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    Good to see it when it is about to jump. I think...

    Good to see it when it is about to jump. I think the lower shutter speed has resulted in lower sharpness. Overall the frame gives an idea of a very natural event happening in the insect world. Thanks...
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    Very interesting. One may not notice in the first...

    Very interesting. One may not notice in the first instance. I think less space at the top and more at the bottom may have been tried. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Owls have lovely and mesmerising eyes. I like the...

    Owls have lovely and mesmerising eyes. I like the eye contact here. Is this a large crop? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Great that you got to see mother and child. Nice...

    Great that you got to see mother and child. Nice eye contact. I feel less space at the top would strengthen the composition. A bit lower saturation will also be fine. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
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    Good that you got it in the clear without any...

    Good that you got it in the clear without any obstructing vegetation. The eye looks lovely. They were once a common sight during childhood days. With increasing urbanity, we hardly see them outside...
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    Nice sighting. Good that you got a side profile....

    Nice sighting. Good that you got a side profile. Wish you had got with a prey. Dil maange more. :) That would have been simply awesome. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Great sighting of a tiger in Sundarbans! These...

    Great sighting of a tiger in Sundarbans! These tigers have to do phenomenal amount of hard work just to move within muddy swamps and swim in tide. So obviously they will be lean. The size of prey...
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    Nice sighting. Tough to shoot as a few vegetation...

    Nice sighting. Tough to shoot as a few vegetation was obstructing the face. How long did this sighting last? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    This seems to be a slightly wider crop than your...

    This seems to be a slightly wider crop than your previous horizontal shot. Lucky moment to witness it.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Its tail looks nice. Without the curved branch in...

    Its tail looks nice. Without the curved branch in front it would have been great. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Great to see this one. Yet to see a dark morph...

    Great to see this one. Yet to see a dark morph there. Great to hear that you sighted tigers as well. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Melodious bird. It brings much joy to our lives....

    Melodious bird. It brings much joy to our lives. Sadly with increased urbanisation we don't often hear its call. Good that you got a clear view without any vegetation obstructing it. The steep angle...
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    I love the look in its eyes. Looks like a fully...

    I love the look in its eyes. Looks like a fully drenched kid coming back home. :)
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    During rains the various weeds and plants give a...

    During rains the various weeds and plants give a green look to the land. Watching a tiger in the greenery is always a nice sight. Just one sighting of a tiger uplifts the mood and fills us with awe....
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    The kid is nicely framed by the trunk of the...

    The kid is nicely framed by the trunk of the elder. Shows how the elephants protect their young. Tigers are known to be opportunistic and attack elephant calf. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
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    Interesting pose. I always find the eyes of the...

    Interesting pose. I always find the eyes of the leopard very beautiful. The height of the vehicle is an advantage while clicking shots of leopards on tree top. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
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    This looks a bit soft. Is it a large crop?

    This looks a bit soft. Is it a large crop?
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    Nice catch. Did you click from any other angle? A...

    Nice catch. Did you click from any other angle? A top view? The flash creates a harsh highlight. Else this works fine. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  19. In engineering drawing we learnt that this angle...

    In engineering drawing we learnt that this angle is called as top view. The depth of field from this perspective covers both of them well. Ofcourse the mud will always be out of focus. However, this...
  20. The waterdroplet appears like the head of a vine...

    The waterdroplet appears like the head of a vine snake. Was the twig swinging in air when you clicked?
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    Interesting. There is so much about behaviour of...

    Interesting. There is so much about behaviour of various species that we don't understand. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lovely catch. Looks so cute. What else you got...

    Lovely catch. Looks so cute. What else you got from there? Thanks for sharing.
  23. Tiger Cub with kingfisher on top

    Tiger cub walking on a check dam in bandhavgarh with a kingfisher watching from a branch above. From my archives.

    Canon 800mm (400mm f2.8 L IS USM lens + 2xTC), f5.6, 1/320, ISO 200, full frame...
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    Completely agree with you Abhishek! If you are...

    Completely agree with you Abhishek!

    If you are close then use live view. And more importantly respect the personal space of the snake and click from a distance. A 70-200 or 100-400 should be fine...
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    Tiger in Grassland

    There are many unedited photos in my archives. Editing those now. This photo is one of those.

    Bandhavgarh National Park. This is an early morning shot where the tiger was soaking the sun in...
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