Nick Brandt – THE best at wildlife photography

Life as a Mumbai University engineering student is getting tough. The days are spent in attending endless hours of mind crunching but mostly boring lectures and the nights are spend in jotting down numerous assignments mindlessly. Do I get time to study? Probably just a couple of minutes every day. Do I get time for blogging? Heck, not at all!

So at times when I don’t get the time to come up with something creative, I would like to share some of the good posts I’ve come across in the recent past. They may be from blogs I regularly read, pages that I’ve stumbled across or even pages that some of this blog’s readers have suggested.

This page that I stumbled across deserves a special mention. Absolutely stunning wildlife photos! Here’s a sneak peek at some of these beauties. The entire collection can be viewed at http://www.younggalleryphoto.com/photography/brandt/brandt.html They are up for sale. So you could even buy them. Every pic is worth a photo frame on your wall!
Giraffe looking over plains on angadsodhi.com
Giraffes on Lake bed on angadsodhi.com
Elephant herd on angadsodhi.com
Wild Beasts in an arc on angadsodhi.com
Hippos in Mara river on AngadSodhi.Com

All of these spectacular visuals and many more can be found at http://www.younggalleryphoto.com/photography/brandt/brandt.html

Help Save the Tiger

I’d like to keep this post short n sweet. Err actually not sweet at all. I’ll just let these pics do the talking.

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Do your bit for the Indian Tiger:
1) Sign the NDTV petition. Head to NDTV and drop in your name and Email address
2) You can also send an SMS Tigeryour message to 56388

Help raise awareness. Do your bit. Else our next generation may never see the stripped beast ever again. Probably Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes’s Tony might be the only tiger our kids could relate to in the near future. Save the tiger banner on angadsodhi.com