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Sumit Sen

Sumit Sen Von Google bestätigt 

Birder, sometime banker, conservationist, author and wildlife photographer.

Beschäftigung: Birder, photographer and conservationist. Books include "The Sundarbans Inheritance"

Follower: 1,372,223

Cream of the Crop: 10/27/2011

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Heidi Anne Morris67,823#birdweekend NOVEMBER ! 21st & 22nd Please post some pictures of birds (feathers not flesh) ! :)  Event starts Saturday morning (gmt) ends Sunday night *MUST BE YOUR OWN PHOTO* No limit to the amount of images. *PLEASE try NOT to post whole albums at once* This is a weekend long event open to all. There will be another event 3rd weekend in December if you miss out on this one. _(this event will run every third weekend of the month)_ *PLEASE KINDLY SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS*  Share with us *:)) it's #birdweekend on Google Plus  You can post a picture in the event or if use the tag   #birdweekend  (your pictures won't show up in the event stream unless you post them directly there - BUT - if you use the   #birdweekend tag and post public - everyone will get to enjoy them)  :)))  IT'S BIRD WEEKEND ON GOOGLE PLUS2015-11-21 10:00:0040  
Landscape Photography Show13,574*Landscape Photography Show #44: Horizon - Rules-of-Thirds* Some landscape photographs really appeal to us and others seem boring. Do you know why?  Your brain is being stimulated by composition, color, and contrast and it's all subconscious.  Your photos can be more interesting and appealing by knowing rules of composition and when to break those rules. Imagine two horizontal lines in your viewfinder that divides the space into three equal spaces.  Also imagine two vertical lines that also divide the view into thirds.  You now have a grid much like the tic-tac-toe game.  The four points where the lines intersect are called focal points.  We will have more about them later and also the vertical lines.  This event will focus on those horizontal lines. Study your landscape BEFORE you shoot.  In the viewfinder, place the horizon on one of those horizontal rule-of-thirds lines.  You will have 1/3 sky and 2/3 ground or 2/3 sky and 1/3 ground.  That composition is very pleasing to the viewer.  Having your horizon dead center is often boring and not interesting.   Horizons should be level!!  If you have sky and water, then having the horizon level is a MUST!!   If you have sky and ground, the "level" becomes more complicated.  If your horizon is very curvy with rolling hills for example, you won't have a level horizon and that's OK.  Your mind's eye knows that hills aren't level.  If your horizon is the boundary between sky and land and only a slight hill, you're mind's eye won't find it appealing when looking at the photograph of that view because the horizon isn't level.   You can trick your mind's eye by adding a vertical element to the composition that the viewer will "know" is vertical such as a tree.  You might put that vertical tree on one of those vertical rule-of-thirds lines.  Your mind knows that the tree is vertical and won't mind an unlevel horizon. Knowing when to break the rules is important too but make sure you have a good reason to break the basic rules of composition.  You might try getting added drama with 10-20% sky and 80-90% ground or vice versa.  Share your landscape photograph that displays a horizon using the horizontal rule-of-thirds.  In a comment on the photograph explain how you used this technique in your composition.  If you break the horizontal rule-of-thirds, tell us what you are trying to achieve.  Other participants will be discussing how you used this technique and asking you questions.  Please join the discussion on other photographs as well.  Feel free to leave comments and discuss on the main event as well. *General Rules:* 1) Your photo MUST be ORIGINAL.  If you post the work of someone else, you will be removed from the event. 2) *You MUST have complete EXIF data for your photo.  Within the event, select your photo and view it large.  Look for the "photo details" on the right.  It should be complete with the date the photo was taken, camera and lens information, ISO, f stop, speed etc.  Photos that don'tLPS Event #44: Horizon - Rule of Thirds2015-06-08 17:00:00568  
Google India2,926,173World Photography Day celebrations in Mumbai (at Tote by the Turf) with the press and photographers. We're showing off all the amazing features Google+ Photography Features that were unveiled at I/O this year and getting a group of amateur and professional photographers together to talk about how the internet has impacted photography and where Google+ fits in.  Here's how you can join the celebrations:  Share your greatest pictures on Google+ using the hashtag #GPlusWPD Google+ celebrates World Photography Day2013-08-19 14:30:00135  

