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Lokesh Mosale has a good eye behind the lens. His pictures of wildlife are remarkable for the action they capture. More often than not he captures the drama in the forst. A peacock in flight, an elephant kicking up a dustcloud, a tiger with the kill. He is very humble about his vocation if you talk to him. But does his work behind the lens.

I like many of the pictures he has taken. I am not the only one who likes his photos is clear because I know of two Kannada magazines which have photo-pages of his works.It is fun to just serf across his pages on http://www.lokeshmosale.com.

Here is a little feast.

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  1. in my country, first picture there are bird with long tail, called cendrawasih [if i’m not wrong]…. and under protected by goverment..because there are a few bird like this in the world…

  2. thepenks:
    that so? the bird in the pic is a very common bird in the south of India, the male is known for its beauty, its dance in the rainy season is a poetic motif.
    thanks for coming, do drop in often.

  3. Wild life conservation, exotic flora and fauna, natural forests, how to preserve them? The Tennysonian eagle, Hughesian hawk, Wordsworthian skylark, Yeatsian swan, how to take to? The cuckoo, woodpecker, golden oriole, blue bird, crane, stork, heron, sparrow, parrot, kite, vulture, without them, how to think of a universe concretized and urban with rampant and mindless city-planning and dwelling saturated with artificial parks and lakes?

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