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Discovering SUJÁN: A True Photographers Delight

Author: Robert Postma

 

The morning is silent save for the hum of my air conditioner in the corner. Inside my tent it’s cool the true sounds of the new day are evident as I turn it off and am greeted by the songs of birds. A new day is dawning. I realize that this is my favourite part of any day. Day break fills me with a sense of the unknown, what will happen today, what will I get to see? A tiger stalking prey through the forest, a leopard searching out a cave to wait the heat of the day away in, perhaps a desert fox playing with its young. One thing for sure is that there will be an amazing sunrise that will take my breath away. Other than that, it’s a surprise here in India. I wouldn’t want it any other way.

 

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Country Life: Farmers

As a Ranger in the Field Team, a lot of what we talk to guests about is the beautiful Jawai landscape that hosts both temples and wildlife, but the happenings on the ground in between these granite hills has as much of a role to play in this unique region.

 

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Secrets of the Awal

Nature has its own sense of design, its own genre of art. When we stroll through the ancient and timeless landscape of Jawai, this art portrays itself flamboyantly. The hills which turn into islands after the monsoon, leopards who criss-cross the granite kopjes adjacent to villages, a beautiful sunrise across the Kumbhalgarh range of the Aravalli Hills are all a feast for the eyes. Even among the finer elements, the smallest details never fail to engross and amaze.

 

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