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    Thank you all for your likes & comments for my previous post!!

    This image was made while we return back from the safari drive, we saw this baby langur was left alone in the jungle and was searching for her mother!! Our Naturalist said, the Mother would have been probably killed by the leopard or any predator!! And specifically in forest Weak, aged animals are essential source of food for other wildlife living.

    Though it was a heavy moment for all of us to witness this raw emotion, itís better to leave the nature on its own

    Your comments/critics are welcome.

    Location - Kabini | Karnataka | India
    Gear used: Canon 40D | 100-400 L USM| 27th Jan 2013
    EXIF - Aperture - f5.6, Shutter speed - 1/60 Sec, ISO - 800, Focal Length - 400 mm, White Balance - Manual, Handheld
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    Very emotive image. Looking for help from the troop. If the same troop could locate it, an elderly female will come forward. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    The expressions say a lot, it is looking for help. Good eye contact. The b/w treatment looks nice. The vertical composition works well here as it is looking up. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Nice image. The vertical composition works here. There was earlier a discussion about wildlife photographers and positive intrusion:
    http://indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19

    At times as humans we feel like intervening, however, that may not be the best course of action.

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