Dr. Taarini Johri@taarini_j

Wildlife and travelling,
Exploring different art forms 🌼
Dynamic, you are going to find everything here.
My interests are chaotic.
India 🇮🇳

Barely visible.

#digitalart #doodle #random


"If you can't stand the heat, don't tickle the dragon." Practicing using reference from google.
Also @autodesk is free now. Omg. This is the happiest day of my life.

#Autodesk #digitalart #Dragons #mythicalcreatures #fire #beginner #dontsuemelol #artistsoninstagram


What happens between my stylus and my Tab is that I transport into a world of my own.

#Art #digitalart #mystylemyway #freedom #instaart #letgo


Good morning owlers.

Going to work everyday be like,
"Please make this Stop." The spotted owlet. "They roost in small groups in the hollows of trees or in cavities in rocks or buildings. It nests in a hole in a tree or building, laying 3–5 eggs. They are often found near human habitation.
The call is a harsh and loud churring and chuckling chirurr-chirurr-chirurr ending with a chirwak-chirwakand they call mainly during early dawn or just after sunset." #owls #birds #kaziranga #birdphotography #birdsofinida

Picture by @aniljohri62


The white-cheeked barbet or small green barbet is a species of barbet found in southern India.

This is a weird picture. It is usually more graceful looking haha.


Serenity in loneliness.

Serpent eagle.

#birds #eagle


An Indian Night Jar.
"Best detected from its characteristic calls at dawn and dusk that have been likened to a stone skipping on a frozen lake - a series of clicks that become shorter and more rapid."
This brilliant PHOTO is BY @aniljohri62
#birdphotography #birdsofindia #bird #india #indianwildlife #indianbirds #feather_perfection #instagram #instagood #instabird #birdsofinstagram #nightjar


All common mynas are robots.
Look at their eyes.. So cyborgy😲

Such lovely birds. So many vocalizations.

Read something about them:

The calls includes croaks, squawks, chirps, clicks, whistles and 'growls', and the bird often fluffs its feathers and bobs its head in singing. The common myna screeches warnings to its mate or other birds in cases of predators in proximity or when it is about to take off flying. Common mynas are popular as cage birds for their singing and "speaking" abilities. Before sleeping in communal roosts, mynas vocalise in unison, which is known as "communal noise".


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