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  1. We can make out the gait of the tiger. When...

    We can make out the gait of the tiger. When Project Tiger started in Corbett they used to tie bait for tiger sighting. With increased protection both the herbivore species as well as tiger numbers...
  2. It becomes quiet hot in late mornings. The...

    It becomes quiet hot in late mornings. The Cheetal has got good velvet covered antlers. Since the deer was moving at a slow pace, 1/2000 shutter speed was not necessary. Lower shutter speed means you...
  3. Single Use Plastics ban from 1st July 2022

    India will ban manufacture, import, stocking, distribution, sale and use of identified single use plastic items, which have low utility and high littering potential, all across the country from July...
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    This has come out very well. For some reason, I...

    This has come out very well. For some reason, I had missed commenting on this shot. The light streaks give a sense of speed and restlessness of the city. The flower is perhaps saying that you still...
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    The details look nice. Overall colors have come...

    The details look nice. Overall colors have come out well. The composition looks good. However, this fellow looks creepy. I would never touch these crawlies. :-) Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
  6. Lovely composition. The frame within a frame...

    Lovely composition. The frame within a frame looks nice. It is difficult to get more depth of field at such close distances. What aperture were you using? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Interesting details in one of the antennae. i...

    Interesting details in one of the antennae. i agree with Mrudul's observation that it is difficult to see such details through our naked eye. One can marvel at the awesome creation of God Only when...
  8. Less space on the right would have been better....

    Less space on the right would have been better. At the moment the small portion of the dried branch shows up on the right side of the frame. It doesn't add to the composition. Thanks for sharing.
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    You got the eye but the rest of the head is...

    You got the eye but the rest of the head is obstructed by vegetation. Wish the entire head was in the clear. Less space on the left and bottom and more space on top would have nice. Thanks for...
  10. Guess the jackal was close to your Safari...

    Guess the jackal was close to your Safari vehicle. Some more space in the direction the jackal is moving would have been nice. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I agree with Mrudul that a wider composition...

    I agree with Mrudul that a wider composition would have been nice. Elephants have keen sense of smell and they know exactly where their kids are. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  12. These fellows are inquisitive. They will wait and...

    These fellows are inquisitive. They will wait and inspect. At times they can come closer to have a better look. The out of foreground vegetation through which the head of the Sambar is composed looks...
  13. Nice horns. Well grown fellow. When the...

    Nice horns. Well grown fellow. When the background is bright and subject is darker, then the meter reading can get fooled. In those situations a positive exposure compensation helps. Thanks for...
  14. Lovely bird. If sunlight would have fallen on its...

    Lovely bird. If sunlight would have fallen on its eye then it would have been lovely. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  15. These are beautiful birds and play a great role...

    These are beautiful birds and play a great role as seed dispersal in the forest. May be a wider composition would have been better with less space on the left of the frame.
  16. Imagine what will happen if garbage collector in...

    Imagine what will happen if garbage collector in your locality doesn't turn up for several days. Scavengers like vultures have evolved to fulfill a very important ecosystem role. First time when I...
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    Interesting effort. It is not easy to get the...

    Interesting effort. It is not easy to get the critical focus right. Look forward to more from this haunted haveli. :-)
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    They have amazingly expressive faces. One can...

    They have amazingly expressive faces. One can certainly create some stunning photos while clicking langurs. However, one needs to take care to expose as the white hair and the black face poses a...
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    Corbett is a big place. Sightings of jackals are...

    Corbett is a big place. Sightings of jackals are generally higher in the grasslands of Corbett as well as in and around the rest houses. They go about their business searching for smaller prey as...
  20. Love the cute ones. Look good in backlight. It...

    Love the cute ones. Look good in backlight. It would have been nice to use a narrow aperture as the one in front is not covered by depth of field. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Lovely metallic finish :-) The macro world is...

    Lovely metallic finish :-) The macro world is colorful. You will never find a dull moment. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    The colour and the texture makes it very...

    The colour and the texture makes it very difficult to notice. This teaches people that one ought to be very careful while placing each step in the natural world. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
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    Very interesting behaviour. Great that you were...

    Very interesting behaviour. Great that you were able to find this. Thanks for sharing.
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    As noted by Mrudul, the low angle indeed makes it...

    As noted by Mrudul, the low angle indeed makes it nice and the subject stands out.
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    In the macro world there is always a struggle for...

    In the macro world there is always a struggle for existence going on. It is upto the photographer to find it. Good find. The spider appears to be looking at the photographer in a questioning glance...
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