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Hiii everyone I am Monu and I have a huge interest in wildlife photography. Does anyone knows about the wildlife photography workshop which is going to be conducted by Mr. Sudhir Shivaram at Ranthambore, India. :?:
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It's been cancelled as it clashed with the Guildford Xmas Craft Fayre
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I fear you should have turned left at Albuquerque. This is not a forum where folks could point to Ranthambore on a map.
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Ranthambhore is one of the largest national parks in northern India, covering an area of 392 km², where will Mr. Shivaram be as it might take me a while to find him?
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DeadYankee wrote:It's been cancelled as it clashed with the Guildford Xmas Craft Fayre


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Seriously, suggest you contact Sudhir directly to find out the next shoot in that region and costs. His website is pretty comprehensive. That's your best bet.

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