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’?

Just Tigers!

January 01, 2015

Tigers eshtu?” (How many tigers?) was the most common question I faced from the moment I took charge as the first Director of the Biligiri Ranganathaswamy Temple Tiger Reserve (BRT […]

The Flowering Trees of Bangalore

October 01, 2014

With my morning cup of tea, skies still in slumber, fresh air, no sight or sound of vehicles, I peek over this open forest from my balcony and I see […]

River Tern Rendezvous

August 15, 2014

I first saw River Terns (Sterna aurantia) during a visit to Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, and fell in love with their beautiful black-capped heads, orange feet, yellow bills and grayish-white bodies. […]

The Other Side of Coorg

July 15, 2014

Coorg – anglicized from Kodagu – is a district in South Karnataka, lying between 11°56’ and 12° 52’ North Latitude and 75° 22’  and 76° 12’ East Longitude. Mythology The […]

Nightscapes

May 16, 2014

The night sky is an amazing place! We all have seen it, and we all have admired it. I am an avid star gazer and have been photographing stars for […]

Endemic Birds of the Western Ghats – Part 1

April 04, 2014

Running along the western coast of India for a distance of 1600 km and spanning 7 states is the impressive mountain range called the Western Ghats. The Western Ghats are […]

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