Grasslands This is another beautiful scene in the middle of the forest in Kaziranga National park. This almost sudden grassland opening had quite a few One horned Rhinos and a watchtower, from which I took this photograph. The Brahmaputra river on the right, the green long grass on the left and the mountains behind them made for a level of green I had never witnessed before… EXIF Info Exposure f/9.0 1/500 secISO 400 Focal Length in 35mm 105 Date taken 2016:10:15 16:16:02 Camera NIKON D3200 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation The PhotographerThe Pioneer 15 Comments La rizière est bien verte JP Reply C’est certainement JP … C’est le vert le plus vert que j’ai vu de toute ma vie. 🙂 Reply Superb composition and colors. I like! Reply Thank you, Marie… 🙂 Reply Very serene Reply Indeed, Christine… Thanks for dropping by… 🙂 Reply I don’t like to subscribe via RSS and I couldn’t find a place to subscribe “normally”. Reply I just added a Subscribe by email form at the bottom left… 🙂 Reply Oui superbe paysage dans une belle teinte !! Reply En effet, Didier … Merci de votre visite … 🙂 Reply Looks beautiful..I have heard so much about this National Park. Hope you were able to see a lot of those historic one horned Rhinos ! Looking forward to see more pictures of the Kaziranga :))) Reply You should visit sometime, Devi… The were two of the one horned rhinos on the right side of this picture, in islands in the river… 🙂 Reply All of that…and then IF you find a rhino, YES, what a place, Sudipto! Reply Well, surprisingly, there were a few Rhinos I was fortunate enough to have photographed at the time I went… Here’s one: https://www.visioplanet.org/2016/10/chilling-out.html Unfortunately there was a huge flood a few months earlier and many of the animals there died because of it… They’d setup a camp for orphaned animals, full of baby elephants and baby rhinos. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to that camp and fed the baby Rhinos… Reply From my experience, Rhinos in Kaziranga are way easier to spot than the Royal Bengal Tigers in Sunderban… 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.