It is so sad the prejudices that people have. Not only can we unjustly despise other nationalities and races, but these inner biases can also play out against certain dog breeds. There are some dogs that are a bit harder to get adopted simply because of their breed. That is where the dog rescue photography comes in!“India” was a 5 month old puppy that was picked up by an Animal Control Officer on July 16, 2018. She was cute…! She was playful…! She was just a puppy…! So what would it... continue reading
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Dear All dreamstimers ! This is long time when I was started photography and being exclusive for the dreamstime. Since that time I found boost in my photography life when I thought that trying is the best part of any work .In the Month of 14 May on 2018 ,I again started uploading images on dreamstime that I almost stopped from more than 1 years. Sorry for the late but I am just sharing my experiences. In the month of May I started photography when I was in office and thought suddenly strike... continue reading
Kathakali is one of the major forms of classical Indian dance. It is a "story play" genre of art, but one distinguished by the elaborately colorful make-up, costumes and facemasks that the traditionally male actor-dancers wear. Kathakali primarily developed as a Hindu performance art in the Malayalam-speaking southwestern region of India .Katakali is similar to MohiniyattamKathakali's roots are unclear. The fully developed style of Kathakali originated around the 17th century,... continue reading
I just stood there in awe looking at that root bridge. A classic example of the symbiotic relation between humans and nature.This bridge is about 180 years old and it is over the Thylong river.(in India) It is worth mentioning here that the four major clans, Khongsar, Khongthohrem, Khongliar and the Nohwet village had a major role to play in the creation of this living root bridge. You have to go down about 450 steps from the road level to reach the bridge.The entry fee to visit the... continue reading
For the first time, I had several pictures of a same destination in the DT Editor's Choice!Last November, I went for a 16-days journeys to Rajasthan, India, with a few photographers friends, from Jaipur to Udaipur, with in aim to be in Pushkar for the Camel Fair and in Bundi for the Festival. We visit also Jodhpur, the blue city, Jaisalmer, at the door of the desert, Ranakpur and Udaipur.I had my two cameras Canon 1DX and 7D with 24-105 and 100-400 L Series Lenses and I brought... continue reading
Have you visited a place for what it's known for, only to get lost in the pleasure of the "on road" experience? Rajasthan, India's desert state is one such wondrous place which will not only please you for it's culture, colors, food, festive spirit, imposing forts and welcoming people, but also for the amazing road trip experience. Delicious food, nomadic views and open desert landscape await your arrival and if you travel by road, it will connect you more with the roots of... continue reading
Diwali is festival of lights. Though a Hindu festival, in India people across all religions celebrate Diwali enthusiastically. Diwali is generally considered of main 5 days but officially begins on Vasubaras day and ends on the Tulsi Lagna day. The 5 main days in Diwali are1. Dhanteras2. Naraka Chaturdashi3. Lakshmi Pujan4. Diwali Padwa5. Bhai DoojSometimes two of the days (above specified are hindu calendar days) can be inclusive as one in our normal calender because Hindu... continue reading
Hello dear friends! During the first trip to India Vrndavana and the Sacred Hill Govardhana took many pictures of the local life! Incredible traffic flow and people on the streets, pilgrims on holy places and food on the street-all this is a new experience and pleasant memories I invite you to see! Friendly attitude towards the camera of children and local residents pleases! continue reading
Recently I have developed a keen interest on streets. As I roam around with my fuji mirror-less and the good old 500D, the streets give me immense pleasure to shoot all the people, events happening around them, food and culture. Some beginners might feel very much shy to approach people with a camera. My genuine advise will be, just forget all worries and don't overthink, don't even use your camera at all, first mix up with the crowd, have a cup of tea with them, know them and then see the magic :... continue reading
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