Amidst lockdown, we surely can’t go out to witness nature at its full bliss. And that, as someone who has always been fond of travelling, is not the best of things for me and many people out there.
One such person is IFS officer Parveen Kaswan who himself loves photography and is making sure we enjoy it too despite the lockdown.
Kaswan recently took on his Twitter page to ask the fellow photographers out there to share their best clicks and showcase the varied hues of nature. And people, who surely have less to do amidst quarantine, came forward to share some really alluring images. Have a look:
If you are in a beautiful place where you can enjoy sunrise and sunset, then you are living like a lord.— Prabhat Shukla (@iPrabhatShukla) April 3, 2020
This was captured in Jaisalmer, sand dunes. pic.twitter.com/55pycoLH7U
This would do? ? pic.twitter.com/RvD5g8nMPFApril 3, 2020
I feel this is one of my best shots, sir. 🙂— Pruthvi (@PruthveshwarS) April 3, 2020
A view of Kanchenjunga from Batasia Loop, Darjeeling. 2019. pic.twitter.com/l7zupMW44O
A congregation of Plovers . Plovers include small and medium sized waders that have short beaks ,short necks and rounded heads . They typically feed by running in short spurts and suddenly pausing for a few seconds.— Vidya Ganesh (@VidyaG88) April 3, 2020
Picture was clicked at A Flamingo sanctuary in Mumbai . pic.twitter.com/ePN42ASxt3
During Monsoon pic.twitter.com/RJgPlAW0pZ— SMS (@shetesandesh) April 3, 2020
Dumbur Lake, Tripura. pic.twitter.com/m06uJ5SwEX— Nistula Hebbar (@nistula) April 4, 2020
From landscapes to picture of animals in action, the tweet’s reply section was overwhelmed with aesthetic responses.
Spot billed pelican pic.twitter.com/lSxFpPSN27— The Urban Nomad (@urban_nomadd) April 3, 2020
One fine evening in chennai pic.twitter.com/1sg29Av21w— VikiManish (@vikimanish) April 3, 2020
Here’s my sunrise shot from Masai Mara – Kenya pic.twitter.com/svQqbJXvw6— Nagaraj Taware | नागराज तवारे (@nagarajpt) April 3, 2020
Common Onyx ! pic.twitter.com/SDO9rBxzdm— Nileshkumar Kshirsagar IAS (@NileshKumar_IAS) April 3, 2020
Dumbur lake, Tripura pic.twitter.com/oshD63S6hW— Lav_NationFirst (@lob1982) April 3, 2020
The Signature spider also known as Garden spider . It builds its web close to the ground to catch small insects like bees and wasps .It can eat insects twice its size. This spider's web is almost invisible except for the Zig Zag stripes known as the Stabilimentum. pic.twitter.com/PJ2G8zvJD0— Vidya Ganesh (@VidyaG88) April 3, 2020
Deomali Mountains— Udayan Sarathi (ଉଦୟନ ସାରଥୀ) (@Udayan_Sarathi) April 4, 2020
The Highest peak of Odisha during sunset. pic.twitter.com/3ZignMn98E
Colors of Nature.— मैत्रेयी | maitreyi (@MaitreyiTweets) April 3, 2020
प्रकृति के रंग। pic.twitter.com/87d6CXpxuM
Sunset at Somnath Mandir.. clicked in Jan 2020 pic.twitter.com/4NoS3S4R31— Yogesh Kokatay (@yogesh0607) April 3, 2020
You can check out more photos here.