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Thread: Ranthambore Diary June-14

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    Default Ranthambore Diary June-14

    Cutest member of RTR .
    AV priority , 1/1600 , f/4.0 , ISO - 1600 , EC - 0 , Cropped , 300mm f/4.0 , 7D

    This was a superb sighting in zone-1 , we were with the family almost for 2hrs and clicked approx. more than 1000shots.
    More to come. Stay tuned.
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    Nice to see them on move in the open. Was the mother not around? Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

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    Cute. Wish they were facing ie moving into the frame rather than away. A less intrusive copyright would have been good as the attention goes to the copyright rather than to the cubs and hence it is a distraction. Though I understand your concern, since the size of the images posted here are small, other than downloading and use in school projects I don't think there would be any commercial applications. Furthermore, images of much higher resolutions are available in the net eg if one needs image of tigress moving a cub in her mouth, then one can get high resolution image clicked by Nick Nichols in bandhavgarh. Just a copyright info at one corner would suffice. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice photograph. When we focus our eyes on the backs of these two beautiful cubs moving away from us ,we feel a perception effect coming into play in the brain with the objects shifting further away from us. This has made the image so interesting to me. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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