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Top 3 tips for nature photography

Well it's no surprise that nature lovers all over the world are constantly on the lookout for capturing some of the most amazing and breathtaking sights that nature has to offer. Nature photography in some ways can be considered as an art of understanding nature through the eyes of the observer. 
Here are top 3 tips for capturing the best moments that nature has to offer
1. Be more perceptive about your surroundings

Nature likes to play a game of hide and seek and constantly tries to test us. To be able to capture that perfect shot, you need to be always on your A game and keep all your senses activated. According to me, the most important attribute a nature photographer must have is “Patience”. Sometimes you need to be patiently waiting for the true beauty of nature to manifest before your very own eyes. 
2. Have an eye for detail

The next crucial part in nature photography is having a eye for detail. You need to be imaginative to be able to create that perfect nature map in your mind…

Experience the grandeur of Budapest in 7 photographs

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and for a long time has been one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Europe. I visited Budapest in June last year and it was a memorable trip as i got a perfect opportunity to check out some of the beautiful sights the city had to offer and also experience a completely different culture. I have tried to capture the grandeur of Budapest through the following seven photographs captured by me. 
The magical aura of Budapest can be felt in these aerial views of the city. The two parts of the city "Buda" and "Pest" are separated by the river Danube, which is the second largest river in Europe.

St. Stephen's Basilica is the largest church in Budapest and one of the most popular tourist destinations. The church was completed in the year 1905 and can accommodate close to 8500 people.

The parliament of Budapest is one of the most prominent landmark destinations in Hungary. It stands on the banks of the river Danube and is the …

The leaves of change

In the words of Percy Bysshe Shelley“There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky, which through the summer is not heard or seen, as if it could not be, as if it had not been!”
Finally it seems the season of change is upon us, autumn in Finland can be a rather small affair. It lasts for a month or two and then slowly the transition to the dreaded winter begins. The most exciting part of autumn is watching the leaves slowly change their color and leave behind a visual aura that is quite a treat for a nature lover like myself.

The leaves turning pale in color symbolically represents the arrival of change. The cool autumn breeze and the occasional rain creates a feeling of longing and a desire to implement some new changes in our own lives. In my view, Humans are seasonal creatures and tend to introduce new changes every now and then to make up for the feeling of emptiness and loneliness that follows each one of us like a shadow. 

The arrival of autumn always brings back some wonde…

Life is all about facing your adversities and learning from them.

Albert Einstein once said in a famous quote of his,"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better"
There were times in my life when I felt is there really a god, is there really something called hope and destiny. Let me tell you, life is indeed such an interesting journey, it takes you on a journey across the vast depths of the human mind and tests you by putting obstacles and adversities in your path. It tries to mold you so that one day you are ready to face the real challenges that the world has to offer. When we were small kids little did we realize how hard the world could be. The true challenge my friends is trying to find your place in this world and then trying to make a difference. Don't get me wrong, life is full of opportunities, to succeed in life you just have to grab on to the choices you have in hand and never let go. 

Nature is that force which never sleeps, it rises each day and keeps on going nonstop caring less for what the world h…