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2015-12-09 12:36:49 (227 comments; 74 reshares; 1,264 +1s; )Open 

Mother and Child
A two week old taking a transcontinental flight to attend a wedding in India.
My niece's wedding, Kolkata, India
#epl3   #olympus  

Die meisten Reshares: 81

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2016-05-08 07:57:40 (98 comments; 81 reshares; 991 +1s; )Open 

Red Avadavat male in early morning light.
Kolkata, India

Die meisten +1: 1264

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2015-12-09 12:36:49 (227 comments; 74 reshares; 1,264 +1s; )Open 

Mother and Child
A two week old taking a transcontinental flight to attend a wedding in India.
My niece's wedding, Kolkata, India
#epl3   #olympus  

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2017-06-16 15:47:39 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 58 +1s; )Open 

Tyrannosaurus rex - Artist's Impression
Tyrannosaurus rex was a large carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived in the Upper (Late) Cretaceous Period, 68 to 66 million years ago. It was 40 feet in length and stood 12 feet tall (as per one specimen)
We only have skeletal remains of T.Rex, and artists, who are fascinated with prehistoric lifeforms, have a field day in letting their creativity run riot when they want to represent a lifelike image from a skeleton!
Birds are now known to be the descendants of dinosaurs, so my interest has a reason. Especially after recent revelations have proved that dinos sported feathers! Maybe even T. Rex!:)
I will make a blog post at some date describing the logic behind the illustration. Till then, have a Jurassic Week! :D #trex #tyrannosaurus

Tyrannosaurus rex - Artist's Impression
Tyrannosaurus rex was a large carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived in the Upper (Late) Cretaceous Period, 68 to 66 million years ago. It was 40 feet in length and stood 12 feet tall (as per one specimen)
We only have skeletal remains of T.Rex, and artists, who are fascinated with prehistoric lifeforms, have a field day in letting their creativity run riot when they want to represent a lifelike image from a skeleton!
Birds are now known to be the descendants of dinosaurs, so my interest has a reason. Especially after recent revelations have proved that dinos sported feathers! Maybe even T. Rex!:)
I will make a blog post at some date describing the logic behind the illustration. Till then, have a Jurassic Week! :D #trex #tyrannosaurus___

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2017-05-29 05:06:41 (36 comments; 12 reshares; 365 +1s; )Open 

Great Barbet
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India
Note: Some branches removed during post-processing.

Great Barbet
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India
Note: Some branches removed during post-processing.___

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2017-05-20 09:42:42 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 91 +1s; )Open 

The Chair (and its owner)
This chair has seen better days for sure. But it is kept functional with a plank and rug. The sort of make-do that is so commonplace where functionality rules over style.
The owner is some kind of a handyman, and this room is his station. He also keeps some candy and snacks available. Might as well kill the dull hours making a few bucks! :)
#nikonP610 #coolpixP610

The Chair (and its owner)
This chair has seen better days for sure. But it is kept functional with a plank and rug. The sort of make-do that is so commonplace where functionality rules over style.
The owner is some kind of a handyman, and this room is his station. He also keeps some candy and snacks available. Might as well kill the dull hours making a few bucks! :)
#nikonP610 #coolpixP610___

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2017-05-19 06:57:04 (49 comments; 9 reshares; 500 +1s; )Open 

Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon
Mukkumath, Uttrakhand, India

Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon
Mukkumath, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-18 04:30:43 (14 comments; 1 reshares; 95 +1s; )Open 

A Pika , a small mammal that lives in mountainous countries in Asia.
This is possibly a Large-eared Pika
Tunganath trail, Uttrakhand, India

A Pika , a small mammal that lives in mountainous countries in Asia.
This is possibly a Large-eared Pika
Tunganath trail, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-14 06:08:50 (25 comments; 4 reshares; 305 +1s; )Open 

Black Bulbul
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India

Black Bulbul
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-13 04:25:19 (12 comments; 3 reshares; 261 +1s; )Open 

Lammergeier or Bearded Vulture
The Lammergeier is a large Old World vulture which is found over mountains, cliffs and crags. It is the only known animal that feeds almost exclusively on bone marrow.
Lammergeiers can reach a size of 125cm (49in) with a wingspan of over 2.8m (9.3ft) [Source: Wiki]
Shot this adult at Duggalbittha, Uttrakhand.

