The forest of ‘velvet’ trees – perfect place to run around trees and dance bollywood style…or simply run down the slope in full speed! (and then have a pinecone war, like we did!)
http://220.127.116.11/loader.jsSeen at Bandipur National Park, Karnataka. The mommy deer looks on as I try to get as close as possible without pissing off the daddy deer (not in the frame) to get a decent shot.
A common Monkey seen at Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka, India. This is one of the sharpest images that I have shot. Love the light on it’s face.
Nagarahole National Park forms apart of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and together with Bandipur National Park (875 sq. kms) and Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary (325 sq. kms) to its South East and Wayanad (350 sq. kms) to the South-West, is one of the last remaining and best protected habitats for endangered species like the Elephant and the Tiger.