Tuesday, September 13, 2011


    Posting few shots of different types of grasshoppers which I captured from my locality, using 60D, canon 50 mm f/1.8 lens and Raynox DCR 25o combination.  Unfortunately I couldn't identify the different species. The book I already have, various websites available over the internet none of these resources could help. So, I request all my friends and viewers of my blog to help me to identify them, to learn more about them.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Few more publications

Do self publicity again...Lol....

 here is my few more published work

Photo Feature ( 5 page coverage) on Monglajodi birding site, published in GnY Mag's May - June 2010 issue

photo feature on Vetnai, Published in GnY mag's Sept - Oct 2010 issue ( 4 page coverage)

photofeature on Chau dance of Purulia, published in GnY mag's Nov- Dec issue

photofeature on Monglajodi, published in Let's Go mag's Jan 2011 issue( 5 page coverage)

Photofeature on Vetnai, published in Let's Go Mag's July 2010 issue.

My three photos published in " Bon" mag's special " Tiger " issue

photo feature on Rasikbil, published in BON mag's JUly2011 issue( 4 page coverage)

Bon mag , July 2011

Bon Mag, July 2011

"Ekdin" patrika 10.07.2011

"Ekdin" patrika 17.07.2011

"Ekdin" patrika 24.07.2011

"Ekdin" patrika 31.07.2011

More Published work

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Some test shots of Raynox DCR 250

Just got my Raynox DCR 250.. Yet to understand the proper technique to get best result from this close up supplementary lens. Just tried my fz35 this morning> here are some such test images.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sandakpu again

            Some moments from my last Sandakphu trek

                                                       On the way to Joubari

                                                                  Morning at Tonglu

                                                                Morning at Tonglu


                                              Himalayan Beauti

   The Srikhola river(In Nepali dialect, Sri= Beautiful, khola= River)


                                Plumbeous  Redstart(male)

                                Plumbeous  Redstart(female)

                                     Mt K from Dargeeling

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