Bangalore has earned the epithet of ‘nature photographers’ capital’, and Karnataka is home to a large number of keen wildlife photographers. What better way to showcase their powerful imagery than through ‘Photo-Stories’?

The Honnametti Stone

May 15, 2018

Stones are great storytellers, and the true anchors of a landscape. Stones have been a great reference point over time, to provide bearings in any habitat. Nowhere else in the […]

A thousand eyes underwater

April 01, 2018

It was in the early part of the summer of 2017 and I had just completed my Advanced Open Water Diver course. Like all divers, I too was eager to […]

Gudekote Bear Sanctuary

February 15, 2018

For any wildlife aficionado, Daroji Bear Sanctuary strikes a familiar note. Daroji is a favourite haunt for Sloth Bears and wildlife enthusiasts alike. But there is another little-known bear sanctuary […]

Underwater Agumbe

January 15, 2018

Monsoon takes on a whole new meaning when you find yourself in the highest rainfall zone of the Western Ghats (also the second highest rainfall zone in India). Agumbe, a […]

The Lifeline That Is Kali

December 01, 2017

In a quiet north-western corner of Karnataka lies the little-known town of Joida. Joida is not just the largest taluk (administrative district) in Karnataka, but also boasts another unique surprise. […]

When the hills bloom

October 15, 2017

The BRT Tiger Reserve is on the easternmost edge of the Western Ghats. The reserve gets its name from the white hill on which the popular Biligiri Ranganathaswamy temple is located, […]

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