Changing colors of the sky, the blooming of a flower, or the mystical wild and oceanic life the elements of nature always surprises me. No wonder, land or sky, the earth holds beauty in every part and it never forgets to flaunt when captured in the cameras.
Fauna photographed by Aishwarya Sridhar
To make us awestruck through our digital screens and catch some of the wildlife beauties in her camera, Aishwarya Sridhar presents her skills of photography which are fascinating to have a look at. The animals might be familiar to you, but the attractiveness they hold is absolutely rare to every one of us.
This 25-year-old is not just a photographer but also a poet, writer, and presenter. Wow! Her pocket is full of so many talents and skills. The wildlands of India have the award winner Aishwarya Sridhar who has won the title of young naturalist award and the international camera fair award and many more.
Her collaborations are with Canon, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, and a lot more. A promising photographer and a dedicated nature lover can be the second name of Aishwarya Sridhar.
A visual communication has the power to change the world– Aishwarya Sridhar
A splendid collection of Sridhar’s talent
Illuminating fireflies and the prestigious award
The light of passion caught a lot of attention and gave us our first youngest wildlife photographer who is none other than our dearest Aishwarya Sridhar.
Bhandarhara in Maharashtra gave her this illuminating click and the captures were thousands of fireflies. My heartiest gratitude to her and the fully focused camera and many of the fireflies unfolding for giving this stunning photograph of the year (2020).
Poem by Aishwarya
I was born to live,
I was born to play,
I was born to roam in the forests everyday
The coal mines may be dear to you,
I have a RIGHT on the forests too!!– Aishwarya Sridhar
Inspiration of the award-winning photographer
There are no limits to what you can accomplish, except the limits you can place on your thinking!– Brian Tracy
This famous quote inspires Aishwarya the most when asked about how she started with wildlife photography she said,
” It would be my childhood! I grew up in Panvel (near Mumbai), surrounded by nature—from greenery to animals. A lot of birds used to come into my backyard. Through this, I formed a bond with mother nature at a very young age. And that helped and shaped me into who I am today. “
One more incident that drew me towards photography happened when I guess I was ten years old. I read this news of a tiger being poached, which made me very emotional. And later, for a class assignment, I decided to write a poem on it, and my teachers liked it and motivated me to get it published. I reached out to some magazines, but they all returned with a message that they needed a picture for publication. And I didn’t have any! Eventually, it did get published later by Sanctuary Asia, but without the image.
An artwork with nature
Check out Aishwarya’s documentary Panje- The Last Wetland
A feature directed by Aishwarya Queen of Taru
To have a detailed look on how her work is and some of her write-ups check out Aishwarya Sridhar’s website.