I first saw Brown-Capped Pygmy Woodpeckers inside a reserve forest in Kumily. But, love was not in the air. Maybe, they were in a hyperactive mood. Or just camera shy. Because every time I tried to photograph them, they would fly away to some other spot. No matter how closely I tracked one, it simply refused... Continue Reading →
Mushrooms aren't nature's apology for toadstools; they are stunt doubles for the monsoon's best-dressed and most seductive danseuse.
May the dearly departed of Peshawar turn into baby falcons, whisked away from this frightening world; their talons ripping through gun smoke, and their hearts filled with light long extinguished from this waking life. More than 130 children were massacred during a school shoot-out involving terrorists in Peshawar. There is no need for discussions on the supposed... Continue Reading →