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Thread: Ranthambore Diary June-14 Part-I

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    Default Ranthambore Diary June-14 Part-I

    This was taken during my last visit to RTR , Mother (Noor or T39) was sitting in a water pool with her two cubs and things were quite comfortable for the entire family.
    Suddenly , a jeep rushed in from nowhere and applied breaks just besides the pool causing a panic between both cubs though looks like mother was quite comfortable and didn't bother about the jeep.
    But meanwhile both cubs looked for a bush to hide.
    This is a sequence of a leap that one cub took in a hurry to make his way to bush , here he's preparing himself for a big leap ............. (Other two images to follow in next post)..........
    Canon 7D Canon 300mm f/4.0 , 1/1600 , f/4.0 , ISO - 1600 , Handheld.
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    jump, jump jump and go.... nice moment sir, TFS

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    Natural reaction from the cub, to run for cover when danger is around. You have freezed the moment nicely with the fore paws in the mid air position. The water droplets look nice. Lucky to sight the cubs playing in water. Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice and very natural image of the cub. The rocks look symbolic : It has to face hard life ahead. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Good to see the small cub. It is tough to position vehicle to our liking when there are 15 other vehicles jostling for space. It would have been great if we could have seen its face. It is good to see that the cub is following its natural instinct of trying to hide. That is what will help it in its formative years when it has to avoid dangers of other adult tigers as well as conflict from man. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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