Elevating everything to dancing egyptian inchworms.

Prints of some of my photos (especially the greenmarket series) are available over at moonmilk.etsy.com.

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    vanishing cream says:

    "if we're ever on the same coast at the same time again, we must make it a point to meet up for more than an hour with our shoes off.

    it's always a pleasure, my dear..."

    February 21st, 2008

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    Auntie P says:

    "If you do nothing else today, you must look at Ranjit's stream. Particularly his Greenmarket Produce Scans set - you'll be amazed at how he can keep delivering such quality and variety. I've been a fan for a long time and thought it was about time I went public. Ranjit is also a great person, whose lovely comments I am delighted to have on many of my photographs. Check him out."

    July 15th, 2006

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    Frank Lantz says:

    "R is for Ranjit
    A is for A letter
    N is for 'nother letter
    J is for Just another letter
    I is for It's just another letter
    T is for This is just another letter

    Put it all together and it spells Ranjit."

    April 20th, 2006

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    knautia says:

    "ranjit is fabulous - I've become addicted to his scans, comments and fabulous foodart. More, now!"

    July 18th, 2005

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    Doctor Beef says:

    "Ranjit's photos have long had me in awe. He's got the greatest knack in finding something beautiful, something interesting in otherwise mundane subjects. It just blows my mind sometimes. I don't know how he does it, but I'm glad he does!"

    June 9th, 2005

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    brendadada says:

    "ranjit's 'snowdrop' photo essay is an exquisite set of macros with an accompanying magical annotated walk to work. Like the snowdrops, he really brightened up my winter. I urge you to see it, it's one of my all time favourite things about flickr. And that 'dancing waters' set is truly gorgeous. These pictures just get better and better."

    May 16th, 2005

Ranjit Bhatnagar
February 2004
Brooklyn, USA
making games