Lammergeier or Bearded Vulture
The Lammergeier is a large Old World vulture which is found over mountains, cliffs and crags. It is the only known animal that feeds almost exclusively on bone marrow.
Lammergeiers can reach a size of 125cm (49in) with a wingspan of over 2.8m (9.3ft) [Source: Wiki]
Shot this adult at Duggalbittha, Uttrakhand.___

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2017-05-12 02:47:22 (47 comments; 30 reshares; 531 +1s; )Open 

Scarlet Minivet
Male at Mukkumath, Uttrakhand, India

Scarlet Minivet
Male at Mukkumath, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-10 13:40:07 (23 comments; 4 reshares; 279 +1s; )Open 

Western Crowned Warbler

Western Crowned Warbler___

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2017-05-09 02:30:48 (14 comments; 5 reshares; 109 +1s; )Open 

The birth of the River Ganges at Devprayag
The Bhagirathi (blue-green waters) meets the Alaknanda to form India's most sacred river, and its lifeline, the Ganga or Ganges.
Hindu's consider the pure clean waters of the Bhagirathi as Ganga's source stream, while logically the greater headwaters of the Alaknanda should be the real source of the river.

The birth of the River Ganges at Devprayag
The Bhagirathi (blue-green waters) meets the Alaknanda to form India's most sacred river, and its lifeline, the Ganga or Ganges.
Hindu's consider the pure clean waters of the Bhagirathi as Ganga's source stream, while logically the greater headwaters of the Alaknanda should be the real source of the river.___

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2017-05-08 12:17:53 (22 comments; 9 reshares; 335 +1s; )Open 

Small Niltava
Male at Mukkumath, Uttranchal, India

Small Niltava
Male at Mukkumath, Uttranchal, India___

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2017-05-07 04:02:56 (14 comments; 3 reshares; 229 +1s; )Open 

Fire-capped Tit
I am at a stage in my India birding where it is always hard work to find a new species that I have not yet seen. But instead of trying to find the very rare birds, I have now decided to consolidate - find easier birds that I have missed for some reason or the other.
The Fire-capped Tit is one such species - a bird I should have seen multiple times by now, but failed.
So I was happy to make my 1st acquaintance with this charmer at Duggalbitta, Uttarakhand last month.

Fire-capped Tit
I am at a stage in my India birding where it is always hard work to find a new species that I have not yet seen. But instead of trying to find the very rare birds, I have now decided to consolidate - find easier birds that I have missed for some reason or the other.
The Fire-capped Tit is one such species - a bird I should have seen multiple times by now, but failed.
So I was happy to make my 1st acquaintance with this charmer at Duggalbitta, Uttarakhand last month.___

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2017-05-06 08:11:13 (24 comments; 13 reshares; 437 +1s; )Open 

A Verditer Flycatcher
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India

A Verditer Flycatcher
Kakragarh, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-05 15:30:15 (12 comments; 2 reshares; 83 +1s; )Open 

Himalayan Sheep Dog or Bhote (Bhotiya)
Found in the northwestern part of the Himalaya, this intelligent breed can herd sheep and are reputedly strong enough to repulse attacks by snow leopards.
Rudraprayag district, Uttrakhand, India.


Himalayan Sheep Dog or Bhote (Bhotiya)
Found in the northwestern part of the Himalaya, this intelligent breed can herd sheep and are reputedly strong enough to repulse attacks by snow leopards.
Rudraprayag district, Uttrakhand, India.
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2017-05-04 08:17:00 (45 comments; 23 reshares; 528 +1s; )Open 

Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher
Tunganath trail, Uttrakhand, India

Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher
Tunganath trail, Uttrakhand, India___

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2017-05-03 12:08:10 (11 comments; 6 reshares; 84 +1s; )Open 

Mandakini ~ She who flows calmly
A view of the River Mandakini on its way to Rudraprayag where it will drain into the Alaknanda. Considered holy by Hindus, the Mandakini originates from the Chorabari Glacier in the Himalaya near Kedarnath in Uttarakhand, India

Mandakini ~ She who flows calmly
A view of the River Mandakini on its way to Rudraprayag where it will drain into the Alaknanda. Considered holy by Hindus, the Mandakini originates from the Chorabari Glacier in the Himalaya near Kedarnath in Uttarakhand, India___

