Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
It was only over a month ago when young photographer Vidhya Narayanan launched her first book globally. Riding on its successful launch, the author has now opened her new blog on her website http://vidhyanarayanan.com/blog. Blogs are an excellent tool to connect with your audience and a great platform to share stories that would otherwise lay untold shares Vidhya.
The author and photographer has already travelled an expanse of locations to photograph what she calls moments that are subtle and esoteric at the same time. The photographs in her recently launched book span across the plains of Texas, several Birding and tourist hotspots in New York to the suburbs of Hyderabad in South India and the world famous Taj Mahal in North India, among others.
Vidhyas book is available on amazon.com in the United States as a Paperback and as Amazon Kindle formats and is distributed to Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom through Amazons expanded distribution channels. Imported Edition of the book is also available in India on Flipkart.com.
About the author
Vidhya Narayanan is an alumnus of New York Institute of Photography. She is an extensive traveler and alternates her time between India and the United States where she resides at present. Vidhya is an active Wikipedian and contributes many of her photographs for the Wikipedia pages. Several of her photographs have been used, on request, for personal and commercial needs by professionals and writers across the world.
Vidhya is a wildlife enthusiast and does her bit for nature and wildlife conservation through various societies that she is part of. She is an associate member of the Audubon Society, the New York City Audubon, the National Wildlife Federation, the National Geographic Society, a Focus member of the International Center of Photography and a life member of the Bird Watchers Society of Andhra Pradesh. Her website is http://vidhyanarayanan.com.
Members of the media who wish to interview the author or request a complimentary review copy of the book may contact 201-744-9354.
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