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Urban wildlife

There are wild creatures living among us. Perhaps a hundred feet away from that road you take when going to office. Or on a tree 20 feet  from your house. I stay in East Bangalore, and can reach the city outskirts after a 10 minute drive. After a tiring day, I often do short 20-25 [...]

2017-10-10T15:17:18+00:00 September 15th, 2017|Photography|

The Warrior

Story behind the shot I was driving through Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve when I saw this massive bull gaur behind some bushes. Got out carefully, stalked the animal using the bush as cover, and got close enough to take this shot. All the while hoping it doesn’t run away, or worse, charge.  This guy had torn [...]

2017-10-11T14:21:09+00:00 August 16th, 2017|Photography|

Delighted To Be Featured By Nikon in “Behind The Lens”

Delighted to be featured by Nikon India in their "Behind The Lens'' series, where they cover leading Nikon shooters from India. Copy and link below. "When I was growing up in Kolkata, I used to visit the Himalayas twice a year with my parents, and enjoyed stories about wildlife and adventure. Reading and travelling helped [...]

2017-10-12T23:54:39+00:00 August 3rd, 2017|Photography|

The Pale Tiger: International Media Coverage

Happy to share that the pale tiger was featured in leading international media such as The Guardian, Fox News, The Independent (Indy100), Russia Today, CNN Español, New York Post etc. Was joking with friends that Fox News balances The Guardian, and CNN balances Russia Today. This tiger has been successful in crossing political and geographical [...]

2017-10-08T13:18:29+00:00 July 12th, 2017|Pale Tiger|

The Pale Tiger

After discovering and photographing the rare tiger, I had sent RAW and JPEG images to Sanctuary Asia and Belinda Wright, tiger conservationist and Emmy Award winning wildlife filmmaker who worked with National Geographic for many years. Belinda said that this was the palest wild tiger she had seen in India, and an extremely rare find. [...]

2017-10-07T18:14:37+00:00 July 5th, 2017|Pale Tiger, Photography|

Dudhwa National Park: Misty Grasslands and Haunting Sal Forests

Dudhwa. The land of grasslands, swamps and tall sal trees. Mentioned in the Ramayanas. Renowned for its rich fauna, including swamp deer, Indian rhinos and huge tigers. And for the conservation efforts of Billy Arjan Singh, who was somewhat of a tiger himself. Contiguous to Royal Bardia National Park in Nepal, Dudhwa is located in [...]

2017-10-07T20:27:28+00:00 January 5th, 2017|Photography, Travel|

Field review: Nikon AF-S 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens

This post is an abridged version of an article that I had written for Nikon Rumors, a leading source of information about Nikon related news, articles and rumours. Since then, I have found nothing to change my initial impression about this lens.I like shooting predators, I am not a birder. I have shot with the [...]

2017-04-10T12:26:35+00:00 February 5th, 2016|Photography|

Kanha and Tadoba: A 3000 km Roadtrip | Part 2

First part of the travelogue is here: http://nilanjanray.in/kanha-tadoba-3000-km-roadtrip-part-1/ After Kanha, I left for Tadoba. Kisli to Nagpur was a relaxing drive (Khatia – Seoni – Pench – Nagpur). Picked up my old school friend from Nagpur airport, and proceeded towards Kolara, a Northern gate in Tadoba. We were staying in Svasara, a very nice resort [...]

2017-10-13T00:15:52+00:00 January 17th, 2016|Photography, Travel|

Kanha and Tadoba: A 3000 km Roadtrip | Part 1

I badly needed my tiger fix, an addiction. I had about seven days to spare, and looked at a few options - Corbett (clubbing my trip with official work in Gurgaon), Ranthambore (tagging along with a photo tour), Bandhavgarh etc. Finally narrowed down on Kanha and Tadoba. Kanha, because safaris were still available, and Kanha [...]

2017-10-12T23:57:47+00:00 January 12th, 2016|Photography, Travel|