Last Month I went to Delhi Zoo with my family.....
Like with my earlier recent visit to various places , this too was primarily to fulfill my desire to click some photographs but apart from that I am also an ardent animal lover and with my increased interest in photography that love too has increased manifolds..
Although I clicked scores of pictures but overall I was not satisfied with the final output. And together with the Qutub Minar photos (which I am yet to share), that too were clicked in similar evening , low light condition (evening and early morning are considered ideal for photography), makes me ponder that I have a lot to learn as far as dusk light photography is concerned.
Although Humayun's tomb too were clicked in similar cloudy condition but luckily they have come out well, may be because I had more liberty of space while clicking them.
Nevertheless sharing some animals and birds that I was able to click... I have done some post processing and cropping in order for the subject to be highlighted properly.
|Posing for the Camera... BarahSinghaS...|
|Don't know what it is ... but was quite cute|
|King Of The Jungle ... LION|
|One Horned Rhinos....|
These two Rhinos were the star of the Zoo... they were so playful ..were all the time busy chasing each other... I even have a Video of these two running around but have to find ways to compress them so that I can post them on blogger....
Finally these two settled down and decided to cool off in the pond ....
Then came these colorful Parrots...
|Haven't seen a Parrot before ????|
There were many animals who were at their playful fighting best.... Apart from the rhinos there were some Antelopes who too were busy fighting but I only shoot a videos of those as I find their fighting and sudden attack strategy quite amusing....
Below are two Sambars (Huge species of Deer) who were busy demonstrating their strengths to the onlookers...
|Siberian Cranes ....|
Above is a shot from the pond that was there in the center of the Zoo, in which herds of Siberian Cranes and many more big birds were seen perching .... They were quite large in numbers and worth watching...
As the wait for a DSLR is intching closer to an end.... I am looking forward to clicking many more animals and birds in flight :)