Sunsets have always been my favourite form of landscape photography. Had plenty of experience clicking sunsets in Mizoram where they are just too awesome and the light is just fantastic. Central Indian sunsets arent that easy, but the flat terrain gives a panoramic view. Have been experimenting with different exposures recently and this is what came out of a recent trip to Sesaipura, a small town at the edge of the Kuno wildlife sanctuary.
A wildlife biologist by training and a conservationist by experience. Have pretensions of writing and photography. I live in Bangalore but my heart stays in the jungles of northeast India where I'm working on my PhD. Two things you're most likely to come across in my posts - humour and sarcasm. If you like something on this page thats your problem, but if you dont, please do leave a comment!