20.4.11

A Leopard in Yala.



Leica M6. Summicron 2/35.
For better leopard pictures have a look at RukshanJ

18.2.11

Yala National Park, Sri Lanka





Pictures taken with a Hasselblad XPan.

21.1.11

28.9.09

soneva gili



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27.9.09

22.9.09

udappu 18.09.09



Leica D-Lux 4

31.5.09

Sailing in the Maldives - the good old-fashioned way.



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23.5.09

Mohan the Master of Hanging Exhibitions.



An exhibition of recent black and white photographs by Dominic Sansoni of Lunuganga. Displayed at the Barefoot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The exhibition is part of activities for Geoffrey Bawa commemoration week.

Sunday, May 24, 2009
till
Sunday, May 31, 2009

The exhibition is part of activities for Geoffrey Bawa commemoration week.

All prints are for sale.

All proceeds go to the Geoffrey Bawa Trust.

13.4.09

"Amazon Chernobyl"



A waste pit in a pristine forest in Ecuador.

Chevron has admitted that Texaco dumped more than 18 billion gallons of toxic waste into Amazon waterways, abandoned more than 900 waste pits, burned millions of cubic meters of gases with no controls, and spilled more than 17 million gallons of oildue to pipeline ruptures.

The lawsuit alleged that Texaco used a variety of sub-standard production practices in Ecuador that resulted in the dumping of billions of gallons of toxic waste into Amazon waterways. Five indigenous groups have had their traditional lifestyles decimated, and one group (the Tetetes) has disappeared.

http://www.texacotoxico.org/eng/

For a few more images please click on the link - Amazon Chernobyl

14.3.09

13.3.09

Sri Lankan Tea Country.




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21.1.09

A JOE BERLINGER FILM “ CRUDE “ - HAVE YOU SEEN THE PRICE OF OIL LATETLY?



http://www.crudefilm.com/

"The landmark case takes place in the Amazon jungle of Ecuador, pitting 30,000 indigenous and colonial rainforest dwellers against the U.S. oil giant Chevron. The plaintiffs claim that Texaco – which merged with Chevron in 2001 – spent three decades systematically contaminating one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, poisoning the water, air and land."

I have been fortunate enough to travel to Ecuador and take some stills for the documentary. World premiere will be at Sundance Film Festival 2009.