Well Traveled Foot

Well Travelled Foot

Tech Info: Nikon D300s | Nikon 70-300 @165mm | ISO 400 | f/5.0 | 1/50s

A shot of the elephant’s foot taken during my recent outing to Bannerghatta while visiting India last year. I’d definitely suggest to have a look at the large size.

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Time to get Wet

Time to get Wet
 
Tech Info: Nikon D90 | 70-300 @300mm | ISO 200 | f/5.6 | 1/1000 s | -0.33 EV
 
From the archives, a beautiful dog enjoying a nice cool dip in the Foster City lagoon during a hot summer day of 2009.
 
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Brewing of a Storm, Yosemite

Brewing of a Storm, Yosemite
 
Tech Info: Nikon D300s | Tokina 12-24 @12mm | ISO 200 | f/11 | 1/160 s | B+W Polarizer
 
Brewing of a storm as it heads to Yosemite National Park.
 
While returning from a weekend getaway to Yosemite National Park with family, noticed this cloud formation and I had to do a quick stop to get a shot at it.
 
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Ferris Wheel, Foster City

Ferris Wheel, Foster City
 
Tech Info: Nikon D300s | Tokina 12-24 @12mm | ISO 200 | f/16 | 5s
 
A shot of the Ferris Wheel which was put up for the Arts & Wine Festival in Foster City.
 
Arts & Wine festivals are conducted every year around the cities here and I’ve managed to find some reason or the other to not be present for it. The very first year of my stay, I wasn’t even interested in it. After getting a camera, I’m wondering what had kept me away for so long, though I still have to visit one. Hopefully next year I’ll make it.
 
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Lower Falls of Yellowstone

Lower Yellowstone Falls
 
Tech Info: Nikon D90 | 18-105 @90mm | ISO 200 | f/8 | 1/200 sec
 
As the Yellowstone rivers makes it way from the lake and takes a dip in altitude, you first get the Upper falls and then this one called the Lower Falls of Yellowstone. The Upper falls is at about ~100 ft and this one is ~300 ft. From this point, the river wades its way through the grand canyon of Yellowstone. The view of this Lower Falls was taken from the vantage point called Artist Point – very rightly named!
 
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