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Thread: Getting down

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    Default Getting down

    This is the second leopard which I posted earlier. After allowing all the waiting photographers to click for sometime, he decided he had enough and got down.
    I tried to zoom out and make a wider composition to show the height and how it was trying to get down.

    Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 100-400mm L IS USM lens, f5.6, 1/160, ISO 1600, focal length 210 mm, hand held

    Comments and critiques welcome..
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    This is the advantage of the zoom lens. One can quickly shift focal lengths and capture different compositions. this one shows the habitat whereas in my compositions all you see is ultra closeups.

    The leopard came down at a leisurely pace. It was morning and the leopard yawned and perhaps went down the tree to hunt.

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    lovely shot. TFS

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    Nice and live image. Lovely composition with environ. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    nice moment. lazy leopard on a tree in the morning is certainly a treat.

    tfs
    Roopak

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    I think what was intended has been well achieved. End of monsoon and the forest in its greenest and thickest. I'm immediately reminded of the wonderful smell the forest holds during this season whenever I see this pic.

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    Vijay

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