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Macro photography of yellow flower
Mumma droplet protecting baby droplets in the womb.
The hibiscus is generally founds in attractive colours or red, yellow, pink, green, etc. However, this flower shows that even white is as beautiful as the rest!
The snail usually stays inside the shell. But once it comes out, it's beautiful and rightly represents "get out of your shell" in a right way!
Macro of a dragonfly
As my grand mother said that this flower is also called as "Mahabharata Flower"- The thin petals seen are 100 in numbers- they are Kauravs. The flower has 5 filaments - they are Pandavas & the three stigmas are said as Lord Brahma, Vishnu & Maheshwara.
The rain amplifies the beauty of this lovely spring leaf
Nature up close
Being a young lion he was extremely impatient, continuously looking one way or the other. Took immense patience and multiple exposures to get the shot which could do justice to the title "Eye to Eye." The "strong" predator with a "gentle" stare is something that adds a unique perspective to the eye of the viewer.
Everyone has a different eye for a subject , i tried to find a very simple subject in a different frame.
"I don't SHOOT what it looks like I shoot what it FEELS LIKE"
Life is like a chess game -- you don't want to waste a move.
Click on the picture you think would win the duel.
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