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2017-05-02 05:09:22 (24 comments; 5 reshares; 331 +1s; )Open 

Kalij Pheasant
Male at Mukkumath, Uttrakhand

Kalij Pheasant
Male at Mukkumath, Uttrakhand___

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2017-05-01 09:10:52 (41 comments; 18 reshares; 464 +1s; )Open 

Himalayan Monal , perhaps a bird that outshines even the peafowl.
Tunganath trail, Uttarakhand, India

Himalayan Monal , perhaps a bird that outshines even the peafowl.
Tunganath trail, Uttarakhand, India___

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2017-04-30 13:50:29 (26 comments; 12 reshares; 128 +1s; )Open 

The Gangotri Group of the Garhwal Himalaya as seen from Duggalbitta (30°29'11"N 79°10'36"E).
The image shows two prominent peaks of the Gangotri Group. Mount Kedarnath (6,940m) on the left and Chaukhamba IV (6,854 m) on the extreme right.
The Chaukhamba massif lies at the head of the Gangotri Glacier.

The Gangotri Group of the Garhwal Himalaya as seen from Duggalbitta (30°29'11"N 79°10'36"E).
The image shows two prominent peaks of the Gangotri Group. Mount Kedarnath (6,940m) on the left and Chaukhamba IV (6,854 m) on the extreme right.
The Chaukhamba massif lies at the head of the Gangotri Glacier.___

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2017-04-12 04:43:46 (46 comments; 2 reshares; 420 +1s; )Open 

Jungle Bush Quail
Karnataka, India

Jungle Bush Quail
Karnataka, India___

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2017-04-11 02:58:18 (25 comments; 2 reshares; 304 +1s; )Open 

A Dunlin in its winter grounds
Gajaldoba Teesta Barrage, WB, India

A Dunlin in its winter grounds
Gajaldoba Teesta Barrage, WB, India___

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2017-03-30 08:29:39 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 54 +1s; )Open 

Namak Ishq Ka

Continuing to promote a reality show contestant - Bandana Datta.
For those who like this kind of Indian film music.
In case you actually open the video, please don't forget to hit the like button. Thanks.
https://www.facebook.com/ZeeBanglaIndia/videos/2121438464617151/

Namak Ishq Ka

Continuing to promote a reality show contestant - Bandana Datta.
For those who like this kind of Indian film music.
In case you actually open the video, please don't forget to hit the like button. Thanks.
https://www.facebook.com/ZeeBanglaIndia/videos/2121438464617151/___

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2017-03-17 02:36:08 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 49 +1s; )Open 

Holi
Songs are an integral part of the The Festival of Holi.
Here is a video from a reality show of one of my favourite contestants - Bandana Datta singing Rangi Sari Gulabiya
If you like the performance you can vote for Bandana by pressing the "Like" button (if you have an FB a/c). The video plays on clicking.
Any case, have fun and enjoy :) Happy Holi #Holi
https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FZeeBanglaIndia%2Fvideos%2F2097182810376050%2F&show_text=0&width=560

Holi
Songs are an integral part of the The Festival of Holi.
Here is a video from a reality show of one of my favourite contestants - Bandana Datta singing Rangi Sari Gulabiya
If you like the performance you can vote for Bandana by pressing the "Like" button (if you have an FB a/c). The video plays on clicking.
Any case, have fun and enjoy :) Happy Holi #Holi
https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FZeeBanglaIndia%2Fvideos%2F2097182810376050%2F&show_text=0&width=560___

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2017-03-12 04:10:00 (69 comments; 25 reshares; 588 +1s; )Open 

Painted Spurfowl (female)
Hampi, Karnataka, India

Painted Spurfowl (female)
Hampi, Karnataka, India___

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2017-03-10 06:27:04 (48 comments; 24 reshares; 633 +1s; )Open 

Grey Francolin
Hampi, Karnataka, India

Grey Francolin
Hampi, Karnataka, India___

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2017-02-20 13:21:15 (18 comments; 2 reshares; 97 +1s; )Open 

Common Merganser or Goosander
A couple of females on the Teesta River. Gajoldoba, WB, India
Cheers!

