Over Everest

Date Taken: 21 Apr 2012 | Place: Kathmandu, Nepal

Rowing On The River Ganges

Date Taken: 17 Apr 2012 | Place: Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

President's House

Date Taken: 27 Apr 2012 | Place: New Delhi, India

Taj Mahal

Date Taken: 25 Apr 2012 | Place: Agra, India

Bangalore at Night

Date Taken: 20 May 2012 | Place: Bangalore, India

Uttarakhand - Simply the Heaven

Date Taken: 05 May 2012 | Place: Uttarakhand, India

31 March 2012

Digital Photography Graphics


Date Taken: 31 Mar 2012
Place: Bangalore, Karnataka, India



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26 March 2012

Sunset From Train


Date Taken: 26 Feb 2012
Place: Karnataka, India



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06 March 2012

Where Is My Breakfast? - Indian Roller


Date Taken: 03 Mar 2012
Place: Kemmanagundi, Karnataka, India

The Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis), also called the Blue Jay in former times is a member of the roller family of birds. They are found mainly in the Indian Subcontinent, but also in a wider arc stretching from Iraq to Thailand and are best known for the aerobatic displays of the male during the breeding season.

They are very commonly seen perched along roadside trees and wires and are commonly seen in open grassland and scrub forest habitats.

It is not migratory, but undertakes some seasonal movements. Several states in India have chosen it as their symbol.
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Indian Roller Flight Shot


Date Taken: 03 Mar 2012
Place: Kemmanagundi, Karnataka, India


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Golden Light - Indian Roller


Date Taken: 03 Mar 2012
Place: Kemmanagundi, Karnataka, India


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Pied Bushchat


Date Taken: 03 Mar 2012
Place: Kemmanagundi, Karnataka, India

The Pied Bushchat is a resident breeder in tropical southern Asia from the Greater Middle East through Pakistan, India and Bangladesh eastwards to Indonesia. They colonized Papua New Guinea around 1950. It is found in open habitats including scrub, grassland and cultivation.

Some populations are partially migratory. A ringed individual of subspecies rossorum has been recovered from Israel. The populations in India also appear to show seasonal movements but the patterns are unclear. Subspecies bicolor is found in peninsular India in winter.

In Karwar on the western coast, it is said to appear in October and stay till May but not seen during the rainy season. Said to be absent in the Baroda district of Gujarat from April to September. Claud Buchanan Ticehurst noted that it was a summer visitor to Baluchistan leaving in October and further that the birds from Baluchistan were indistinguishable from rossorum of Turkestan.
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Monochrome Myst


Date Taken: 03 Mar 2012
Place: Kemmanagundi, Karnataka, India


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