I was packing my bags last night and I heard the TV featuring one of our times’ most popular movies (It must have been on TV at least 50 times in the last three years). I heard the lead actor mention to another – “Don’t become an engineer, go to the Brazilian rainforest and assist Andre as a Wildlife Photographer. Do what you love and work will look like a game”.
By talking about the new Wildlife Times, I am assuming we know each other. In case we are new to each other, you can read about me here: Jayanth Sharma→
A friend of mine asked me to share some photographs with a magazine which was supposed to help upcoming artists provide a platform way back in 2005. How ever, I was wondering if I would have to create my own platform and in early 2006, Wildlife Times was born. It was a precious home on the internet and I had decorated it with everything I had with respect to Photography.
A sleeping Lion is disturbed by a Mouse who is caught by the King of the jungle. Just when the Lion decides to devour the little mouse, it pleads to the Lion and suggests that the mouse will be of no great value when eaten but will surely be of some little help in the future.
I pulled the dump-valve of my buoyancy control device and released all the air and within a couple of seconds like a stone, I sunk to the depths of one of Andaman’s most popular dive site – the Dixon’s pinnacle. It was my first ever visit to this marvelous dive-site around the Neil and Havelock Island in the Andamans.
Every organism has a specific role to play in nature and some specialize in cleaning services of many kinds. Fish like the Cleaner Wrasse and some birds like the one in this photograph – the Red-billed Ox-peckers are professional cleaners!
A cub of the Polar Bear is a sight to watch and spending time with a little one is always entertaining. How ever, bringing up these little ones is far from entertaining and takes a great toll over the mothers mental and physical health.
Cuiaba river, in Brazil’s Pantanal region is one of the most promising places that can showcase a Jaguar not on the highway but on the beautiful river-ways of the area. Jaguars though very closely resemble the Leopards when it comes to looks, they seem to be very close to the aura of a Tiger for me personally.