MP Santosh Pics

Santosh Pic

EI Desk

TRS Rajya Sabha MP J Santosh Kumar is continuing his Sunday photography of nature and wildlife. He has been posting these pics on his Twitter account. This Sunday, he clicked two ducks in a lake, floating on placid waters at a nearby water body. He learnt taking photos after he decided to post a pic every Sunday.  For sometime, he is focusing on #BirdPhotography. Sanotsh launched Green India Challenge five years ago to promote greenery and nature.

Within a few hours after posting the pics on December 4, Sunday, he got 32 Retweets 3 quotes and 175 likes, and still counting. “This way, I wanted to inspire youngsters to take to nature and wildlife.  Just as once Jawaharlal Nehru famously said, “Don’t shoot wild animals and birds with guns, but shoot them with your cameras”, Santosh too believes in the same.  Hope Santosh’s #HappySunday message goes well.


“Weekly dose of my #Photography”











Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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