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Thread: Mouse Deer posing from Bandipur.....

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    Default Mouse Deer posing from Bandipur.....

    Had a good trip last sunday to Bandipur with family...They are lucky to spot the cute deer....Canon 600d,tamron 150-600mm,f.6.3, 1/40, ISO3200, on 600mm, hand held ...Low light click
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    Such a cute little fellow . Good you photographed when it turned towards you. Is this a crop? I would have liked a bit more space on the top and more on the left and less on the right. Thanks for sharing.

    P.S - You can put a smaller copyright mark, as the present one is slightly distracting. Thanks.

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    You had extra-ordinary luck to look at and photograph this most diminutive deer of our jungle. Short slender legs, nice eyes, aptly captured. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    This looks like a large crop and the details are not there. The intrusive copyright logo simply takes away our attention.

    If you have embedded details of the copyright in the image Exif, then overlaying the copyright notice on the image is also not necessary. However, we put a discreet copyright notice on the image. Anything more than that looks very irritating.

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    Congratulations, it's a once in a life time kind of dream coming true. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you all ....for the valuable comments ....Agree with you all....Actually its not a cropped image patra ji...Me too felt so abt my name ...after posting ,my name is little huge...Its disturbing the image...Next time i will avoid that...

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    Jarin Bhai,

    Is one of the hind legs stretched backwards?

    Kinds regards,
    SaktiWild

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    Yes Shakti bhai.....I really dnt knw what happens to this one..it's always like posing for camera...it was morethan half an hrs sighting!!!after we left him there and we came back...

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    It is natural behaviour of Mouse Deer.
    You may refer to our Natural History column : Country Notebook- M. Krishnan 'Mouse Deer by Daylight' uploaded on 18.02. 2017

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    Oh..thanks nice..thanks for the info!!!

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    It is any wildlife enthusiast's dream come true to sight a critically endangered species in the wild. You were blessed enough to not only sight but photograph the mouse deer. Superb documentation and thanks for sharing

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