I am a management professional who likes to write on nature, wildlife, conservation, sustainable development, social issues, and technology. When free, I spend some time doing birdwatching and engage in nature photography.
Art & Culture
Inside these makeshift arrangements are sculptors from a tranquil town in Central India, nonchalantly engaged in modelling clay into beautiful idols of India’s most revered goddess, mother Durga.
During Shraavana nature displays her all colours. Look above, and you get to see the vast expanse of bright and clear blue sky dotted with pure white clouds which can soon turn into fierce grey overcast. Flowers blossom to their maximum beauty and the air is redolent of their sweet fragrances.
For the first few days, I didn’t try to take pictures of the birds, because I enjoyed watching them more than photographing them. The sunbirds now became accustomed to my presence, and would allow me watch them from close quarters.
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