Banada Baduku: Wildlife Photography



I’ve known Lokesh Mosale and Gowreesh Kapani for a while now, and have enjoyed and admired their work. Here’s their invitation to see their work:



Banada Baduku
Wildlife Photography Exhibition
Date: December 9th – 15th, 2010
Place: Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore

Hope Springs Eternal…
Welcome to Banada Baduku – an attempt to present the facts of wildlife through our photography. Your support in the previous exhibitions has doubled our enthusiasm, and has encouraged us to enhance our collection.

Our inclination towards wildlife and the magnificience of nature has pushed us to explore its beauty. We have presented a unique, perhaps abstract view of wildlife through our lens. We need to care for wildlife and the environment. Hence this small step to promote slogans such as Stop Poaching, Save Wildlife, Save The Environment. Live & Let Live is our mantra. We believe our galleries definitely capture the attention of nature lovers.

These Wildlife photographs reach you in the form of exhibitis, calendars & greeting cards, serving the dual purpose of creating awareness, and beautifying your home.

Welcoming you and hoping for your support always,

Lokesh Mosale
Gowreesh Kapani


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