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Landscape photography is the most non-exhaustive branch of photography
In your urge to get close to mammals, reptiles and birds to make portrait pictures, try not to ignore the bigger picture - the forest or the waterfront that supports such spellbinding conglomerate of wild species. India, with such wide array of habitat types, is a fantastic place to pursue landscape photography. I have been shooting landscapes for nearly two decades yet I know that I have merely scratched the surface.

Landscape photography is the most non-exhaustive branch of photography
Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Kerala. From the snow capped mountains of the north to the moist evergreen forests of the south; from the parched water-deficient deserts of the west to the mangrove swamps of the east, India doesn't seize to spellbind the traveller with her unparalleled beauty. Each scene drastically different from the other yet overwhelmingly similar in terms of its diversity and vivacity.