IFS officer asks people to share pics of nature’s beauty, they oblige
Parveen Kaswan took to Twitter to start a challenge and asked people to share their beat pictures of wildlife, landscape, or portrait
Nature has a bounty of colours and they’re showcased through each elements of the creation – big or small. That’s exactly what IFS officer Parveen Kaswan’s Twitter thread offers, pictures which showcase the varied hues of nature and there’s a chance that the fascinating images will not only please your eyes but excite your spirit too.
Kaswan took to Twitter to start a challenge and asked people to share their beat pictures of wildlife, landscape, or portrait. “Let’s see the colours,” he wrote and concluded the post.
From brightly-coloured chameleon to mist-covered valley, people shared all sorts of simple yet heartwarming images and they’re immensely beautiful too.
“This one is from Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam. When this pic was taken, the young one was just 10 days old and it was his first stroll with her mother,” wrote a Twitter user and shared this image:
Vibrant blue and red mixed with subtle grey, a user of the micro-blogging site shared such an image which will surely make you say ‘wow.’
Here’s an image of a valley covered in mist:
Then there is this colourful image of a crocodile but from a slightly different perspective than the usual ones we see:
Giraffe standing against a dark purple background caused by setting sun! This image shared by a Twitter user may make your gasp in wonder:
And, then there is this incredible image of a borwn-coloured bird catching a vibrant orange-hued fish:
A face-to-face encounter of a shark and a human is the next image from the thread which is simply enthralling:
Someone shared multiple colours of nature and they’re simple amazing:
Last but not the least, a Twitter user shared an image of a chameleon looking and a moth:
“Whatta response. More than 2500 pictures till now, still coming. All kind of wildlife & information. Is this the most colouful thread on internet?” Kaswan later shared in another tweet. And, we do agree with him.
Do you think that too?