Wild Gujarat : a glimpse

#31 Jan 17th, 2017, 12:59
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Thanks Ajitchoudhry and AG .
@AG , some of the images are from Gir , I will check if some more suitable images are from there.

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Sublime photography.

I particularly love the porcupine as well. And the sleepy owl is chomotkar!

Do please carry on...
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I liked the Indian wild ass the best because he looks and behaves like me.
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Somnath Da,

Never knew you are so good in wildlife too..
Excellent photographs...
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Fabulous photos, thanks for sharing.
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Originally Posted by theyyamdancer View Post Sublime photography.

I particularly love the porcupine as well. And the sleepy owl is chomotkar!

Do please carry on...
Thanks TD
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Never knew you are so good in wildlife too..
Excellent photographs...
Thanks bro , happy that you have liked my effort
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Thanks TS , I have come across your detailed Corbett reports. Have bookmarked them for a leisurely read

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#39 Jan 18th, 2017, 10:51
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Awesome Dada.
Enough education for a newbee photographers like me.
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Enough education for a newbee photographers like me.
Thanks DC for all such wonderful words
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  • Now , when it comes to the routes, they have 6 routes. All of them are good , but we stuck to route 2 for both our safaris. The route no. 6 is the same as route 2 in reverse. You can ask for a specific route at the time of allotment.

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Somnath da ..just a little correction , I think there are 8 routes in Gir, during my trip in november I picked 4-7 and the guide told me the route 8 is the shortest.
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Originally Posted by sindabad View Post Somnath da ..just a little correction , I think there are 8 routes in Gir, during my trip in november I picked 4-7 and the guide told me the route 8 is the shortest.
Appreciate the info. While I was there routes 1-7 were open ; as routes 2 and 6 were basically the same route in reverse order effectively only 6 routes were on offer.
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Superb, Fantastic and many more word to appreciate but sunset in Mandavi made me speechless...wow...Thank you
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Excellent info and pics as well. I'm slightly disappointed to hear about the not-so-brilliant reports regarding Devji Bhai's sons' guiding. I have specifically asked for a good guide and he told me that his son Ajay will guide us. Let's hope for the best. Did they take you to different places for the morning and the afternoon safaris ? I may fit another extra morning safari the day we leave for Kutch. Do you feel it's worth after going out on 2 safaris in the previous day ?
You have been very lucky to see the wolf at Velavadar. Great sighting. I hope the government lodge will change the booking process. It was such a pain to organise that from UK and the prices were hiked so high for foreigners that I've booked Blackbuck Lodge, even if that is a bit more expensive. Hope to see a wolf !
Many thanks for sharing !
Cheers.

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