Keoladeo National Park in Rajasthan is Sudhir's favourite place. A lonely Sarus crane looks for its mate through the heavy mist one winter morning. These magnificent birds can grow upto 6ft in height and are the tallest birds capable of free flight.
Photographer: Sudhir Shivaram
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Awards / Recognition
The Photographer / Artist
Sudhir Shivaram, India
Sudhir Shivaram's pictures are noteworthy for their technically sophisticated and evocative character, generating appropriate moods to move viewers. He campaigns for wildlife protection around the world and gives his time to raise awareness for nature and wildlife. He also talks about his work and the state of wildlife to young people across the world, hoping to inspire and win their commitment to this cause.
At the 2014 Worldwide Editorial Awards held at the National Geographic Society in Washington D.C., National Geographic Traveller India’s September 2013 cover featuring Sudhir’s image won the Yellow Border Award for the best cover across 14 language editions of the magazine worldwide.
He was also awarded Sanctuary's Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 for his image of a leopard.