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Banded Osprey: I took this shot while cliff walking by the sea.  The bird passed directly overhead and I was leaning over backwards when I pressed the shutter.  I am a novice at bird photography and t
Landforms created as a result of wind erosion.
in the London underground
In Summer
Going back to home
Pouring water on the dry place
Acient Bagoda Bagan (Myanmar)
One of the tributaries of The Chandra, after originating from the glaciers of an unnamed peak drains itself into the river.
Helping my Grandmother her front yard
Photgraphing flowers on a Fall day
Religious minded Hindus often supports the notion that feeding the birds and animals brings divine blessings upon them. Driven by this belief, pigeons are being fed every morning in various parts of K
The Blue Ship or the Bharal  is listed amongst the most endangered species. As the winter is approaching, they come down to avoid the freezing cold of the high altitude and reproduce. And behind them
Eye in the sky above a kite surfer.
Pilings of an old whaling pier in Northern California stretch out to the ocean.
A man sitting on the ganga ghat during the winter season of Varanasi.
A group of Hindu priest doing rituals at the Ganga ghat.
An old man doing meditation at the river bank of varanasi
A priest praying in front of river ganag at a winter morning in varanasi
Priest performing ganga arati at the river bank of Varanasi
Children playing in rejected waterpipe in kolkata
Was walking on a trail in Estes Park early in the morning when I came upon this patch of grass with dew drops on them.
An adolescent girl smiling in her own village.
Wave crashing on Lake Ontario, near Watertown, NY.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Blue Ship or the Bharal is listed amongst the most endangered species. As the winter is approaching, they come down to avoid the freezing cold of the high altitude and reproduce. And behind them

The Blue Ship or the Bharal is listed amongst the most endangered species. As the winter is approaching, they come down to avoid the freezing cold of the high altitude and reproduce. And behind them comes their predator- the snow leopard.

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Kolkata, India
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© Debdatta Chakraborty.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2012
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 8, 2012, 10:59 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 105mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f14
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