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Minimalism is one of the interesting and powerful concepts or styles in photography, irrespective of the genre. 'Less is more' is a popular phrase which says: "that which is less complicated is better understood and appreciated than something that is more complicated". This is the...

The amazing wetlands of Bharatpur support a wide variety of wildlife. Birds, among them, being the most numerous. Come winter and the migration season, scores of birds throng to this place to enjoy the abundance of food, water and locations to breed. This place, then,...

Spiders (Order: Araneae, Class: Arachnida) are probably one of the more evolved group of arthropods. They have developed a highly diverse set of skills and strategies for hunting. Some stalk and run down their prey, while some wait in place for their prey to wander by, using...

Kaas, the plateau of bliss, the 'valley of flowers' of south India is a biodiversity hotspot very close to Satara, in Maharashtra. This place is well known for the annual bloom of various types of wild flowers and its amazing reptilian life. It was very...

Patterns and designs are very much an integral part of things in nature. Even the most ornate of designs or patterns have a sense of reason for their existence. Be it a perfectly aligned 'V' pattern of the high flying birds or the elaborate embellishments of its nest by...

For a long time, had been cherishing a dream of visiting the architecturally resplendent and historically significant places of Hampi, Badami, Pattadakal & Aihole. Somehow, a travel to that part of Karnataka, never materialised. During Christmas, last December, finally got my chance to go there, on a family vacation....

There is a general expression which says, “Kabini never disappoints". Don't know how many will agree with that, though :-) May be true to a certain extent, if one goes there with, not just the two biggies, a Tiger or a Leopard, in mind ;-)...

No, don't get any ideas; the title's intent is not what you are thinking. This is neither a crime report nor is the Brown Fish Owl being framed or accused of anything but of being extra generous :-) On a safari into the forests of Kabini...

Jumping spiders are very notorious, stealthy hunters and they have evolved some very effective mechanisms to protect themselves from predation. One such, is to mimic ants. Ant mimicry, or myrmecomorphy, is a phenomenon in which arthropods develop morphological resemblance to ants, either as a means of safeguarding themselves from predators...