20 for 20

Another new year with full of hopes. Wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year. Let me welcome 2020 with my first post for this decade..! My favorite 20 landscapes.

Broken veins of Mother Nature

Banasurasagar Dam is located at the foot of Banasura hill that encloses the water from Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini river. It is the largest earthen dam in the country (and second largest in Asia). I was cruising through the serene waters in a speed boat, holding my camera with 70-200mm lens for some possible…

And now, save me!

Save Sambars to save the wildlife. These are one among the few that will confront quite large predators. Due to severe hunting, the population of this native Indian deer is considerably decreasing. Sambar Deer has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 2008. Source: …and now, save me! Photo by Sivaprasad K…

My first Wildlife Photography expedition

Sharing the experience from my first wildlife photography expedition – An advanced wildlife photography workshop conducted by Nikon at Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka, India.

HAMPI – Where ruins are still alive.

Hampi is one of the popular photography destination as well as a prime landmark for historic and architectural study. Sharing my photographic experience from a recent trip.

Stunning Nightscapes of Dubai

During our recent holiday to Dubai, I have experimented with night photography. This article shares some of best shots from my trials.

Dravidian Architecture at the Foothills of Nandidurga

Nandi Hills is a favourite picnic spot for Bangaloreans.  Then at its foothills, there is another, yet not so famous destination which has a long history.  Bhoga Nandeeswara is a beautiful temple complex, built from 9th to 15th centuries by various kingdoms starting from Cholas.When I got a chance to participate in a Photowalk organised by Nikon team, I went without…