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    Leopard in Monsoon @ Kabini

    Although I'd been advised by my friends not to venture out onto Kabini (Nagarahole) owing to lack of predator sightings and the heavy downpour, I still went ahead just to enjoy the jungle in the...
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    I was there for a 1 Night stay enroute to...

    I was there for a 1 Night stay enroute to Ranthambhore. While I sighted this Male on the evening safari & there was no sighting the next morning, I did sight a Tigress (ST-3 / T-18 of Ranthambhore,...
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    Tiger from Sariska

    My first ever trip to Sariska and I was fortunate enough to not only sight a couple of Tigers but also photograph one. This dominant Male is ST-6 (erstwhile T-7 of Ranthambhore).

    Apparently, all...
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    Thanks a lot Kaustuv for your kind comments !

    Thanks a lot Kaustuv for your kind comments !
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    Thanks a lot Mrudul Ji for your kind comments. ...

    Thanks a lot Mrudul Ji for your kind comments.

    Except for Zone 3 (Lake area) & parts of Zone 5 (Bakaula area), there is acute scarcity of water and many water holes in the tourism zones have...
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    It's hot in Ranthambhore

    Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, April 2013.

    The dominant Male of the Lake area in Ranthambhore, "Star" a.k.a T-28, on a hot sultry afternoon. Waited for him to yawn in order to capture this moment....
  7. Thanks Sabyasachi Ji for your kind comments. ...

    Thanks Sabyasachi Ji for your kind comments.

    She no longer seems to be a recluse like earlier times & happens to be one of the most sighted cats in the tourism zone this year. Also while she...
  8. Thanks Mrudul Ji for your kind comments, It is...

    Thanks Mrudul Ji for your kind comments,

    It is quite hot out there. Except the Lake area, most waterholes are dry & look like small puddles instead. The department seems to have stopped sending...
  9. The erstwhile Queen of Ranthambhore - Machali

    I'm back from yet another trip to Ranthambhore but can't wait to go back again in 4 weeks time !

    The erstwhile Queen of Ranthambhore - Machali a.k.a T-16, shot on 13/04/2013 evening @ Ranthambhore...
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    Brown Fish Owl on the rock

    I sighted this majestic Owl perched on a rock at a waterhole in Ranthambhore last week. Our Gypsy was the first enter that zone on a morning safari with 3 others following close behind on a narrow...
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    I guess it is always better to expose the subject...

    I guess it is always better to expose the subject properly rather than worrying about the sky getting washed out. Thanks for all your valuable comments !
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    Sabyasachi Ji, yes it was shot handheld by...

    Sabyasachi Ji, yes it was shot handheld by leaning onto the rear of my car.

    Mrudul Ji, sure I'll do so in future. The speck you see in the BG isn't a dust spot, wonder what it is & on hindsight I...
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    That's a Fairy Lily also known as the White Rain...

    That's a Fairy Lily also known as the White Rain Lily (Zephyranthes candida) from the Amaryllidaceae (amarlyllis) family.
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    Razor sharp focus amidst a cluttered foreground...

    Razor sharp focus amidst a cluttered foreground and that too handheld at an unimaginable shutter speed of 1/30 (atleast for me !). OUTSTANDING !!!
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    Indian Pond Heron in early morning light

    The Indian Pond Heron or Paddybird (Ardeola grayii), shot @ Uran wetlands on the outskirts of Mumbai, November 2012.

    EXIF : Canon 60D, Canon 400 mm f/5.6L, Aperture Priority, f/5.6, 1/1250, ISO...
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    Sabyasachi Ji, As always, thanks a lot for...

    Sabyasachi Ji,

    As always, thanks a lot for your wonderful critique !

    EXIF : Canon 60D, Canon 400 mm f/5.6, Aperture Priority, 5.6, 1/800, ISO 320, EC+1 but pulled down in PP, Ev.Metering, 25%...
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    Himalayan Griffon in Flight

    And a flight shot of this Majestic scavenger.
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    Another shot but with direct eye-contact.

    Another shot but with direct eye-contact.
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    Thank you so much Sabyasachi Ji, Roopak & Mrudul...

    Thank you so much Sabyasachi Ji, Roopak & Mrudul Ji for your comments.

    Although it is absolutely great to know that the Juveniles migrate as far as down south, how I wish they aren't found...
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    Himalayan Griffons @ Ranthambhore

    Iím posting here after a long long hiatus indeed but hope to make amends !

    The Himalayan Griffons (Gyps himalayensis) / Ranthambhore / February 2013.

    I made this image while tracking the...
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    Absolutely splendid work Sabyasachi Ji & can't...

    Absolutely splendid work Sabyasachi Ji & can't wait for the complete version !

    More than the amazing capabilities of the C300, it is your perseverance to raise awareness that stands out !

    While...
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    This indeed is shocking. This is the height of cruelty ! I'm speechless.
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    Nice shot Murugan. As Sabyasachi Ji has...

    Nice shot Murugan.

    As Sabyasachi Ji has rightly pointed out, the SS was too low.

    At a Focal length of 300 mm (handheld), a shutter speed of 1/500 might be ideal for getting tack sharp...
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    The Common Castor Butterfly

    This image is of the Common Castor butterfly (Ariadne merione). Beautiful pattern on their wings !

    This bright orange butterfly gets its name because the larve of this butterfly feed almost...
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    Okra Flower

    This image is of the flower of Okra Abelmoschus esculentus.

    Okra, also known as bhindi, bendi, ladyís finger, gumbo is a member of the mallow family (Malvaceae) related to Cotton, Hibiscus &...
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