Ranganathittu - A Bird Sanctuary? :)

Some images from Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary we visited last weekend - unusual tropical nature, deep and bright greens and the first time I saw rice fields... A totally different face of India.

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All photos by Arek

5 comments:

Katta said...

Wow, amazing! That big tree is wonderful. But im curious about whats hanging in the other tree? xo Katta

latacones said...

So, you are in India, Olga! Yo estuve hace un par de años pero no tuve ocasión de ver estos paisajes naturales... me quedé en las ciudades, que tienen otro paisaje diferente, pero igualmente fascinante.

Agneta said...

Where are you Olga ;) In my second country??? I'm so glad to hear from you!!

Love

Agneta

Olga said...

Hi Katta :) Those are bats - taking a nap.

Viagens pelo Mundo said...

I guess we could call to this sanctuary “a paradise” for the amateur photographers, like me and you both. The pictures pass a sense of calm and tranquility which I love to experience on my daily journeys, just photographing and searching for the best actor with a good pose :) That’s what I’ve done recently in Amazonas. Looking for nice animal poses. Lovely animals and beautiful birds, I’ve seen in your pictures and on the reserve page site. I’m sure you’re enjoying a lot and weekends are a superb way to escape to the city and looking for the unmissible India. Thanks for sharing your lovely pictures and please continue to show us that country with so many rich contrasts. Hugs TI