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    Default Barking Deer in Himalayas

    The Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary was set up in 1915 in the Darjeeling District of West Bengal, India. I have spotted here Barking Deer in three times during the summer trip. The elevation of this sanctuary ranges from 1,500 to 2,600 m, having rich bird diversity.
    Date - 15/04/2017
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    600 mm/ f/8, 1/1000s, iso 6400
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    Nice sighting at Senchal. Nice pose and colours. Good Take. Thanks for sharing. saktiWild

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saktipada Panigrahi View Post
    Nice sighting at Senchal. Nice pose and colours. Good Take. Thanks for sharing. saktiWild
    Thanks for the comment

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    Nice pose, giving a look of surprise from uphill. Is this population form the norther boundary for Indian Muntjac. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subhash Shrivastava View Post
    Nice pose, giving a look of surprise from uphill. Is this population form the norther boundary for Indian Muntjac. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for the comment....I dont exactly known about the northern limit....

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    Good to see a barking deer from Senchal WLS. Unfortunately the details have been wiped out and it looks like an image shot with a mobile phone. It is important to try and reduce the noise while shooting and if required then slight noise reduction during post processing. If there is a decision to be made between noise and details, for me details will always win. No question about that. Thanks for sharing.

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    The surpise look is nicely captured. Agree more details would have enhanced the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely find. Agree with Sabyasachi - don't wipe out the noise too much. Noisy details are much better than no details.

    Subhash ji - This won't be the northernmost limit. I'm guessing that would be somewhere in or near Uttarakhand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    Good to see a barking deer from Senchal WLS. Unfortunately the details have been wiped out and it looks like an image shot with a mobile phone. It is important to try and reduce the noise while shooting and if required then slight noise reduction during post processing. If there is a decision to be made between noise and details, for me details will always win. No question about that. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi
    It is my fault.....I did not sharp image due to wrong camera function

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    The surpise look is nicely captured. Agree more details would have enhanced the composition further. Thanks for sharing.
    thanks for your comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abhishek Jamalabad View Post
    Lovely find. Agree with Sabyasachi - don't wipe out the noise too much. Noisy details are much better than no details.

    Subhash ji - This won't be the northernmost limit. I'm guessing that would be somewhere in or near Uttarakhand?
    thanks for your comment

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