New Delhi (India), January 17: Yogesh Bhatia, a renowned wildlife photographer from India, has immersed himself in capturing the allure of big cats in the wilds of India and Africa. At the age of 65, he embarked on a daring expedition to Spiti Valley, enduring harsh conditions at 14,000 feet and temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees to photograph the elusive snow leopard. For 10 days, Yogesh devoted 8 hours daily to this pursuit, showcasing not only his resilience but an unwavering commitment to wildlife photography. His images tell tales of feline grace, earning him international recognition in
publications like National Geographic and BBC Wildlife.
From the dense jungles of central India to the arid terrains of Rajasthan, Yogesh‘s lens has
documented the rich biodiversity that defines the subcontinent. The focus on big cats expanded to
Africa, where he captured the lives of lions, tigers, leopards, and cheetahs in the Masai Mara and
The decision to document the elusive snow leopard in Spiti Valley marked a turning point. Yogesh’s
journey became a visual saga, narrating the story of survival in one of the harshest environments on
the planet. His accolades celebrate not just photographic prowess but an unconventional spirit,
inspiring those who believe age should never hinder chasing dreams.
Beyond photography, Yogesh actively contributes to conservation efforts. Talks, workshops, and
collaborations with organizations emphasize the need for habitat preservation and species
protection. Notably, he mentors a wildlife photography group, passing on his knowledge and passion
to the next generation.
As Yogesh continues to explore uncharted territories, his legacy becomes an inspiration for aspiring
photographers. Each image in his tapestry weaves a narrative of untamed beauty, resilience, and a
deep connection with the wild. It serves as a reminder that the wilderness, with its challenges and
mysteries, is a treasure worth preserving. Yogesh’s lens, a compass guiding us through unexplored
territories, urges appreciation, respect, and protection of the wonders of the natural world.
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