Common Merganser or Goosander
A couple of females on the Teesta River. Gajoldoba, WB, India
Cheers!___

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2017-02-19 04:49:57 (30 comments; 5 reshares; 280 +1s; )Open 

Long-legged Buzzard
Shot with my Nikon Coolpix P610 at Teesta Barrage, Gajoldoba, West Bengal India #NikonP610 #CoolpixP610 #P610

Long-legged Buzzard
Shot with my Nikon Coolpix P610 at Teesta Barrage, Gajoldoba, West Bengal India #NikonP610 #CoolpixP610 #P610___

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2017-01-13 07:59:36 (13 comments; 6 reshares; 134 +1s; )Open 

Achyuta Raya Temple, Hampi
Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Karnataka, India. It was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime (around 1500 AD) and is located within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara. Achyuta Deva Raya (1529-1542) was one of the kings of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Location: 15°20'01.0"N 76°28'00.0"E #nikoncoolpixP610   #NikonP610  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampi

Achyuta Raya Temple, Hampi
Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Karnataka, India. It was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime (around 1500 AD) and is located within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara. Achyuta Deva Raya (1529-1542) was one of the kings of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Location: 15°20'01.0"N 76°28'00.0"E #nikoncoolpixP610   #NikonP610  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampi___

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2016-12-31 08:08:18 (50 comments; 17 reshares; 467 +1s; )Open 

Season's Greetings to all my friends and followers!

Wish you all a wonderful and happy 2017!

Hope to spend a lot of time here again in the new year.

Season's Greetings to all my friends and followers!

Wish you all a wonderful and happy 2017!

Hope to spend a lot of time here again in the new year.___

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2016-10-03 12:43:36 (22 comments; 4 reshares; 149 +1s; )Open 

Monsoon Birding in the Himalayas - blog post

Monsoon Birding in the Himalayas - blog post___

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2016-09-10 04:34:34 (35 comments; 8 reshares; 147 +1s; )Open 

Village Headman ,1st Century CE, Central India
A computer aided graphic that I created to illustrate my short story - "The Legend of the Buffalo-Slayer" at: http://bit.ly/buffaloslayer

Village Headman ,1st Century CE, Central India
A computer aided graphic that I created to illustrate my short story - "The Legend of the Buffalo-Slayer" at: http://bit.ly/buffaloslayer___

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2016-09-06 11:14:25 (20 comments; 1 reshares; 71 +1s; )Open 

" Her golden skin glowed in the first light, and her abundant tresses flowed over her arched back like waves of black pearls ...... No one would fail to notice the femininity of those broad hips and thin waist, but they would also not have missed her man-like shoulders and the enormous strength that flowed through the youthful body. She was indeed the supreme woman,........ "
An illustrated short story set in ancient India. Give it a read when you can :)

" Her golden skin glowed in the first light, and her abundant tresses flowed over her arched back like waves of black pearls ...... No one would fail to notice the femininity of those broad hips and thin waist, but they would also not have missed her man-like shoulders and the enormous strength that flowed through the youthful body. She was indeed the supreme woman,........ "
An illustrated short story set in ancient India. Give it a read when you can :)___

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2016-08-19 05:08:55 (16 comments; 4 reshares; 110 +1s; )Open 


Street Photography with the Moto X Play : Blog post

Note: I had shared this from Blogger yesterday but found that it was sent out privately. That was not the intention. Please ignore if you have already seen this post. Thanks!


Street Photography with the Moto X Play : Blog post

Note: I had shared this from Blogger yesterday but found that it was sent out privately. That was not the intention. Please ignore if you have already seen this post. Thanks!___

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2016-06-09 05:21:47 (110 comments; 61 reshares; 888 +1s; )Open 

Juvenile Indian Scops Owl
Kolkata, India

Juvenile Indian Scops Owl
Kolkata, India___

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2016-05-08 07:57:40 (98 comments; 81 reshares; 991 +1s; )Open 

Red Avadavat male in early morning light.
Kolkata, India

Red Avadavat male in early morning light.
Kolkata, India___

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2016-04-19 13:21:46 (63 comments; 36 reshares; 709 +1s; )Open 

Blue-throated Barbet sporting a Mohawk hairstyle :) 
Kolkata, India

Blue-throated Barbet sporting a Mohawk hairstyle :) 
Kolkata, India___

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2016-04-01 04:39:25 (67 comments; 36 reshares; 735 +1s; )Open 

Eurasian Wigeon or Widgeon (disambiguation) male in afternoon light.
Asan Barrage, India earlier this year.
Cheers!

