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    Place - Nijhum Dip, Hatia, Bangladesh

    Gears - 60D
    Lens 55-250mm (230mm)
    F-5.6, 1/200, 200 iso
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    Good. In Hatia Char in Noakhali, Bangladesh; Water Buffalo seen in the image may be semi-domesticated specimen, cross-bred between a very few wild ones still may be surviving in Myanmer and farm Buffalo of Hatia. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Nice to see this big herd. The low angle looks nice. Is this a crop? Slight more space on the left would have been good. An higher aperture and higher shutter speed would be good for more details. Thanks for sharing.

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    yes this is the crop picture
    i cant give space in left, because there was a Buffalo's head in the frame, i cut that off, thats why the space in left became small. The time was almost evening, low light and i had not any fixed lens with me, thats why i couldn't use higher shutter speed and aperture.

    thanks for your comment.

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    Agree with Mrudul. A higher ISO setting would have allowed for a larger aperture. As the blacks are pre-dominant on the animal, a bit of a +EC would also help exposing the blacks better.

    Lovely eye contact of the leading pair and the dust from the hoofs adds to this image. The low angle is a huge plus to this nice composition.

    thanks for sharing

    Rajan

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    thanks for your advise, i will remember it in future.

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    Water buffaloes never lose their instincts and can easily become feral if left alone for many years. Do you have any information when they were last seen in contact with people?

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    actually sir, Wild buffalo in Bangladesh is really very rear, as far as i know only wild buffalo found at Nijhum Dip (Its an Island of Bay of Bengal) in Bangladesh. So mainly this Island is a tourist place, there is no wild animal like tiger or something like that. Spotted deer is the main animal there cape buffalo's are also found, but in small number.

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