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    Default Ranthambore diary May-15

    Just back from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve , I was there for 10-days for some specific reason , though same wasn't get fulfilled but this time I was overwhelmed by few leopard sighting in RTR which is again a different experience for me.
    These images are of female leopard from zone -4 , ours was the only jeep present there during the entire 1/2hr sighting.
    She was very comfortable with our presence; saw her chasing peacock which apparently un-successful but then she gave us an adequate time to capture thru my lens.

    Canon EOS7D , Canon 300mm f/4 , 1/320 , f/4 , ISO-800 , +0.3 step Handheld.
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    Lovely sighting and eye contact. Good action. The image doesn't look sharp. Is this a large crop? Did you post an image larger than 1024 pixels?

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    Nice to see a leopard in Ranathambore. Liked the pose and the eye contact. The rocky background looks nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Dada , yes indeed , I posted image larger than 1024, org image is very sharp.

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    Good pose and a nice setting. Agree the image looks soft.

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    Since it was posted larger than 1024 & high resolution image. Re-posting here again with 1024 on longer side & 300KB file size.
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    Amazing display of movement of the second* strongest muscles of the leopard in the legs, so nicely captured.
    Looking at this image, we could fully appreciate how the ' Man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag
    entered through the narrow slip of the window set at some 4 feet above the floor level avoiding knocking the large brass vessel containing drinking-water placed there.'
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild
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