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Chandrikan raised his hand, signaling our driver to stop. His thin body tensed. “An alarm call,” he whispered.  “The deer can see the tiger.” With his palm he smacked the side of the jeep and we took off, jostling deeper into the trees. Bonnie, here, coming to you on Day Three of our India Photo Expedition with professional photographer Efrain Padro. After two crazy days in Delhi and the best train ride of our lives (ask me sometime and I’ll tell you the stories), we arrived here at Ranthambore Nature Park, where the elusive Mr. Tiger never showed his stripes. But it was an adventure all the same, and one that produced lots of nature photos we can try to sell to magazines when we get home. Efrain mentioned that it’s important when you’re selling nature photos to magazines to go online and look for the scientific name to put in the photo caption or keywords. (This is true for stock, too.) For example, here’s a dendrocitta vagabunda, taken by attendee Connie Owens: Here’s a psittacula krameri, taken by Maggie Martin: And here’s a small herd of axis taken by Viki Hildreth: Of course, we got a lot of other great shots on the way here and around town, too: Connie Owens Connie Owens Charla Bird-Ross Linda Engelsiepen Viki Hildreth What an amazingly animated and colorful country this is. With a camera, you get to discover it in a new light… see more details… find the beauty in everything. And we haven’t even scratched the surface. Tomorrow we delve deeper into Rajasthan to visit ancient palaces of kings, step barefoot into sacred temples… and ride a camel. We will, of course, be snapping photos along the way that we can sell to magazines and as stock, too. Also on the agenda: Shopping! I’m sensing a new pashmina in my near future. Until next time, Namaste. [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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