Among a huge herd of elephants see at Kalawewa National Park I saw something in myself that i had not seen before.
A collection of amazing chapters in sync with nature and it's forever tale. In this story the chapter that I read, closest to my heart was how much of a reflection we are that we seek in our companionship.
The elephant is a giant, its companion can only be the same. but when in sync it made me wonder that we are no different, we are all the same.
A split second of a moment is all i had to make sure id make this moment memorable. And each time i see this image i remind myself of how much we are " inseparable "
A Well built bull tusker is flirting with a young female elephant. This photo was taken at Kalawewa National Park, Sri Lanka. It was well spent evening with these gentle giants. And It was so delightful to see their eye catching movements all over the park.
The Indian grey mongoose (Herpestes edwardsi) is a mongoose species native to the Indian subcontinent and West Asia. It is listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List. The grey mongoose inhabits open forests, scrublands and cultivated fields, often close to human habitation. It lives in burrows, hedgerows and thickets, among groves of trees, and takes shelter under rocks or bushes and even in drains. This photo was taken on the mating season of this magnificent creatures. When Grey mongoose and Ruddy mongoose mating (very rare situation) if any white gray cub born it call White mongoose. It is very rare situation, because of that people think it’s a myth. Then it became the king of the pack.
This was really an unexpected shot. One day i went to my usual photo location to get a seascape, but it was really a rainy day. So i couldnt get a proper sunset shot, so as an experiment i took this one.
In Sri Lanka, the central part of the forest is used for easy dumping of garbage.
I photographed that the elephants searching for food in the Oluvil forest,
littered with mountainous rubbish.
The scenes I witnessed there brought tears to my eyes.
The reason Elephants, addicted to the many types of food found in the rubbish dumped there, have completely changed their way of life.
When those elephants smells food it doesn\'t matter if it\'s wrapped in paper or covered in polythene they swallow everything.
After that these wastes get trapped in the elephant\'s stomach and cause a very painful death for the elephant without being digested.
to see the elephants eating plastic and toxic chemical waste. This causes serious health issues in the elephants who also fall sick. Some have even died So far six elephants have died due to intaking toxics in oluvil.
Not only elephants but also dogs, cats and a variety of birds are attracted to the junk food found in the garbage dump and are coming to shorten its life.
Here in Sri Lanka, more than 300 elephants die in a year, Just look at this photo, you will feel shame and sad as we see these giants in the garbage.
This old man walking on the road with his clutches and thinking about his future life. Behind him, there is a big house. The big house is a symbol of luxury life. Today he has to left that luxury life and walk through the road for his future. He can see his life reflecting on the water dig.
Being one of the very few waterfalls situated within the Colombo Disctrict, Kumari Ella has been a very popular destination due to its easy accessibility. Although, quite small in size compared to other famous waterfalls found in the country, still this waterfall is no less in beauty
This shot was taken by me through Mobile phone camera. When i was came to buy fish at a evening in my home town sea side area , i saw this scene, there was two dogs slept well. at that time i didn't have DSLR in my hand. so i took this shot in my phone camera.
Being in the dry zone, when the water levels recede from the tank beds, a lush grassland reveals itself – which is much sought after by the elephants. Resident herds and migratory herds from nearby jungles all congregate, to enjoy the grass.
C009aptured the moment that two female elephants are charging on dog to protect their two tiny calves .
Elgin Falls is a waterfall in Sri Lanka, located in the Elgin tea estate which is 18 km from Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. The waterfall is 25 m in height. Elgin Falls named after Elgin major town of Moray in Scotland. the falls is at about 1,500 m above sea level. There are several ways to access the waterfall.
The drawing by the sea waves. The photo is captured in iPhone 8 default camera app at Weligama bay beach which is one of the famous tourist destinations of Sri Lanka, which expresses the art by the sea waves in a rhythm that give some mind relaxation and art of mother nature.
Countless small, wooden cradles tied along a fence in a Hindu temple, by childless couples. These cradles and the colorful pieces of cloth are tied as offerings to God, by couples praying to be blessed with a child. This photograph was taken in Koneshwaram, a popular Hindu temple in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.
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