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Somdutt Prasad – The Grand Mosque – Abu Dhabi

January 16, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Also known as the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, this Mosque has many special and unique elements: It is designed to use natural light at it’s best, and clearly the architects studied the light and designed well, which makes it a dream to photograph. The carpet in the main prayer hall is said to be the world’s largest carpet …

Blog By Somdutt Prasad – Lionesses Playing

January 16, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Dr Somdutt Prasad stopped in Kenya on the way back from the UK to Kolkata for a 5 day break at The Maasai Mara, to enjoy wildlife and photograph them. He was lucky enough to see Lions Cheetahs and Leopards in their natural habitat.  Lions often live in large prides, and will show great affection …

Owl Turning Head – Somdutt Prasad Photography Blog

January 16, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Most of us love turning heads, but in reality we can’t! Most people and animals can move their eyes to track objects and turn their heads only to a limited extend to follow subjects in view. Owls are different, they have fixed eye sockets, so their eyeballs can’t rotate, forcing them to stretch and rotate …

Blog by Somdutt Prasad – The Superb Starling

January 16, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Somdutt Prasad is back from the Porini Cheetah Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya bringing beautiful pictures and videos from Masai Mara. Here is the first of the series on Masai Mara. We were at the Porini Cheetah camp, Masai Mara, Kenya. As in most safaris, late morning is not a good time to see the mammals, …

Dr Somdutt Prasad

January 16, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

The Jungle Heirarchy We saw a Cheetah feasting on it’s kill in the fading light one evening in Masai Mara, off the Porini Lion Camp. So next morning we went early to check the site out. The Cheetah was nowhere to be seen, but vultures were feasting on the remaining flesh. The law of the …

Demystifying Cuban Taxi Services – Tours on classic cars in Cuba

January 10, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

When on a whirlwind tour of Cuba, using our classic cars becomes mandatory. This is because we are the only one who offers one-day tours to Vinales, Varadero, or Trinidad. We also have a personalized taxi service which can take you anywhere in Cuba, for as long as you want. You can therefore, book your …

How to optimize a vacation in Havana?

January 10, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Whenever you take a vacation in Havana, passing through Habana airport is mandatory. Habana airport provides excellent airport transfer services right from its Jose Martin airport to various locations across the country. These include Varadero, La Habana Vieja, Vedado and also Miramar. Our company offers all the services across the board. Our services include taxi …

Manaslu Circuit Trek

January 8, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Travel and Torus

Manaslu circuit trekking is an awesome ordeal as walk leads through innate towns with fascinating society and basic lifestyle among the slope individuals in the shade of high piles of midwest Himalaya. Manaslu zone is gradually getting prevalent because of its remoteness, disengaged towns and trekking in solace of numerous tea house alongside great day …