Here is the continuation pictures of my previous post. I hope you like them.
Photographed these pictures during my recent visit to Tirupathi (one of the most holiest and sacred places for Hindus) witnessed a beautiful sunrise. I’m going to split this collection into another post, which I will posting tomorrow. I hope you guys like it.
ISO 400 | Focal Length 55mm | Aperture f/5.6 | Shutter Speed 1/60 sec
Dream Lenz is close to the 10,000 Page Views in 10 months I suppose, plus 1000+ followers. I’m not that bad as I thought I was :P Anyway, here comes the part 2 of the Royal Bengal Tiger Collection. They need no introduction, so lets straight away get into the photos :)
For viewing the photographs of this series (Part I), click on this link
The Srisailam Dam is a dam constructed across the Krishna River at Srisailam in the Kurnool district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India and is the 3rd largest capacity hydroelectric project in the country. Srisailam is famous for the Shiva Temple which is one of the 12 Jyothirlingas in this world. To know more about Jyothirlingas, please visit this Wiki link.
Due to monsoons 10 Gates are opened this season. Such a beautiful sight of the water gushing out with sheer brilliance. Couldn’t resist, so I’m posting both the photos that were shot in the morning and evening hours :)
“It is art that makes life, makes interest, makes importance and I know of no substitute whatever for the force and beauty of its process.” – Henry James
I always wonder about the exotic beauty and wonderful characters the nature shows us every day. Peacock is one such exotic creation that I’ve witnessed. Blue is my favorite color and this peacock blue is just extravagant and eye candy. The male, known as a peacock, is a large bird with a fully grown train as much as 78 to 90 inches and weigh 4 – 6 kgs.
Peacock is the national bird of India and is celebrated mythological in both India and Greece. Peacock also known as Mayil or Mayura is where the Hindu God Murugan or Karthikeya (son of Lord Shiva) is seated. There is a famous painting of a legendary artist Raja Ravi Varma depicting Lord Murugan (famously celebrated as the Tamil God).
The Peacock opens its feathers to attract the Females for mating. The Peacock feather is not the tail but they root from the neck. The tail in turn supports their feathers.