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Old 30th August 2010, 10:22   #16
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Oh my god. What a trip log. Superb pictures there!

I'm hooked to this thread for the wildlife.

A five star rating for this thread.
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Old 30th August 2010, 11:04   #17
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Wow.. Amazing photography. The Cobra can surely send a panic wave. Keep them coming Doc. A much deserved 5 star rating.

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Hey Abheek,

I strong believe that great photos always lie in the vision of the person who takes the photos rather than the camera and you have proved to be correct.

All photos are breathtaking… great snaps.
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Wow some great shots there Doc, i loved the "chana masal" shot though!

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Old 30th August 2010, 19:12   #20
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Wow Doc,
Amazing pics. I wish if I could ever take the pics the way you do. After checking out the pic of the snake, I really got a chill down my spine as I am terrified of snakes. Waiting for more.
95% of snakes in India are harmless. The more you enjoy their beauty the faster the fear disappears.

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Surreal!!!
Thanks for sharing.
Yeh dil maange more, actually a lot more.
Thank you. On the way.

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Oh my god. What a trip log. Superb pictures there!

I'm hooked to this thread for the wildlife.

A five star rating for this thread.
Thank you. Its more of inverterates and reptiles that I am posting here.

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Wow.. Amazing photography. The Cobra can surely send a panic wave. Keep them coming Doc. A much deserved 5 star rating.
Thank you.

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Hey Abheek,

I strong believe that great photos always lie in the vision of the person who takes the photos rather than the camera and you have proved to be correct.

All photos are breathtaking… great snaps.
You echoed what I always practice. You need a location first, then eye and then the equipment to capture what you see.

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Wow some great shots there Doc, i loved the "chana masal" shot though!
Thank you and it tasted equally good


Here are some pics which captured the mood of the monsoons....

Mist
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Escape!! Tiny bug trapped inside a rain drop trying to break free
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Land of Landscapes
Heaven & Hell @ the same place.......  Melghat Tiger Reserve here I come-land-landscapes-.jpg

Monsoon raaga
Heaven & Hell @ the same place.......  Melghat Tiger Reserve here I come-monsoon-raaga-copy.jpg

Pollen & Rain Confused Her
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Spider web with early morning rain. It is interesting to see the Y shaped line alternating with other straight lines for more support of the web. Great engineering!
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Eye of the vine snake
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Excellent pictures. I was about to ask which camera do you use, but its not the camera it your eye that gets these pictures.

My personal favorite is the Jaguar. Keep it up.

PS : Just out of curiosity, which camera and lens did you use
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Excellent pictures. I was about to ask which camera do you use, but its not the camera it your eye that gets these pictures.

My personal favorite is the Jaguar. Keep it up.

PS : Just out of curiosity, which camera and lens did you use

He did mention in the previous page about the equipment used.

Surreal is the word!! As someone said, its not the camera, its your eye and the skill which has resulted in these shots.
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Your pictures are really awesome. Great ones! Did you spot the Tiger?
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Just saw the first post and yet to go through rest. However one thing caught my eyes and that is a wrong map of India, which shows the India - Pakistan border wrongly.
Can you please take that map out or request moderators to do the needful.
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Old 30th August 2010, 22:57   #25
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Hi Doc,
Amazing pics again. The pic of the Tiny bug trapped inside the rain drop was just awesome.
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I see a pretty girl, and for a moment I don't think further, then I realise that babies should not look like that. That picture leaves me with tears in my eyes.

Wonderful pictures, as ever. Looking forward to more insects and reptiles.
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Spider web with early morning rain. It is interesting to see the Y shaped line alternating with other straight lines for more support of the web. Great engineering!
the circular lines are sticky, for the prey to get caught, the radial lines are not, for the spider to walk on them.

you can touch them and see for yourself.
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the circular lines are sticky, for the prey to get caught, the radial lines are not, for the spider to walk on them.

you can touch them and see for yourself.
Great piece of info Vivek. Thanks for sharing.

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You echoed what I always practice. You need a location first, then eye and then the equipment to capture what you see.
BINGO .....

Mist - looks like a watercolor painting. Great use of black & white mode

Escape!! Tiny bug trapped inside a rain drop trying to break free -
Guess a Macro lens used ? Great pic again.

The Spider and Rain Drop and the Eye of the vine snake stands out.
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According to me, you are the best photographer in the community.

The photoes are really good and makes even the worst thing most beautiful. I have a request to not resize the pics, I wanted to download some for walpapers but the dimension is less than required.

Please upload atleast 1024*768 if possible.
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Amazing pics Doc, I second googleman.Btw whats your weapon of choice for those superb shots.
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