Although I did hear about your passion for photography through our common friends at office a couple of years ago, I really did not know the depth of it till I visited your website. I am quite speechless with the level of dedication, passion and emotion that has gone into each and every photograph. I will still try to come up with some words which I know will not justify or explain the awe. I am really not an expert on photography, wildlife or even expressing my own thoughts. So please excuse me if I misstate or misinterpret anything.
At the first glance, one would be quite impressed with the flawless crisp images which one can only expect from a professional photographer. The right level of exposure, composition, subject, and even editing. But at the second glance, one understands, that the picture is much more than that. It is not just about getting the technique right. One has to understand the rhythm of nature and be in sync with it to capture the right moment. It is much more difficult to capture a moving and unpredictable target. Most of these images could only be captured if one truly understood the subject. I am sure it must have taken more number of hours to study about the subject, its habits and its habitat away from the camera than it did to capture the actual image.
I also admire the work you have done to increase awareness of the matter of utmost importance but sadly the most neglected. I believe that what one takes, one must give back. It also applies to knowledge and experiences.
And above all this, one also realizes that behind all these pictures, there would be a very encouraging and patient family
I do not have enough knowledge to be able to catch the flaws(or may be there aren’t any) in your photographs, so I do not have any suggestions for improvement. However, there is one thought that crossed my mind. Is there any guidance you can provide on your website in case those who visit want to contribute (monetarily or otherwise) toward the preservation of wildlife? Are there any trusted organizations, etc.? I just feel that if the visitors could get a direction while the experience is still fresh in their minds, it might be helpful. Not sure if you have this on your site already, in which case, please ignore.
Hope I have not bored you or taken up too much of your time.