Calling photography enthusiasts

We plan to bring out a booklet for children on the rich flora and fauna of Puttenahalli Lake. This is an invitation to all resident shutterbugs to take photographs of the trees and birds at the lake for possible inclusion in the book. We’ll be happy to give due credit to the selected photographs. We will need high resolution pictures. Also, need an aerial view of the lake for the cover. Please send pics by 12th September to


  1. Deepa Mohan says:

    I’ve just sent in a photo….is the lake open to everyone, Usha? Thanks for the work you and the team are “puttenahalling” in, to save this lake!

  2. Usha Rajagopalan says:

    Over the last few weeks, we have been delighted to have received
    amazing photographs taken at Puttenahalli Lake, from many enthusiastic photographers. To ensure that we don’t lose any of these and to showcase this talent, we have a dedicated page on our website, PNLIT Shutterbugs. Most picture displays are linked to their original location on the web. PNLIT acknowledges that all the pictures are the property of their respective owners.

    The link…

    ” Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is
    what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy

    Thank you for capturing the beauty at Puttenahalli Lake!

    More welcome anytime. Just mail your pictures of Puttenahalli Lake and/
    or the vicinity to We will be happy to include them on our website.

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