Elephant Safari, by Kamalesh Das

This is the Murti riverside elephant safari in Dhupjhora range of Gorumara wildlife Sanctuary, West bengal, India. This shot was taken at early morning of first day of our tour. Dense fog slowly disappeared with the advent of the first light of the day. I took this shot from our elephant. In the picture there is a little boy with his father who showed him various wild animals of the dawn from the elephant. The boy was probably amazed to see the vast glory of nature.

Elephant Safari, by Kamalesh Das

Nikon D90 | Nikkor 18-105mm | ISO 200 | Focal length- 35mm | Exposure 1/320sec at f/10
Elephant Safari, by Kamalesh Das

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | December 21
Photo of the Day Award Category: Travel Photography
Photograph Location: Gorumara Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal | India

Photographer: Kamalesh Das (Cooch behar, West bengal, India) Registered
Kamalesh Das is a school teacher. He is 29 years old, who got his first camera in 2007. It was a point and shoot digital camera from Kodak. However when he first took few shots in his friend’s DSLR, he started to think seriously about photography. Then the very next year he took his first DSLR Nikon D40. Though he start taking Photographs on his vacation time but he gave serious attention to it. He realized there are many opportunities to photograph around, even in his bedroom. Till today he uses to see good photos and recharge his energy for good work. Every click in his shutter is new for him, as his past experience gets challenge over there. So He always tries to think different to get new.

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3 reviews
  1. Abhijit
    Abhijit says:

    The image says it all. A superb one I must say. I have been to Gorumara 3 times and experienced the elephant safari each time there. Yatra Prasad watch tower is the best I think.

    BDW it is a nice post to come across. Congrats…! I have shared my experiences in my blog, you may have a look.

    Regards,
    Abhijit

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