Colourful biodiversity of India
A patriotic image representing the biodiversity of India presented in the tri-colours of the flag. Three different but classically interconnected images describe the scene. The graceful antilope like the Indian Blackbuck which roams through the golden grasslands of Rajasthan, or a slow shutter image of whiskered tern from the magical wetland Manglajodi of Orisha or an amazingly colourful high altitude bird Himalayan cutia from the moss-covered jungle from the Himalayan forests.
The Colourful biodiversity of India Triptych is a collection of 3 individual images which tell a story when put together. This is a visual story of 3 diverse habitats and colours. Group these 3 remarkable images together for a greater viewer experience.
Photographer: Kallol Mukherjee
Size (inches): Fixed size
Framing: No framing done
The Photographer / Artist
Kallol Mukherjee - India
Kallol is a passionate wildlife photographer, a story-teller, and painter (with camera). His main area of expertise is on creative rendition of birds and landscapes. Kallol has won some multiple national and international awards and some of his images have been published in leading nature & wildlife magazines of India and abroad including the WWF.
He states "I have always considered my life as a canvas which I have been trying to paint with different colours– colours extracted from nature, from life!"