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    Good that you got a clear shot of the bird....

    Good that you got a clear shot of the bird. Whenever there is side lighting the form of the subject comes out well. However, you don't get that catchlight in the eye. Were you shooting from a vehicle...
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    Often in Tadoba this bird cuts a very lonely...

    Often in Tadoba this bird cuts a very lonely figure. Not sure why we don't get many water birds in the lake there. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice sighting. The vegetation nicely frames the...

    Nice sighting. The vegetation nicely frames the bird. It is ready to flyoff if the intruders move an inch forward. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Wow! What a look! Gods have blessed you with such...

    Wow! What a look! Gods have blessed you with such a lovely sighting.
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    It is always a nice experience to see a tiger, no...

    It is always a nice experience to see a tiger, no matter how good the light may or may not be. The dirt track is less used and grass has started growing over it. So it gives a better wild feeling...
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    If you don't tell people that this is a close up...

    If you don't tell people that this is a close up of a snail then many people won't be able to guess.
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    Looks very interesting. This angle is tough to...

    Looks very interesting. This angle is tough to shoot, as the broad leaf ensures that the head of the spider will not be within the depth of field. So slightly moving to your left and angling the...
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    This one looks like having the head of a rabbit....

    This one looks like having the head of a rabbit. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Vineet, Were you shooting from the car? I guess...

    Vineet,
    Were you shooting from the car? I guess you were handholding. Though your camera looks tiny, it has a long zoom. So any imperfection in shooting technique is amplified. You need to ensure ...
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    I love this sighting. I am not sure why the roads...

    I love this sighting. I am not sure why the roads inside the forests are well maintained? This makes people speed in their vehicles and the chances of roadkills increases.

    Less space at the...
  11. Looks like sighting was pretty late in the...

    Looks like sighting was pretty late in the evening? I would have loved a bit more space at the top so that the hills in the background would have added to the image. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
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    Lovely pose. I guess it was a bit far and the...

    Lovely pose. I guess it was a bit far and the focus points didn't latch on to the leopard. In such situations slightly helping the focus manually would be good. There is lot of work going on to use...
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    Nice to see this one. The sambar has its tail up,...

    Nice to see this one. The sambar has its tail up, though not completely to indicate alarm.

    There is a lot of pilgrim traffic to the temple. If I remember correctly, saturday and tuesday people...
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    Love the well built tiger. Watching a grown up...

    Love the well built tiger. Watching a grown up tiger moving around in the wilds is always a fantastic experience.

    Did you click it late in the morning or early in the afternoon? How long was the...
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    This is a sickening sight. Highly condemnable...

    This is a sickening sight. Highly condemnable behaviour. Our greed has made us grab all the Earth's resources. We are forgetting that we humans as well as all other species on earth are linked by a...
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    Spoonbill

    A spoonbill was carrying a large dried leaf to line up its nest.

    Taken from a boat in Ranganathittue wildlife sanctuary.

    400mm, f9, ISO 3200, 1/1250s, full frame image.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    The entire family of products of Sandisk Professional series
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    Misty Hills

    Misty Hills. Longing to go back to the mountains again. Another shot from my archives.

    Canon 1DIV, Canon 24-70 f2.8 L USM lens, ISO 400, 70mm, f13, 1/320mm, full frame image.
  19. Western Digital Debuts SanDisk Professional Brand

    Western Digital launches Sandisk Professional Brand

    If you are a photographer or filmmaker then chances of using Sandisk brand is high. Western Digital which owns the sandisk brand has launched...
  20. Panasonic releases GH5 Mark II mirrorless camera with wireless streaming

    Panasonic releases GH5 Mark II mirrorless camera

    Panasonic has issued an update to the GH5 camera. The GH5 MarkII camera has a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor with Anti-Reflective (A.R.)...
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    Good that the head is clear and the eye has got a...

    Good that the head is clear and the eye has got a catchlight. Guess this was a bit far off. They kind of flirt from one branch to another so one needs to track and fire fast. Thanks for sharing.
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  22. This was a lovely sighting. A lot of people feel...

    This was a lovely sighting. A lot of people feel that leopards can't/won't kill cows. They will when they get a chance. Smaller sized prey becomes easier to kill and also carry. So even if a cow calf...
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    I would love to sight the scene where the tiger...

    I would love to sight the scene where the tiger is carrying a guar or its head. :-)

    It seems the focus is a bit ahead of the tiger. It is not easy to focus when a tiger is at a distance and hid...
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    Gaurs generally run away. However, I have faced...

    Gaurs generally run away. However, I have faced gaurs snarling at me. E. R. C. Davidar has described an attack where he was badly injured by a gaur.

    This image with space all around gives a nice...
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    The eye looks to be in focus despite the...

    The eye looks to be in focus despite the vegetation. Zooming out to click at a wider angle would have included more of the habitat. When we see hint of legs, then our minds eye wants to see the...
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