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The little fur ball climbed up my chest and snatched away my heart. My friend Gautam got a call from the Forest Service that a leopard cub had been found in the tea gardens off Margherita, Upper Assam in India and needed to be released. Since he worked with the wildlife in Kaziranga, his advice and presence would be of help. The cub was found by one of the locals inside the garden and picked up and handed over to the Forest Service. Since the Ranger was out of station nobody knew what to do. At this point three days had passed and we were losing time with each passing day. As a species, we humans are so obnoxious that even a mother leopard may not accept the return of her baby if there is a detectable human imprint. We decided to try our luck that evening. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="800"] Dream the leopard cub.[/caption] Continue reading »
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This article was originally published in NANPA. Used with permission. Vacations are a great way to get away and de-stress. However, I often find myself stressing even more. With only a limited amount of time, I’m always worried about getting the shot. Where are the best locations? When and where does the sun set and/or rise? How can I best secure my equipment in the hotel room? I try to be mindful of the fact that I’m on vacation and not on assignment. Continue reading »
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