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    taken at masinagudi-thepakad route 7.30 AM

    Canon SX20IS
    1/160 sec
    f/3.5
    iso 160(auto)
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    Hind legs crossed. Little bit of playing with dust. Moving in a leisurely-pleasurely(!) way. Nice moment captured.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Nice behavior photographed. Moving the camera a bit more to the right, with less space on the left would have enhanced the composition further. A higher shutter speed would have been good to get more details. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Nice that you got him in open,looks relaxed.................
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    Suraj.S

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    Nice pose of the elephant. The action is nice. The low angle is good. In wildlife photography, more space in front of the animal is often preferred. Placing the subject at the centre leads to a static image.

    Since you were at a lower angle and had pointed your camera upwards, there is some purple fringing at the high contrast areas near the canopy. It happens with consumer zoom lenses and compact cameras. Thanks for sharing. Look forward to more.

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    Sabyasachi

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