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Zaten gelişleri hiç sevemedim ben.Nihayetinde her geliş, bir gidişe gebeydi...
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  • Sometimes instead of #mondayblues, Monday offers new possibilities.
  • Sometimes instead of #mondayblues, Monday offers new possibilities.
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  • Only 35 more mondays until its Summer again!
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  • End of summer feels at Okains Bay, New Zealand🌞 Today was last day of this gorgeous weather. Time to battern down the hatches!
  • End of summer feels at Okains Bay, New Zealand🌞 Today was last day of this gorgeous weather. Time to battern down the hatches!
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  • A robin that loves the morning light...
  • A robin that loves the morning light...
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  • Scattered across more than a dozen beaches on the Indian coast, are the extremely threatened non-arribada sites of Olive Ridley Turtles. Robbed of ...
  • Scattered across more than a dozen beaches on the Indian coast, are the extremely threatened non-arribada sites of Olive Ridley Turtles. Robbed of the protection of nesting in masses, these sites are subject to low hatching rates due to a plethora of man-made and natural threats. From predators to poachers to feral dogs, the nests and the hatchings have to endure significant dangers to make it back to the sea after hatching. However, in few beaches local conservators have started in-situ and ex-situ conservation of nests to ensure that the nesting efforts of the mother Turtle doesn’t go futile. The image was made at one such in-situ conservation site on the Konkan coast. Since, the site did not have an abundance of nests, I had to wait for five days checking every morning and evening to see if any nests had hatched that day. Finally, on the sixth day, after more than 50% of the eggs had failed to hatch, a small batch of hatchings had finally emerged from under the sand to crawl back to the sea. I framed the image of the hatching crawling back to sea using a wide-angle approach to incorporate the sea and the surrounding Konkan ghats and give the image a sense of inclusion into the habitat. Through the efforts of the local conservators, non-arribada sites on several beaches have now started resulting in very successful hatching rates. This site though an active conservation site, had resulted in low hatching rates that year 📸 by @swayam.mohapatra #wildestindia
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