ITs been days since I have seen the sunset with orange tinge in the clouds and wind blowing over my face. That is because the monsoon clouds are always around. Today was something special, the sky had cleared up a bit, and you could see
I had been to Priyadarshini park recently, the weather was overcast. Priyadarshini park is one of the best places to hangout. The well maintained natural beauty and landscape provide some cool air to breathe, and there is ofcourse the strong winds blowing from Arabian sea.
It was the first day of July and yet no real monsoon rains here in Mumbai. (Dont forget to know the reasons for less rainfall in India.) The clouds covered the whole sky with sun peeping down on the ground frequently through the holes in
It is an amazing feeling when you spot a beautiful bird in unexpected places. In this case, it is somewhere deep inside the polluted (in all aspects) Dadar, Mumbai. While studying on my table I heard a very different bird call, and to my curiosity
House crow is one of the most common urban birds in Mumbai. It is so common that we neglect to observe the way it lives. This bird always lives in co-existence with humans for centuries. Every household in Mumbai or several other parts in India
As soon as I woke up in the morning the sweet calls of Asian Koel fell on my ears. The Koel’s calls were much louder, and out of my curiousity I peeped outside my window to see where was it coming from and there it
What a surprise! I was able to spot a coppersmith barbet in Mumbai, that too in a very crowded area like Dadar. Dadar is currently experiencing a lot of redevelopment of land. New tall buildings are being constructed everyday and the number of trees have
I gave Sewri mudflats a visit recently, to check out the migrating flamingoes arriving over there. Apart from Flamingoes, there were other birds such as wades, the great egrets, sea gulls and most vibrant; the kingfisher. Lets get to the images straight away! Flamingos will
Here are some of the pictures of the Lunar Eclipse that occurred on December 10, 2011. The moon had already entered the umbra of the earth’s shadow when it rose above the horizon in Mumbai.
I was supposed to be studying for my exams, but I had my camera in my hand and I grabbed it and took some of the shots shown below. You can see some shots are macro and others are Telephoto, while some are close up