As we mentioned earlier this week, we took clients who were participating in a NaturesLens Photography Holiday in India to two locations in India in late March; the first week was spent at Tadoba Tiger Reserve, whilst the second was spent in Nagarhole – Kabini, we also promised to share a series of photos from Jayne, here they are.

Enjoy …

Bee Eaters photographed at a location near Mysore during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday in India

Some of the beautiful Bee Eaters that we took clients to photograph at a location near Mysore Read more

With our clients, we had a great time on a NaturesLens Photography Holiday at two fantastic locations in India during late March; the first week was spent at Tadoba Tiger Reserve, where the guests experienced encounters with sloth bears, tigers, a leopard (in Jayne’s case) & many birds. The second week was spent in Nagarhole – Kabini, where our target species were tiger, elephant & the leopards of the region.

We will share a second series of photos from Jayne later in the week, but first up, we have a selection contributed by Ian.

Enjoy

Elephant photographed by Ian Roberts whilst on a NaturesLens Photography Holiday in India

One of the elephants of Nagarhole, these gentle giants loved to wash themselves by the water Read more

A solitary Dalmatian Pelican floats serenely on the milky lake - photographed by Richard Coles during the 2016 NaturesLens Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holiday

This is, I think, the last series of Dalmatian Pelican images captured by clients on the January 2016 Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holidays, Richard Coles attended the second trip, that was lead by Richard Peters. It appears that Richard & the guests were blessed with mirror-like stillness on the lake for at least one of the mornings – resulting in some great captures as shown below, but first, above you can see one of Richard Coles’ images in the style that I personally like best, the ‘ethereal shot’, executed beautifully with the viewer’s eye being drawn to that flash of orange & the eye of the bird peeking out from it’s ‘crazy hairdo’. Read more

A Dalmatian Pelican at dawn - photographed by Bob Pietrowski during the 2016 NaturesLens Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holiday

These came from Bob Pietrowski, who was on the trip that I had the pleasure of leading.

The way that the pelicans appear to waterski upon landing never ceases to amuse me & Bob caught the moment superbly.

A Dalmatian Pelican coming in to land on the lake in Greece - photographed by Bob Pietrowski during the 2016 NaturesLens Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holiday Read more

A gorgeous rear view of a Dalmatian Pelican - photographed by Jayne Bond during the 2016 NaturesLens Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holiday

The photo above was taken by Jayne Bond during this year’s Dalmatian Pelican Photography Holiday.

A number of the participants on the trip have contributed in some of the images that they captured, if you were wondering what kind of images our guests capture on this trip, then the below should show you the high quality of the captures. Read more

Puffin gathering nesting material photographed on Skomer Island during a NaturesLens Puffins Photography Holiday

Skomer Island is famous for the puffins that reside there over the summer. No matter how much time is spent, something new always beckons & calls us back time & again. Skomer is a magical place to visit, a haven for wildlife, but it is most well known for its puffins. Situated just off the coast of Pembrokeshire this island, with its sister island Skokholm, is surrounded by some of the richest waters for wildlife off the British Isles. The seas are full of fantastic wildlife, from delightfully coloured sea slugs to magnificent cetaceans. The island itself attracts a huge array of wildlife which shelters in its bays & inlets.

Puffin gathering nesting material photographed on Skomer Island during a NaturesLens Puffins Photography Holiday
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