Avinash Krishnamurthy

Avinash Krishnamurthy

I am a passionate, self-learned photographer, aspiring to become a professional some day. Although I love to click all kinds of pictures, Wildlife is my favorite genre. There's something about wildlife that captures my interest the most! My only regret is that I can't afford better lenses yet. -- Canon EOS 60D, Canon EF-S 18-55 mm IS II, Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8, Canon EF 70-300 mm USM III
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    1. Comment on Is this pose ok for you? 7 years ago
      Thank you, John!

      This image is the result of my Canon 60D coupled with a Canon 18-55mm IS lens in reverse, with the help of an in-expensive Reversal Ring. It is a bit of a hassle, has its drawbacks, but in the end, it is worth it. I intend to buy a Canon 100mm Macro USM lens in the near future, as I have always loved shooting Macro.
    2. Comment on Well, this looks yummy! 7 years ago
      Yes, and the weed Parthenium is popularly believed to have entered the Indian soil sometime during 1956 along with Wheat sent by USA. Two non-native life forms are now very common in India, and one of them is quite invasive!

      More about the plant here:
      http://www.socialmantra.in/socialcommentary/Congress-grass.html
    3. Comment on I've had a long day.. 7 years ago
      You are welcome :)
    4. Comment on I've had a long day.. 7 years ago
      Fair enough. Tags are surely an easier alternative.
    5. Comment on I'm here! What's your next wish? 7 years ago
      Thanks!
    6. Comment on The Whip romance 7 years ago
      No problem.
    7. Comment on I've had a long day.. 7 years ago
      Thank you. I don't think I'll be able to figure out the exact species of this mosquito.

      Wouldn't it be better if we could categorize such generic images to their respective genus at least? I mean, we could then categorize the "unidentified" images as per their genus, if not their exact species. I'm Just curious..
    8. Comment on green fruits 7 years ago
    9. Comment on Winged Aphid(?) in grass, Netherlands 7 years ago
      @WildFlower is very close! It is either a Psocoptera, or a Psocid.

      http://flickrhivemind.net/Tags/psocodea,psocoptera/Interesting
    10. Comment on Green lynx spider 7 years ago