Eurasian Wigeon or Widgeon (disambiguation) male in afternoon light.
Asan Barrage, India earlier this year.
Cheers!___

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2016-03-29 13:35:56 (24 comments; 8 reshares; 163 +1s; )Open 

Corbett Falls, Uttarakhand, India 
#monochrome   #India  

Corbett Falls, Uttarakhand, India 
#monochrome   #India  ___

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2016-03-24 13:47:42 (120 comments; 50 reshares; 970 +1s; )Open 

Sharing Love - The Tender Touch!
Street casual, Kolkata, India
Holi is the festival of colours and/or the festival of sharing love.
Happy Holi!

Sharing Love - The Tender Touch!
Street casual, Kolkata, India
Holi is the festival of colours and/or the festival of sharing love.
Happy Holi!___

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2016-03-14 07:27:55 (61 comments; 28 reshares; 579 +1s; )Open 

Red Ghost Crab , Ocypode species
Frazergunj, West Bengal, India

Red Ghost Crab , Ocypode species
Frazergunj, West Bengal, India___

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2016-02-26 14:33:53 (55 comments; 47 reshares; 855 +1s; )Open 

A Black-headed Jay ,  sitting against a complimentary background in the Dehradun Himalayas, India.

A Black-headed Jay ,  sitting against a complimentary background in the Dehradun Himalayas, India.___

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2016-02-22 11:39:12 (62 comments; 26 reshares; 847 +1s; )Open 

Here comes the Spouse!
Small Niltava female.
Dehradun, India

Here comes the Spouse!
Small Niltava female.
Dehradun, India___

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2016-02-21 13:41:36 (73 comments; 59 reshares; 956 +1s; )Open 

Small Niltava. male. Dehradun, India
Note: Branches in the background edited out using Adobe PS tools.

Small Niltava. male. Dehradun, India
Note: Branches in the background edited out using Adobe PS tools.___

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2016-01-22 16:20:39 (94 comments; 49 reshares; 742 +1s; )Open 

A Hoopoe taking off. Kolkata, India.

A Hoopoe taking off. Kolkata, India.___

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2015-12-30 14:51:56 (99 comments; 54 reshares; 794 +1s; )Open 

Siberian Rubythroat
A nice male seen yesterday in Kolkata, India.
Have a great New Year's Eve everyone!

Siberian Rubythroat
A nice male seen yesterday in Kolkata, India.
Have a great New Year's Eve everyone!___

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2015-12-18 15:43:03 (156 comments; 46 reshares; 910 +1s; )Open 

Cousins on a windowsill
Attending an Indian wedding all the way from Norway :)

Cousins on a windowsill
Attending an Indian wedding all the way from Norway :)___

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2015-12-13 16:03:11 (113 comments; 36 reshares; 723 +1s; )Open 

Earrings
This pair of earrings really made a style statement at my niece's wedding. It is possible that they are an old family heirloom.
#epl3   #olympus  

Earrings
This pair of earrings really made a style statement at my niece's wedding. It is possible that they are an old family heirloom.
#epl3   #olympus  ___

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2015-12-09 12:36:49 (227 comments; 74 reshares; 1,264 +1s; )Open 

Mother and Child
A two week old taking a transcontinental flight to attend a wedding in India.
My niece's wedding, Kolkata, India
#epl3   #olympus  

Mother and Child
A two week old taking a transcontinental flight to attend a wedding in India.
My niece's wedding, Kolkata, India
#epl3   #olympus  ___

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2015-11-26 11:22:55 (93 comments; 32 reshares; 681 +1s; )Open 

Black-headed or Tricoloured Munia
Kolkata, India

Black-headed or Tricoloured Munia
Kolkata, India___

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2015-11-21 15:53:21 (38 comments; 6 reshares; 205 +1s; )Open 

Shrooms, or do you call them mushrooms? :)
Wild mushrooms, West Bengal Himalayas, India

Shrooms, or do you call them mushrooms? :)
Wild mushrooms, West Bengal Himalayas, India___

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