Your Photos from our March 2019 issue
Masai Mara, Kenya: Even the largest mammal on land is dwarfed by the vastness of the African Savannah. African bush elephants walk up to a 100km in a single day. These majestic elephants enjoy solitary moments and often move without their herd.
Photographer: Reader Kunal Gupta
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Tell us what you were doing there, and how this photograph came to be.
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GRAFFITI GALORE, Sydney, Australia: On a recent trip to Australia, I found myself strolling down the streets of Newtown, Sydney, often referred to as the art hub of the city. Newtown’s stunning graffiti left me with a newfound appreciation for this artform. The vivid graffiti and mobile operator ad combined with
a man fiddling with his phone painted a very realistic picture of urban life.
Photographer: Reader Aman Chhabra
GOLDEN HOUR Munsyari, Uttarakhand: Growing up in Pithoragarh, the five majestic peaks of Panchachuli formed the backdrop to my childhood. On my first trip to Munsyari, I was excited to see these peaks from a closer distance. For the past 25 years, I saw them from afar, but seeing these mountains from a closer range was absolutely breath-taking.
Photographer: Reader Ravi Valdiya
TEA TIME Munnar, Kerala: On my way to Top Station, I noticed these women harvesting tea leaves under the harsh sun. I stopped the car and witnessed the beautiful story of tea unravel before me. I realised that these workers had an extremely difficult and tedious job and noticed the amount of labour that goes into this process. This picture was taken to serve as a reminder of the time and effort that goes into every cup of tea, all so that we can enjoy each sip.
Photographer: Reader Hafiz Mohamed K