Archive | “May, 2014

A young leopard at Tsavo West, #Kenya

Published May 31, 2014 in Field Notes

It came out of the bushes and stared at us for a few seconds. It felt like forever. Young Leopard (Panthera pardus) at Tsavo West, Kenya. Llegó de la espesura y nos miró por unos instantes. Pareció una eternidad. Joven leopardo (Panthera pardus) en Tsavo West, Kenia. from Flickr http://flic.kr/p/nw6XqR via IFTTT

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Wandering Glider in Gujarat, #India

Published May 29, 2014 in Field Notes

As temperature rises in Europe, so do the dragonflies. This one, however, was seen in december, but in a warm part of India. Wandering gliders are numerous throughout the tropics and North America, but absent in most of the Paleartic. It’s a really beautiful species. Al subir las temperaturas, también lo hacen las libélulas. Esta, sin embargo, la vi en diciembre, pero en un lugar caluroso de la India. Pantala flavescens es numerosa en los trópicos y Norteamérica, pero ausente en la mayor parte del Paleártico. Es una especie bien bonita. from Flickr http://flic.kr/p/nKvqsQ via IFTTT

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Grey and Purple Heron in Gujarat, India

Published May 27, 2014 in Field Notes

  Two pictures of herons in flight. Grey Heron at Narara Marine reserve and Purple Heron at Narsarovar Bird Sanctuary, Gujarat, India.

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Red-wattled Lapwing at Khijadiya National Park, Gujarat

Published May 24, 2014 in Field Notes

Red-wattled Lapwing (Vanellus indicus), quite common in the Indian subcontinent, and also present in southeast Asia. As all photographers know, it’s better to keep the same eye-level to the subject for more appealing results. Avefría India (Vanellus indicus), común en el subcontinente indio y en sudeste asiático. Como todos los fotógrafos saben, es mejor estar a la misma altura que el sujeto para un resultado más atractivo. from Flickr http://flic.kr/p/nFZpcm via IFTTT

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